AHC Celebrates 20 Years of Advancing Paediatric Healthcare

Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) marks 20 years of providing high quality, compassionate care to Cambodia’s children – and in the process, changing the face of healthcare in the country. click here for more information


Paving the Way in Pediatric Nursing Through Curriculum Design

At 46 years of age, with several successful businesses beneath his belt, Claude Rochon decided to attend university for the first time. Rochon, who had worked as a plumber for 30 years, switched professions andRead the full story


Sreymom heads to Oxford University for Master’s degree

AHC’s Sreymom Pol has started an exciting professional and personal journey – she is about to study a Master’s degree at Oxford University in the United Kingdom. Sreymom, a researcher in the Cambodia Oxford MedicalRead the full story


Sharing skills to protect children

Learning from Singapore It’s been a busy few months for AHC Senior Social Worker Sorn Sokchea, who has travelled internationally and locally to upgrade skills and share knowledge about social work practices. Sokchea was oneRead the full story


Friends re-unite as volunteers at AHC

Usaphea Vanna and Rada Khann are friends. They studied at the same school in Pork District, about 15 kilometres from Siem Reap where Rada was one year ahead of Usaphea . Both girls applied forRead the full story


George shares trauma experience with AHC staff

Curiosity and an interest in people’s lives led George Sachs to pursue a career in psychology, eventually finishing a masters and doctorate to become a clinical child psychologist. “Meeting with a patient is like readingRead the full story


AHC hosts Tropical Paediatrics course

Participants from around the globe took part in AHC’s two-day Tropical Paediatrics course on June 21st and 22nd. They had taken part in the Asian Clinical Tropical Medicine course at Mahidol University in Bangkok beforeRead the full story


AHC has new study published about antimicrobial resistance and the neonatal unit

Smit P, Stoesser N, Pol S, van Kleef E, Oonsivilai M, Tan P, et al. Transmission patterns of hyper-endemic multi-drug resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae in a Cambodian neonatal unit: a longitudinal study with whole genome sequencing.Read the full story