Matriarchal Country – Girls and Education in Cambodia

Girls and Education in Cambodia

Throughout history, Cambodia has always been considered to be a Matriarchal Society, in which females, especially mothers, have the central roles of political leadership, moral authority, and control of property. The first ever ruler of Cambodia, Liu Ye, was a woman and her matriarchal leadership is reflected in many terms found in the Kmer language. […]

How can I help people living with injustice in Cambodia?

Artist making jewellery from bombshell for Kroma

Hello dear readers! This is first blog I have ever written and thank you for reading it. I would like to take this opportunity to briefly tell you bit of my life’s story and why I am here with you.   I had been working with anti-human trafficking in Cambodia for six years and I […]

Schools – Making A Difference

We want to make a difference to the world. If schools want to make a difference in the world, they can do so by buying Fair Trade Products support the work of Kroma who in turn ensure that people suffering from injustice are liberated from the hurts and cares of the world. Where injustice reigns, […]