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Bringing Hope to the Children of Cambodia with the Cloud

Microsoft News 5/14/2018 Microsoft Citizenship Asia Pacific
Cambodia, Siem Reap, portrait of school children taken from above. © Anthony ASAEL/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Cambodia, Siem Reap, portrait of school children taken from above.

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Child abuse and trafficking remains a serious social issue in Cambodia, with an estimated 1.2 million children trafficked every year—and a fifth of these victims sexually exploited.

Hoping to bring an end to this is the Child Protection Unit (CPU), a joint operation between the Cambodian Children’s Fund and Cambodia National Police. Its work involves providing assistance in the investigation of crimes committed against children, training local police officers in investigative techniques, and supporting victims and their families in the recovery journey.

Information and collaboration are key in all aspects of its daily work—which was why CPU chose to deploy Office 365 when looking to improve their operations.

Watch the video below to find out how the cloud-based tools equipped CPU officers with the ability to access information and collaborate on the go, empowering them to bring hope to more children and families across Cambodia.


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