Damnok Toek ("Drop of water" in English and "Goutte d’eau" in French) is a Cambodian organization working with vulnerable children and their families.
Damnok Toek (Goutte d'eau)'s main goals are:
Prevention of child abuse, substance abuse and child trafficking/unsafe migration (internal and cross-border trafficking)
Rehabilitation of under-aged substance abusers and traumatized children
Integration of neglected children and street children into Cambodian society through formal education (public school) and informal education (non formal education programmes and vocational training)
Reintegration of trafficked or runaway children into their culture, their villages, and if possible their families of origin.
Our purpose is to ensure a sustainable reintegration of the children into their families and to prepare them for an independent life.
Damnok Toek (Goutte d'eau) has programmes in 3 different locations in Cambodia - Poipet, Neak Loueng and Phnom Penh - 900 children benefit from more than 12 different projects on a daily basis.
Damnok Toek is a non-religious, non-political, non-profit and non-discriminatory non-governmental organization. However, local religious, cultural and historical traditions are respected and integrated into the everyday work. The organization does not exclude influences from other cultures if there is a gain for the programme.