Cambodian Women’s Development Agency

Peer Education

Peer education is highly valued by CWDA as a form of child trafficking prevention. We not only teach our educators about trafficking but also about law, domestic and gender violence, sanitation, nutrition and the importance of healthcare.
CWDA instructs children and young people aged 12 to 17 to be peer educators who then spread information about the dangers of trafficking to their friends in school and in the community.

The peer education concept is highly valued by CWDA as a form of child trafficking prevention. It is a powerful means of disseminating information through the exertion of positive peer pressure and allows young people to make informed decisions about the challenges they face. 

In addition to training our peer educators about trafficking we also teach them about the law, domestic and gender violence, sanitation, nutrition and the importance of healthcare.

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