Welcome to TPO Cambodia
The Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation Cambodia (TPO Cambodia) was established in Cambodia in February 1995 as a branch of the Netherlands based NGO “TPO International”. After being registered in 2000 as independent local NGO, “TPO Cambodia” is today the leading Cambodian NGO in the field of mental health and psychosocial interventions. It is TPO’s mission “to support those who are unable to care for themselves due to mental illness, poverty and lack of support by developing programmes that directly benefit people at the grassroots level, by improving their mental health and thereby increase their ability to care for themselves and their families”.
Leitner Center’s Annual Human Rights Award
Congratulation to Dr. Chhim Sotheara and TPO Cambodia for receiving the Leitner Center’s Annual Human Rights Award for 2012.
The Human Rights Award was conferred on Dr. Chhim Sotheara, Executive Director of TPO Cambodia, by the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School in New York City, USA. The Award recognizes the exceptional work of Dr. Sotheara and his team at TPO Cambodia in working to address the needs and rights of those suffering from poor mental health in Cambodia. This Human Rights Award encourages Dr. Sotheara and TPO Cambodia to continue to strive toward helping Cambodians achieve the highest attainable standard of mental health and to better their quality of life.
TPO Cambodia and its Board of Directors would like to thank the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice for this invaluable award.
Certificate of Compliance
The NGO Good Practice Project aims to promote professionalism and good practice in NGOs in Cambodia. On 23 September 2011, TPO and various other agencies were awarded the NGO Good Practice Certificates for meeting the standards in the Code of Ethical Principles and Minimum Standards for NGOs in Cambodia.
Launching of Survey Reports on Mental Health in Cambodia on 07 December 2012, at 8-12am, in Sunway Hotel, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Slowly growing systematic research on mental health in Cambodia provides impressive evidence of the prevalence of psychiatric disorders following the devastations of the Khmer Rouge period, in the surviving, but also the...
"Asia Regional Meeting in Cambodia on Approaches to Preventing Torture”, 5-8 November 2012, Phnom Penh
The International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT), SACH, Pakistan, and Transcultural Psychosocial Organization Cambodia (TPO), are jointly organizing the Asia Regional Meeting in Cambodia on Approaches to...
See article from Thursday, 11 October 2012 by Rosa Ellen: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012101159247/National-news/women-tell-their-pain-under-the-khmer-rouge.html
The 36th episode of “Facing Justice”, the weekly TV program on Case 002 before the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, which airs on CTN every Monday at 3:00 pm, features interviews with Pov Maline (TPO Counselor) and Dr. Muny Sothara...
TPO's Research Coordinator Taing Sopheap was interviewed by a Phnom Penh Post journalist about prolonged grief among Khmer Rouge...