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As UNHCR statistics generally rely on data from host countries, statistics on refugees alone can give an insufficient account of refugee numbers, as some host countries will not grant refugee status to certain groups. Including statistics for individuals in refugee-like situations is an attempt to account for unrecognised refugees and does not include internally displaced persons. Statistics for stateless refugees are included if available.
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#18-D, Street 568, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh
Email: jrscambodiagmail [dot] com (Refugee Program)
Email: cambanlmcmgmail [dot] com (Campaign to Ban Land Mines and Cluster Munitions)
JRS Cambodia has an urban refugee program that provides legal and social assistance to asylum seekers and refugees who are present in Cambodia. JRS has assisted individuals from Afghanistan, Iraq, China, Iran, Vietnam, the African continent, Pakistan and Burma. Legal assistance is provided and includes drafting statements, submissions and general advocacy throughout the refugee status determination process to the Royal Cambodian Government. Social workers care for asylum seekers including those from ethnic minority, identify suitable accommodation, and access to education for children, as well as other services to assist with local integration. JRS Cambodia is also involved in broader advocacy and human rights networks, and is a leader in the international campaign to ban land mines and cluster munitions.
Khmer Krom Human Rights Association (KKHRA)
43EE0, street 430, Sangkat Phsar Deum Thkov, Khan Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh
Tel: +85 52 39 93 486
Email: chanrith [dot] anggmail [dot] com or chanrith_angmailyahoo [dot] com
Contact: ANG Chanrith, Executive Director
The Khmer Krom Human Rights Association provides legal aid services to refugees and representation for refugees seeking asylum, those in detention or facing criminal charges. As well as providing general information, KKHRA also prepare individuals for refugee status determination interviews, assist with documentation preparation, and provide representation at UNHCR. They will make referrals to other NGOs where appropriate, and can also provide assistance with social services and education for refugees. Khmer Krom Human Rights Association (KKHRA) is a member of the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network.
Minority Rights Organization (MIRO)
House 05, Street 69, Village 2, Sangkat Boeung Tom Pon, Khan Meanchey, Cambodia
Tel: +855 23 538 1777 or 11 919 979
Email: miro [dot] cambodiagmail [dot] com
Contact person: SOURN Butmao, Executive Director
Email: directormirocambodia [dot] org
The Minority Rights Organization (MIRO) seeks to strengthen vulnerable minority communities in Cambodia including the Khmer Krom who have escaped from southern Vietnam. The MIRO considers human rights awareness, legal aid, empowerment initiatives and capacity building to be of utmost importance to establish viable living conditions and bring about a sustainable improvement to the economic and social integration. MIRO strives to promote and defend the human rights, social and economic prosperity with needs-based projects, advocacy activities as well as public and media relation activities. MIRO was founded by a group of Cambodian experts who have years of experience of minority rights issues.
Number 11 Eo, Street 282, Boeung Keng Kang 12302, Phnom Penh, Cambodia PO Box 2562
Tel: +85 52 37 21 935
Fax: +85 52 39 87 735
Mobile: +85 51 24 21 242
Email: nora_ockendenonline [dot] com [dot] kh or ockenden [dot] sisoonline [dot] com [dot] kh
Contact details for regional offices are on their website
Provides support to returnees including vocational training, support to raise cattle, ‘rice banks’, literacy support and assistance in setting up self-help groups and community projects.