2013 – a year of highlights for AHC

December 2013 │ Cambodia

In 2013, Deutsche Bank continued its partnership with Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) in Siem Reap, sponsoring surgeries for children from multiple locations across Cambodia. In the early part of the year, around 22 Deutsche Bank staff volunteers from ten countries in Asia spent a couple of days adding fresh coats of paint and murals to the walls of AHC to bring cheer to the patients.

The past year was a busy and exciting one for all at AHC. From opening a new Neonate Unit to training over 1,000 healthcare workers from all over Cambodia, AHC continued to grow while remaining focused on quality and compassionate care. 2013 saw the highest number of medical treatments provided to children, with more than 150,000 children treated. The same year saw AHC reaching a milestone to become an international Non-Government Organisation incorporated in Hong Kong, the USA and Cambodia.



2014 will mark the 15th anniversary of AHC. Deutsche Bank is privileged to work with AHC to make a change to the children's lives, and looks forward to a deeper engagement with AHC in 2014.



AHC founded with the belief that every child has the right to a healthy and loving life. Since 1999, over 1,000,000 children have been treated by AHC and even more connected through various programmes. Along with providing quality health care to children in Cambodia, AHC is a training site for improving the skills of health care workers. In 2005, AHC was officially recognised as Cambodia’s first teaching hospital, one of only two in the country. Read more about AHC at http://angkorhospital.org/


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