Cambodia - misc trafficking articles case

 
Chan Vanna (center) persuaded Eng Ny (left) her to sell her baby to WOVA

Articles about adoption trafficking in Cambodia
Facilitators listed include baby finders and others involved in the child location process
See also Vietnamese and Cambodian infants trafficked to China case
Date: 1990-01-01
Number of children:

Facilitators

Persons: Pich Chanda, Don Phan, Hem Dany aka Hem Sokdavy aka Mom, Chan Vanna, Daniel Susott, Harriet Brener-Sam, Serey Puth, unnamed American man, unnamed Cambodian NGO woman and a Belgian man

Location

Phnom Penh
Cambodia
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Cambodia's Stolen Babies2006-07-01
ASSESSING U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL REGULATION OF INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE CAMBODIAN TRAFFICKING SCANDAL 2005-01-07
Babies-for-sale trade faces a global crackdown2004-11-21
Whose Kids Are They?2004-01-19
Babies for sale: no warranty2003-12-16
International adoptions to be 'a last resort'2003-07-04
Treasured or Traded?2002-06-22
Where Do Babies Come From? 2002-06-16
Adoptive parents tell of agency's deception 2002-02-15
Waiting for baby's first visa 2001-12-29
Vietnamese infant can come to U.S. INS refused to issue visa for adopted boy 2001-12-23
Adoptions 'like selling goods' - Foreign Minister 2001-12-07
U.S. Interrupts Cambodian Adoptions2001-11-05
Adoptions to US put on hold 2001-10-26
Adoption figures don't tally2001-10-12
In poverty-stricken, devastated Cambodia, parents sell babies to buy food 2001-02-03
Red Cross offers babies for adoption 2000-09-29
Big bribes key to US baby-buying 2000-08-18
Babies bought for sale to foreigners2000-05-26
Foreign adoptions feared out of control 1996-06-28
Adoptions: Saving lives or selling young souls?1996-06-28
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