Cambodia - Serey Puth - Asian Orphans Association (AOA)

Serey Puth ran Asian Orphans Association orphanage as well as several 'clinics'. He claimed the children in his orphanage were 'abandoned' in local villages.  However, several mothers accused the organization of offering them money for their children,  taking their babies, and/or refusing to return their children after temporary care. After a raid, some children were determined to belong to local women and were returned.
Date: 2001-09-14
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Location

Kok Prich, Phnom Penh
Cambodia
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US adoption agent guilty of visa fraud2003-12-19
Few babies 'abandoned' since moratorium: orphanages2002-08-02
Where Do Babies Come From? 2002-06-16
Orphanage awarded custody 2002-04-26
Baby traffic witnesses recant 2002-03-15
Cambodia suspends all US adoptions 2002-02-01
ABUSES RELATED TO THE INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION PROCESS IN CAMBODIA2002-01-01
Waiting for baby's first visa 2001-12-29
Adoptions 'like selling goods' - Foreign Minister 2001-12-07
Adoptions still on - embassy 2001-11-23
Give back your kids, parents told 2001-10-26
Adoptions to US put on hold 2001-10-26
Twist in legal fight 2001-10-26
Adoption figures don't tally2001-10-12
Suspected covert adoption center uncovered2001-09-14
Tourism officials quit ministry to run adoption business 2000-06-09
Donor letter to ROTIA
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Location

Pound Pup Legacy