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FAILURE - In 2006 the August 21 issue of the Cambodia Daily reported that this individual we believed to be a child sex offender Karl Heinz Henning, then 61, was arrested in Phnom Penh. Four girls aged 10, 11, 13 and 14 were saved from his rented apartment - screen shot of channel News Asia NGO documentary

 

FAILURE - Customers of Cambodian virgins think it will make them more virile, healthier and wealthier - Virginity Trade screen shot photo

 

THE PENNILESS - In the documentary Red Light this mother tells Somaly Mam that she would sell her daughter into child sex slavery again and receive only $10 a month for her daughters sexual services - Red Light screen shot - photo

 

TRANSPARENT - The Don Bosco restaurant school teaches the students the restaurant business and how to make ice cream. This is a photo of their staff and their Italian instructor at one of their restaurants in Sihanoukville featuring home made Italian gelato ice cream - - www.nationalradio.com photo James Loving

 

Don Bosco's journalism program has produced positive results. Cambodia's largest English language newspaper the Cambodia Daily has hired two of the schools graduates - www.nationalradio.com photo James Loving

 

TRANSPARENT - The Don Bosco School's hotel restaurant featuring Italian Gelato ice cream is located in the center of Sihanoukville town. The program teaches hygiene and etiquette as well as how to prepare and serve food - www.nationalradio.com photo James Loving

 

TRANSPARENT - The Don Bosco school hotel restaurant at their Sihanoukville campus - www.nationalradio.com photo James Loving

 

 

 

 

 

James Loving - National Radio Text Service

 

 

What NGO's fail to disclose is that 90% of the child sex industry in Cambodia is supported by Khmer and Asian customers therefore NOTHING IS BEING STOPPED. As the beat goes on children continue to be abused by Asians that created the child sex industry in the region which has been entrenched in their culture for centuries. It raises the MOST IMPORTANT question what is the anti child sex trafficking donor money being used for?

 

Saturday, April 30, 2016

WHERE'S THE MONEY?

The practice of NGO's using abused children as bait to raise donor money is one of the biggest con games that are widespread in Southeast Asia. Cambodia seems to gain the most attention with numerous reports on the child sex industry being used as bait to attract donor funding and raise television ratings.

In reality NGO's tell half truths to enhance their fund raising campaigns. The most misused claim is that they are raising money to STOP CHILD SEX EXPLOITATION. What they fail to reveal is that in Cambodia 15-years of age is the age of consent. NGO'S embrace the CIA aka US Embassy in Cambodia in sending someone from the US to take an American child sex offender back to the USA to serve a jail term.

What they fail to disclose is that 90% of the child sex industry in Cambodia is supported by Khmer and Asian customers therefore NOTHING IS BEING STOPPED as the beat goes on children continue to be abused by Asians that created the child sex industry in the region which has been entrenched in their culture for centuries.

It raises the MOST IMPORTANT question what is the anti child sex trafficking donor money being used for? We have been paying attention to this subject for 25 years and there is a growth using this subject in order to provide them jobs and donor funding while they fail to live up to their claim that they are going to STOP CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING.

Priority is given to NGO staff salaries and per-dium. Priority is then given to administration. One NGO which is funded by the Gates Foundation used some of their funding to rent a house BY THE BEACH in the coastal town of Sihanoukville. They since have moved on.

Even CNN made a report regarding an USA based NGO in Arizona that was raising money for American War Veterans, spent 99% of millions of dollars raised for ADMINISTRATION. A CNN investigative reporter chased the older looking woman in charge, around on camera, to get her response and she repeatedly kept ducking his questions while running away.

Roughly 10 years ago we conversed with an Australian NGO staffer who was incensed that we brought up the subject of how NGO's waste money on themselves and ignore the cause for which the funds were being raised. She then boasted that her NGO only spent 55% on administration.

Most recently we encountered a well known NGO in Siem Reap with children in there care that had a dead end future after they became of age to be responsible for themselves. We expressed how horrible the food was in Siem Reap and that those preparing the meals had no or little training.

We noted what an excellent cooking program the Don Bosco School in Sihanoukville provided as well as having two restaurants where the students could have a job gain experience, develop their skills and foreigners could have a place to dine on well prepared and tasty Western food and deserts.

The Siem Reap NGO boss said she was going to Sihanoukville on business for three days and wanted contact and location information so she could visit those businesses and meet with those in charge with the purpose of experiencing and learning how to implement that type of cooking, chef program at her NGO.

We spent a day searching for contact phone numbers, locations and photos to assist her. When she returned we asked who she met and what she learned from the information that we provided.

The reply was shocking. She then informed us that she didn't meet or go to the school and any of the restaurants. Instead she said she took 270 of her NGO children and staff for a three day holiday at the beach.

As we computed the expense of what that must cost to transport, house and feed that many people the first thought that came to mind was it was EXPENSIVE. The second thought was that money would have been best spent to establish a cooking school at their NGO so those children who mature and must leave her care would have a skill that would enable them to be employed.

The NGO sells itself as caring for children that have HIV or AIDS. That is not the truth as those without those diseases outnumber those that do.

When you meet and talk to some of these NGO staffers you can walk away thinking that they have shit for brains. In one encounter we talked to a Khmer NGO staffer who complained that she was treated poorly when she took one of the children in her NGO's care for treatment at the Kantha Bopha hospital. When it was proposed that she pay she became annoyed feeling that the treatment should be free.

We then pointed out that having done a story on the founder of the hospital Dr Beat Richner we understood his position that the purpose of the facility was to give FREE health care to the indigent population of Cambodia. We explained that since her NGO raised millions of dollars in donor funding that she had the money to pay something for the treatment.

In contrast we know of a young Khmer couple who don't have millions of donor funding dollars that took their sick daughter to Kantha Bopha. The child was so sick that she had to spend a couple of days in the hospital. The middle income (by Khmer standards) parents paid $50 for the treatment.

The point then becomes why can't an NGO boss pay something when she has millions of dollars in donor funding to pay for the chare of the children under her charge. Why would she think that she should ride on the coattails of the really underprivileged children whose parents live on $10 a month from selling their children into the child sex industry or a dollar a day?

On another occasion we met a Khmer lady that worked for a charity funded by a Baptist church in the USA in the state of Oklahoma. She was based in a Cambodian province. When she used all of the money that was donated to a project that she was in charge of she was criticized by other NGO Khmer staff. They told her THAT IF YOU DON'T STEAL YOU WON'T BE RICH.

The criticism annoyed her. She then related that the head of the church has purchased several large farms in various provinces throughout Cambodia. The questions are did the money come from and what was his salary and per-diem? One NGO boss boasted to foreigners that he took $300 a day in per-diem which is food for thought.

The good news is the use of donor funding at the Don Bosco School is transparent. A tourist of visitor can see the facilities, eat at their restaurants, stay at their hotel and deal with the student recipients and experience the results of their training. They are prepared to fend for themselves in the adult world with skills to obtain a decent job. In contrast we can't identify with one anti child sex trafficking NGO that is totally transparent. They are cloaked in secrecy which raises red flags regarding their use of donor funding.

Students from the school have an opportunity to learn skills that can qualify them for jobs at a high level. The Cambodia Daily has hired two Don Bosco journalism graduates who have received praise for their work by the two editors who hired them former editor Kevin Doyle and the current editor Colin Meyn.

The Daily is responsible for reporting the NGO anti child sex trafficking fraud by the Somaly Mam Foundation in May 2014.

For many NGO's it's about the money for those that run these organizations to pay themselves. The children are usually that last priority as they are simply tools for fundraising.

In 2004 we alerted IOM regarding someone we suspected of abusing children who was in Sihanoukville. We also contacted the FBI in Bangkok regarding the same individual who we believed was with the FBI's Most Wanted criminal Whitey Bulger. Our concern was ignored.

The FBI claimed that they had no office in Cambodia at that time but would open one the following year. In 2006 the August 21 issue of the Cambodia Daily reported that this individual we believed to be a child sex offender Karl Heinz Henning, then 61, was arrested in Phnom Penh. Four girls aged 10, 11, 13 and 14 were saved from his rented apartment.

The IOM boss claimed that he paid himself $3,000 a month. The question is was he worth it. He has since departed the organization.

The bigger questions are how many children were abused during the two years from the time we alerted the NGO and the FBI... how many children could have been SAVED?

Another recent story that was televised on Channel News Asia was an NGO raising money to save exploited children has taken some of that funding to establish a police force rather than using it for the children in his care. The use to form a police force using donor funding is not explained on their web site.

This money is going towards hiring foreigners to do the job of Cambodian authorities. It is pointless since as we mentioned earlier Khmer and Asians are accountable for being 90% of the customers as pointed out in the filmed documentary The Virginity Trade.

Much of NGO funding comes from USAID which Hillary Clinton claimed during her misuse of email investigation before congress that they request $1 BILLION a year of the governments $100 BILLION budget.

What the public doesn't know is how NGO funding is spent. When we were in China in 2011 an NGO boss stated on a telecast that he PUBLISHED HIS NGO'S BUDGET ON THE INTERNET.

That is a GOOD IDEA and should be REQUIRED for ALL NGO's. If they can't be transparent then they shouldn't be funded. SIMPLE ENOUGH?

 


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