Tara Winkler's Book "How (not) to start an orphanage by a woman who did"

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Tara Winkler's Book "How (not) to start an orphanage by a woman who did"

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Tara Winkler is the Managing Director of the Cambodian Children's Trust (CCT) which she established with Jedtha Pon in 2007 in order to rescue fourteen children from a corrupt and abusive orphanage. In 2015 PROJECT FUTURES partnered with the Cambodian Children's Trust which became our fourth Impact Partner. We believe it is vital to support not only victims of human trafficking but as we grow expand our reach to those at most at risk in order to prevent them from being trafficked, exploited or be taken away from their families and be put into an orphanage. 

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Tara Winkler is the Managing Director of the Cambodian Children's Trust (CCT) which she established with Jedtha Pon in 2007 in order to rescue fourteen children from a corrupt and abusive orphanage.

In 2015 PROJECT FUTURES partnered with the Cambodian Children's Trust which became our fourth Impact Partner. We believe it is vital to support not only victims of human trafficking but as we grow expand our reach to those at most at risk in order to prevent them from being trafficked, exploited or be taken away from their families and be put into an orphanage. 

Tara is a zealous leader that has led CCT through a number of significant organisational changes, including the closure of the initial CCT orphanage in favour of a holistic model of programs and services to help Cambodian families escape poverty, while ensuring family preservation. Tara now speaks out against the spread of orphanages in developing countries, caused by the good intentions of foreign donors, and of harm that comes to children when they are separated from family and left to grow up in institutions. 

In 2011 Tara was awarded NSW Young Australian of the Year in recognition of her work with CCT, she has been featured twice on Australian Story and her first book, How (Not) to Start an Orphanage, is being published in April 2016.