Khmer Health Advocates (KHA) is an organization created to ensure appropriate access to healthcare is available to the Cambodian American survivors of the Khmer Rouge genocide, along with their families. Based in West Hartford, CT, KHA provides treatment for those living in Southern New England, as well as advocating for survivors nationwide.
The National Cambodian Town Hall Meeting held on April 17, 2006 marked the first national meeting of members of the Cambodian community in the 31 years since refugees first arrived from Cambodia. This meeting was held using videoconferencing technology in five sites across the United States. The host site was the Cambodian Heritage Museum and … Continue reading 2006 – NCAHI Town Hall Meeting
KHA provides treatment for those living in Southern New England, as well as advocating for survivors nationwide.