Our Partners

Working in partnership is central to Save the Children’s Theory of Change, and to the organisation’s mission to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

Save the Children defines Partnership as a long-term relationship between two or more organisations/institutions with a mutually agreed set of principles and accountabilities, working towards defined objectives that facilitate lasting change for children.

In Cambodia, SCI is working in close collaboration with a variety of key actors in order to realise the rights of children, including the government at national and sub-national levels, civil society organisations, media, child and youth led groups, research institutions and academia, development partners, and UN agencies. We implement a combination of emergency and development programmes across five thematic areas:

  1. Child Rights Governance;
  2. Child Protection;
  3. Child Poverty;
  4. Education; and
  5. Health and Nutrition;