While holding a poster on Information for Citizens which he had been presenting to communities, a Community Accountability Facilitator, Yim Soksan, told us about his achievements since starting this role in mid-2016.
Mrs. Moa Tep smiles as she sits on a wooden bed and discusses her family life, and her activities in the parenting group in Save the Children’s early childhood care and development (ECCD) project in her community. Tep is 28 years old and is an industrious young mother with three daughters.
New report highlights the risk of exclusion for young Cambodian mothers and children
A dramatic increase in the number of teenage mothers in Cambodia is putting the wellbeing of some of the nation’s youngest children at risk, says Save the Children.
This booklet demonstrates important successes that Save the Children and local non-governmental organization partners (PSOD, WP, and WOMEN) contributed to the Cambodian government in order to improve citizens’ awareness on rights, relevant standards, open budgets, and performance evaluations of the three services. The most significant change stories within this publication is a reflection of the service and commitment of the service providers to respond to the basic needs of citizens, youth, and children.