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ការស្រាវជ្រាវនិងរបាយការណ៍

Children and adolescents are key drivers for the development and economic future of Cambodia. Despite this, children’s participation in policymaking and decisions that impact them has been limited, and entrenched gender norms have prohibited...

The Accelerating Sign Language in Cambodia project (ASLC) focused on an innovative way to deliver Cambodian Sign Language education to children with hearing impairments living in the Bakan district of Pursat province. This was done through the...

In communities where stunting is common, families do not recognize poor growth or attribute it to genetics and believe that nothing can be done. This case study highlights the application, results and recommendations of the Length Mat, a non...

The number of children suffering from malnutrition in Cambodia has decreased in recent years. However, the rate of progress remains slow and continues to threaten the development of human capital in the country. Malnutrition does not only...

Unlocking Cambodia's Future

2019 - Public Investment in Children

This report represents six priority areas for investment in child rights that can overcome these two key obstacles of inequality and rapidly changing context. Identified as “game changers”, they represent significant shifts in the...

Family Care First|REACT, facilitated by Save the Children, is a multi-donor supported network of organizations working together to support children in Cambodia to live in safe, nurturing family-based care. FCF|REACT works collaboratively with the...

Hope for the Future: Cambodia

2019 - Cross-thematic

This is a press release for the Hope for the Future Event, in Cambodia, to celebrate the 100 years anniversary of Save the Children.

NOURISH Project: Endline survey report

2019 - Health and Nutrition

The aim of this report is to document the findings of the NOURISH Project end-line survey. The survey documents changes in levels of knowledge, behaviors and environmental factors to assess project performance and outcomes through comparison with...

Good Soil Good Fruit: Nurturing Cambodia's youngest

2019 - Early Childhood Care and Development

Early Childhood Development (ECD) can be understood as a process that starts at conception and continues through around the age of 8 years old. During this critical period the foundational architecture of the brain is constructed, as children...

Save the Children and partner NGOs issued a joint statement to commend the strong actions of the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Ministry of Health to protect the health and well-being of Cambodian children on the 11th and 12th of February...