|Impact Stories Booklet||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. ||03/04/2019||13MB|
|Joint Statement on the Enforcement of Sub-Decree 133 ||Save the Children and other 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 2019 against two separate companies found violating Cambodia Sub-Decree 133. The Sub-Decree plays a critical role in promoting and protecting the nutrition and health of children in Cambodia though monitoring and restricting the advertising, marketing and labeling of infant and young child feeding products, including infant formula and other breastmilk substitutes.||28/02/2019||573KB|
|Child Rights in the Tonle Sap Report||This report explores the experiences of children in the Tonle Sap region. It is a broad ranging study of families and children's lives with regards to Save the Children's five key thematic areas: Education, Child Protection, Health and Nutrition, Child Poverty and Child Rights Governance. ||24/10/2018||5MB|
|Adolescent pregnancy in Cambodia's northeast||LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering To Save Lives Project.
An increase in teenage pregnancy among Cambodia’s adolescents, particularly
in the northeast, has raised questions and concern for health, social and
economic outcomes for young women and their newborns.||16/07/2018||452KB|
|Lessons learned from a partnership approach||LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project.
Partnering to Save Lives involved the Cambodian and Australian governments
and non-governmental organisations as equal partners. The strengths and
limitations of this approach provide guidance for others.||16/07/2018||191KB|
|Enabling inclusive health education and care ||LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project.
Women with disabilities experience barriers to reproductive, maternal and
newborn health in Cambodia. Inclusive approaches can enable these women to
access relevant health education and responsive care.||16/07/2018||461KB|
|PSL directory: helping workers reach appropriate care||LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project.
A detailed referral directory in garment factories is helping workers reach
reproductive, maternal and newborn health services with the right person, place
and price to suit their needs||16/07/2018||441KB|
|Village Saving and Loans Associations||LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project.
Out of pocket expenses can prevent access to important health services. Village
Savings and Loans Associations help communities to save in advance to improve
access to care and enable stronger livelihoods for their families.||09/07/2018||261KB|
|Community referral systems: Catalysing client journeys||LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project.
Community referral systems enable timely utilisation of healthcare services.
Partnering to Save Lives’ periodic snapshot surveys show the importance of
community referral systems upon health seeking behaviours.||09/07/2018||258KB|
|Community health volunteers: Bridging the gap||LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project.
Community volunteers help to increase reproductive, maternal and newborn
health knowledge in communities and promote timely service utilisation.||09/07/2018||498KB|