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Wednesday 14 September 2016

Learning about Nutrition with “Curious Chenda”

Children from six to 23 months need protein to grow up healthy and strong, yet few young children in Cambodia eat protein every day. To help children and families learn about appropriate nutrition, ...

Wednesday 7 September 2016

More Power with a Small Fish Powder

To help children grow well, USAID and Feed the Future’ NOURISH Project led by Save the Children identified and tested a local sustainable solution: fish powder made from small rice-field fish.

Friday 19 August 2016

From Farmer to Lokru (respected teacher): Becoming a Community Accountability Facilitator

“The first time I trained other villagers, I was nervous and sweated in front of all the people,” Sophannara recalls.

Monday 8 August 2016

Vocational Training Gives Hope

Hands tainted with engine oil while repairing a motorbike, Chan Sothea, 18 years old, shares his experience of growing up in Choeung Ek commune, a slum area of Phnom Penh. “Now, I am happy to be trained as a motorbike repairer and I want to run my own shop”, Sothea says.

Thursday 7 July 2016

Reaching Cambodia’s Every Last Child Living in Khvan Cheal Village Sre Cha Commune, Snoul District, Kratie Province

To ensure every child has an equal opportunity to survive and benefit from access to health care, education, nutrition and protection, regardless of who they are or where they live, Save the Children in Cambodia has launched a series of campaign activities throughout 2016 calling on decision makers in the country to allocate more resources and to ensure that the resources benefit children living in remote areas, particularly those who are left behind.

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