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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.

Thursday 7 July 2016

Building schools for EveryLastChild

The Cambodian government has formally thanked Save the Children Norway for its contribution to restoring Cambodia’s education system after the destruction of the Khmer Rouge regime.

Wednesday 8 June 2016

Khvan Cheal Primary School Inauguration

“We are proud of our achievements so far, but the work does not stop here,” insisted Elizabeth Pearce. “We will continue to work with the Ministry of Education until together we have guaranteed a high-quality education for every child in Cambodia, including those living in the most remote areas.”

Thursday 2 June 2016

Responding to Water Shortages in Cambodia

All of Cambodia's 25 provinces are currently facing water shortages as a result of the worst drought in decades. The drought began in June last year and is linked to the severe El Nino weather phenomenon.

Monday 23 May 2016

Save the Children distributes drought relief items to 55 rural schools

“In some areas children must walk up to 5 km in temperatures over 40 degrees Celsius to collect water,” said Ms. Elizabeth Pearce, Save the Children’s Country Director.

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