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COVID-19 poses a serious threat to a country’s development, particularly in the education sector. In partnership with CARE International, and as part of Cambodia’s GPE-funded COVID-19 Accelerating Funding Response and Recovery programme, UNICEF...

Interviews with over 15,000 respondents assess the impact of school closures on student learning and the multidimensional impacts of COVID-19 on teachers, children and their parents. The Royal Government of Cambodia took the decision to close all...

A year after- as the world still grapples with COVID-19, children and families' lives are being turned upside down with devastating impacts on children and their rights. From health systems are being overwhelmed, economies are sliding down, and...

The livelihoods assessment will support the design of a child-sensitive livelihood assistance program to prompt livelihoods restoration and prevent, or reduce, the use of negative coping strategies, which are potentially harmful for children. The...

Save the Children is overseeing two projects that contribute towards similar objectives related to family-based care: the EU-funded Responsive and Effective Child Welfare Systems Transformation (REACT) and the USAID-funded Family Care First (FCF)...

This report presents a combination of results and includes both a Baseline study for key indicators, as well as post-distribution monitoring for indicators related to the cash transfer component of the program. The results of the Baseline (+PDM)...

Family Care First (FCF) and Responsive and Effective Child Welfare Systems Transformation (REACT), facilitated by Save the Children, is a multi-donor supported network of organizations working together to support children to live in safe,...

In response to the devastating floods and heavy rainfall experienced in Cambodia in late September 2020, caused by tropical storms Nangka and Saudel, Save the Children, funded by ECHO, Save the Children Korea (SCK) and the organisation’s Children...

This study focuses on children with diverse Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/Expression (SOGIE) and employs qualitative methods. Therefore, it does not aim to generalize findings to statistical populations. Rather, the study aims to provide...

This study explores the life experiences of children with diverse SOGIE in different environments – school, family, and community – to which they were exposed. Data suggest that children with diverse SOGIE experienced stigma, bullying,...

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