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This report is a follow-up study to the Baseline(+PDM) conducted on 12-19 March 2021 and the Post-Distribution Monitoring (PDM1) conducted on 17-27 April 2021. The fieldwork for this report was undertaken as cases began to rise again after the...

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...

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,...

The Remote Early Learning (R.E. Learning) project, funded by Save the Children Korea, focused on improving the quality of existing (state and community) preschools in the remote areas of Pursat province, Cambodia. This project aims for children...

This report is a follow-up study related to post-distribution monitoring (PDM1) of the cash transfer component of the program from the previous baseline (+PDM) conducted. It is important to note that between the data collection undertaken for the...

Save the Children, funded by ECHO, Save the Children Korea and Children’s Emergency Seed Fund in partnership with World Vision (WV), Hagar International and Komar Rikreay Association implemented this multi-sectoral project to provide immediate...

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)...

The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) through Save the Children Norway (SCN) funded Save the Children in Cambodia (SC) to implement a program comprised of three phases: (1) 2010-2014 framework, (2) 2015-2018 framework that...

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 Case Stories brochure aims to illustrate the program’s achievements in the areas of education, child protection, and child rights governance by presenting the personal, and often unheard, stories of the beneficiaries. These stories outline...

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