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This report shares highlights of a gender analysis conducted from April – August 2015 to inform the gender integration strategy for integrated nutrition in health, WASH and agriculture. The analysis identified gaps and potential...

This report discusses Grow Together, a social and behavior change communication (SBCC) campaign strategically designed to reduce stunting in rural Cambodia by stimulating families to use and sustain key practices in health/nutrition, water,...

This short success story shows how Ms. Tao Eng, a mother from Pursat, uses what she learned from NOURISH activities to grow a garden at home to provide nutrious food for her children and earn income and takes her children to receive health...

This case study discusses the Child Length Mat, a non-clinical, community tool developed by the Manoff Group (TMG), a NOURISH partner, to help families visualize linear growth and to encourage timely action to prevent malnutrition. The length mat...

This case study discusses the challenges of poverty and food insecurity in rural Cambodia and the NOURISH project’s Conditional Cash Transfer initiative, which provides payments for key health and nutrition services and practices. It...

This success story highlights the Conditional Cash Transfer activity and its impact on Ms. Oeub Hoeub, who enrolled in the program in 2016 and after attending a village fair, created a small home garden, set up a handwashing station, and tracks...

This document reports the findings of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and United States Presidential Initiative Feed the Future (FTF)-supported NOURISH Project cross-sectional baseline. NOURISH seeks to reduce the...

Save the Children conducted a global review of ten Country Offices and their programs in order to assess the impact that different forms of Cash and Vouchers Assistance (CVA) have on Child Protection (CP) outcomes, to identify evidence gaps and...

The Accelerating Sign Language in Cambodia project (ASLC) focused on an innovative way to deliver Cambodian Sign Language education to children with hearing impairments living in the Bakan district of Pursat province. This was done through the...

This evaluation found that the EQUAL project was successful in achieving the four planned outcomes of (1) more effective teaching and learning in schools through pedagogy and teaching techniques that are child-friendly and inclusive, (2)...