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Cambodia reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19 on 27 January 2020. As of 27 May, there are 124 confirmed cases, and no reported deaths. Save the Children, who has been working in Cambodia since 1970, quickly leveraged its humanitarian...

As COVID-19 continues to progress around the world, Cambodia has emerged as one of the rare success stories.  There is no doubt that the strong and quick coordinated response from the Royal Government of Cambodia, Development Partners and Civil...

Supported by Cellcard, one of Cambodia’s leading telecommunications companies, Save the Children in collaboration with VIAMO has officially launched a toll-free 3-2-1 call service and interactive game for information related to COVID-19. This...

A joint op-ed about the impact of COVID-19 on children in Cambodia by Prashant Verma- Country Director of ChildFund Cambodia, Gwynneth Wong- Country Director of Plan International Cambodia, Elizabeth Pearce- Country Director of Save the Children...

Joint Press Release

2020 - Cambodia

 This is a press release for a joint statement and joint op-ed on the impact of COVID-19 on children in Cambodia and our recommendations to the Royal Government of Cambodia, development partners and civil society organisations to put children at...

During the COVID-19 crisis, Save the Children is supporting vulnerable children and families to continue accessing education, protection services, and informing them about how to effectively prepare and protect themselves against the virus. Well...

Save the Children and Smart Axiata have joined forces to support children’s learning during the COVID-19 pandemic so that 7,700 crisis-affected children can continue to learn safely and effectively. This project joins the list of Smart Axiata’s 1...

Save the Children defines inclusive education as “one dimension of a rights-based quality education which emphasises equity in access and participation and responds positively to the individual learning needs and competencies of all children....

The NOURISH Project Endline Survey Report assesses the nutritional status of women and children and changes in behaviors related to the three pillars of the project’s approach to integrated nutrition: health, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH),...

This booklet demonstrates important successes that Save the Children and local non-governmental organization partners (PSOD, WP, and WOMEN) contributed to the Cambodian government in order to improve citizens’ awareness on rights, relevant...