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Family Care First|REACT, facilitated by Save the Children, is a multi-donor supported network of organizations working together to support children in Cambodia to live in safe, nurturing family-based care. FCF|REACT works collaboratively with the...

The number of children suffering from malnutrition in Cambodia has decreased in recent years. However, the rate of progress remains slow and continues to threaten the development of human capital in the country. Malnutrition does not only...

Children and adolescents are key drivers for the development and economic future of Cambodia. Despite this, children's participation in policymaking and decisions that impact them has been limited, and entrenched gender norms have prohibited...

Children in Cambodia are entitled to nine years of free education. However, certain groups of children struggle to access quality education at different stages in their lives. For example, disabled girls and children with intellectual...

On the occasion of the 3rd National Reading Day on 11 March 2018, three leading education NGOs in Cambodia – Save the Children, Sipar and World Vision International Cambodia – have released a statement calling for more budget investment and...

LEARNING PACKAGE is from the Partnering to Save Lives project, of which Save the Children is a member. Community volunteers help to increase reproductive, maternal and newborn health knowledge in communities and promote timely service utilisation.

LEARNING PACKAGE is from the Partnering To Save Lives Project, of which Save the Children is a member. An increase in teenage pregnancy among Cambodia’s adolescents, particularly in the northeast, has raised questions and concerns for health,...

I'm Learning in Cambodia applied Save the Children International’s (SCI) Quality Learning Environment (QLE) Framework to develop a programme that would enhance primary school learning environments and thereby improve school enrolment, retention,...

I'm Learning Summative Report

2018 - Cambodia, Uganda, Zimbabwe

This summative report describes Save the Children Norway’s pilot project, I’m Learning, which has been implemented in three countries (Uganda, Zimbabwe, and Cambodia) between 2013 and 2018. The report describes the pilot project; it’s purpose,...

I’m Learning is a Save the Children Norway led pilot project implemented in three countries between 2014 and 2017. The aim of the project was to develop and test effective programming methods for improving the quality of learning environments, as...