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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...

This material describes Grow Together, the project’s multi-faceted social behavior change communication campaign. Based on research with Cambodian communities, Grow Together uniquely brought together sectors and activities with a focus on 13...

While the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is still relatively low in Cambodia at the time of writing, the impact of Covid-19 on children and families is already quite pronounced. It’s clear that COVID-19 could undo years of progress made in...

This material presents an overview of Community-Led Total Sanitation and NOURISH’s efforts to achieve Open Defectation Free (ODF) status across 72 villages in Siem Reap province, Cambodia. This page details the experiences of Sasasdom, a...

Curious Chenda: Book 2

2020 - Health and Nutrition

This book teaches children the nutritional value of vegetables and the importance of small home gardens for providing kids with proper nutrition.

This material explores the establishment of Business Service Centers, supported by NOURISH, to provide capacity development and business support for Cambodian Small and Medium Enterprises.

NOURISH Small Fish Powder Factsheet

2020 - Health and Nutrition

This two page factsheet (one in English, one in Khmer) outlines the benefits of small fish powder as a safe, nutritious, tasty, and accessible animal protein for children aged 6-23 months.

The purpose of this pack is to provide guidance to help country offices design their Safe Schools monitoring, evaluation (M&E) and research plans. This action pack is meant to serve as guidance. It is expected that Country Offices will develop...

Most Significant Change Stories: Voice and action project

2019 - Good Governance Delivering Child Rights

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...

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...