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NOURISH Project Endline Survey Report

2019 - Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition

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 one-page document describes the experience of Ms. Tith Phall, who along with her husband and 21-month-old child are classified as an ID Poor family, and was selected to serve as a Caregiver Group Facilitator with USAID NOURISH, benefitting...

LEARNING PACKAGE is from the Partnering to Save Lives project, of which Save the Children is a member. Out of pocket expenses can prevent access to important health services. Village Savings and Loans Associations help communities to save in...

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,...

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. Women with disabilities experience barriers to reproductive, maternal and newborn health in Cambodia. Inclusive approaches can enable these...

This report discusses current quality issues with toilet design and construction in Cambodia, then presents the processes of latrine production installation, use, and maintenance, including diagrams and lists of necessary equipment.    

Children in Cambodia continue to face violence and abuse in a variety of settings, including at school, in residential care institutions, and within their own families. To address these issues, the Royal Government of Cambodia has begun to...

LEARNING PACKAGE is from the Partnering to Save Lives project, of which Save the Children is a member. The TBA-Midwife Alliance is helping to improve rates of skilled birth attendance in health facilities.

Save the Children in Cambodia received funding from IKEA foundation for the program “Inclusive Education for All” for a second phase for 3 years (January 2016-December 2018). The program aims to establish an inclusive and high-quality learning...