Resource Centre

  • Mainstreaming Inclusive Education: Sharing good practices

    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. Inclusive ...

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  • The Benefits of a Cluster Approach to Supporting Foster Families

    A key element to effectively supporting children in foster care is the provision of adequate social support to caregivers. Where this support is not forthcoming or timely, problems experienced by foster families can escalate and impact the quality of ...

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  • Family Tracing for Children Without Adequate Documentation

    In this video, Dy Noeut and Kim Malin of New Smile Organisation (NSO) discuss their experience of conducting family tracing as a part of reintegration efforts in the context of an unregistered orphanage where children’s files contained missing and ...

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  • The Importance of Social Work Supervision and Supervision Training

    Social work supervision plays a critical role in quality assurance, social worker capacity building, problem-solving in complex cases and the early identification of vicarious trauma in social workers. It contributes towards improved outcomes for children ...

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  • Practical Pathways to Integrate Nutrition and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

    Around the world, more than one in five children under the age of five experience hunger and chronic malnutrition, which can irreversibly damage their physical and cognitive development. Tackling malnutrition and ensuring that children lead a healthy ...

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  • Cambodian Practitioner Learning Video Series

    Comprised of 12 videos and accompanying discussion guides, this video series features the learning from practitioners working across a range of care-related programs and practices in Cambodia. The series has been divided into 9 modules, click your topic ...

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  • Preventing and Responding to Child Abandonment at Hospitals

    In this two-part video, Sorn Sokchea discusses the medical social work program run by Angkor Hospital for Children in Cambodia, that aims to prevent and respond to child abandonment with the goal of strengthening families to provide adequate care for ...

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  • Family Tracing Post Child Abandonment at Hospital

    In this two-part video, Sorn Sokchea discusses the medical social work program run by Angkor Hospital for Children in Cambodia, that aims to prevent and respond to child abandonment with the goal of strengthening families to provide adequate care for ...

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  • Strengthening Families and Preventing Separation

    In many cases, family separation and recourse to alternative care can be avoided through the delivery of community-based social and family support services. A key challenge in many countries and contexts is ensuring these services are available, accessible ...

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  • Supporting Children with Disabilities in Family-Based Care

    In this two-part video, you’ll hear from Children in Families ABLE project practitioners, Sorn Sreyny and Lisa Yunker, as they share their experience of making family-based care in Cambodia inclusive for children with disabilities.  In part one, Sreyny ...

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  • The Impact of the Care Setting on Child Rehabilitation

    In this video, Sreyna and Chenda, two practitioners from Hagar Cambodia, discuss their learning regarding the impact of the care setting on child rehabilitation. By comparing the differences observed in the rehabilitation process for children supported ...

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  • Securing Stakeholder Buy-In for Reintegration

    Reintegrating children out of residential care settings back into community and family can be a challenging process that requires strong buy-in from multiple stakeholders. Failure to secure buy-in and clearly communicate the reasons for reintegration, ...

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  • “I’m Learning!” pilot in Cambodian Primary Schools (2013-2017): Community-based monitoring and connection to educational praxis

    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 well ...

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  • Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme, Asia Pacific 3rd cycle: Residential Report

    The Residential phase of the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPiE PDP) is a two-week training during which the participants develop knowledge and skills to design and implement high-quality Child Protection in Emergencies ...

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  • Review of Child Participation in Save the Children Norway's Programme

    Save the Children defines Child Participation as the willing involvement and opportunity for all children to express their views and influence decision-making. Child Participation is defined as an essential principle cutting across all programmes and ...

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  • I'm Learning Summative Report

    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, ...

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  • Corporate Responses to Protecting Children's Rights in Southeast Asia

    In an effort to provide insights and guidance on how businesses protect – or fall short in protecting – children’s rights in the Southeast Asia region, this report makes use of two essential Global Child Forum research products: The Children ...

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  • I’m Learning Country Report Cambodia

    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, and ...

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  • Bridging the Gap: Engaging adolescents for nutrition, health, and sustainable development 2018

    Adolescents make up approximately a quarter of the world's population. Yet, we are not aware of how to best support them as they go through this foundational phase of life. Most adolescent youth already play an active role in the providing food for their ...

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  • Revealing the Rainbow: The human rights situation of Southeast Asia’s LGBTIQ communities and their defenders

    Just over a decade ago, the United Nations (UN) introduced a new process for periodically evaluating the human rights performances of each its Member States. That process, known as the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), during the review Member States ...

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