|Empowering Children and Youth Brochure||BROCHURE for the Empowering Children and Youth to Participant in Commune Development.
January 2013 - December 2018||21/01/2015||3MB|
|Child Rights Governance Program Factsheet||FACTSHEET for the Cambodian Country Office Child Rights Governance programs, 2013.||21/01/2015||252KB|
|PBBR & CPPE in Cambodia||REPORT Program Based Budget Reform and Community Participation in Primary Education in Cambodia 2015.
This research focuses on two related topics: (i) budget execution, especially of the program based
budget (PB) and school operation budget (SOB), using primary schools as an illustrative case, and (ii)
community and SNA participation in school matters. The objective is to assess progress and challenges
in these two areas and draw practical recommendations for future improvement||07/10/2015||7MB|
|Realising Children Rights Through Improved Local Governance ||BROCHURE from the Realising Children's Rights project January 2016 - December 2018||14/09/2016||4MB|
|Realising Children Rights (Khmer)||BROCHURE from the Realising Children's Rights project (Khmer) January 2016 - December 2018||14/09/2016||4MB|
|Child Rights Governance Factsheet||FACTSHEET for Cambodia Child Rights Governance projects 2017||30/06/2017||486KB|
|Realising Children's Rights Brochure||BROCHURE for the Realising Children's Rights Through Improved Local Governance in Cambodia project.
January 2016 - December 2018
In partnership with the European Union.||30/06/2017||2MB|
|ISAF Brochure||BROCHURE from the Voice and Action: Social Accountability for Improved Service Delivery.
November 2015 - December 2018
In partnership with Japan Social Development Fund and The World Bank Group.
|Impact Stories Booklet||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 standards, open budgets, and performance evaluations of the three services. The most significant change stories within this publication is a reflection of the service and commitment of the service providers to respond to the basic needs of citizens, youth, and children. ||03/04/2019||13MB|