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application/pdfPSL Update Year 3 Theme 4LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. October 2016 Theme 4: Financial Barriers PSL Learning agenda One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The PSL four Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and financial barriers.13/01/2017154KB
application/pdfPSL Baseline Survey Executive Summary Report Garment FactoryREPORT for the Partnering to Save Lives project. Baseline Survey Executive Summary Report: Reproductive, Maternal and Neonatal Health Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices among Female Garment Factory Workers in Phnom Penh and Kandal Province13/11/2014155KB
application/pdfPSL Update Year 3 Theme 2LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. October 2016 Theme 2: Non-Emergency Referral Systems between Communities and Public Facilities. PSL Learning agenda One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The PSL four Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and financial barriers.13/01/2017157KB
application/pdfPSL Update Year 3 Theme 1LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. October 2016 Theme 1: Technical Harmonisation. PSL Learning agenda One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The PSL four Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and financial barriers.13/01/2017159KB
application/pdfPSL Update Year 3 Theme 3LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. October 2016 Theme 3: Garment Factories. PSL Learning agenda One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The PSL four Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and financial barriers.13/01/2017160KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update4LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project, July 2017. PSL Learning agenda: One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The PSL four Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and reaching most vulnerable groups. Theme 4: Reaching most vulnerable groups23/11/2017163KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update1LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project, July 2017. PSL Learning agenda One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The four PSL Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and reaching vulnerable groups. Theme 1: Technical Harmonisation23/11/2017164KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update2LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project, July 2017. PSL Learning agenda One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The PSL four Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and reaching vulnerable groups. Theme 2: Non-Emergency Referral Systems between Communities and Public Facilities23/11/2017167KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update3LEARNING UPDATE from the Partnering to Save Lives project, July 2017. PSL Learning agenda One outcome of PSL is focused on documenting learning and evidence that can contribute to improved policy and practices. The PSL four Learning Agenda themes are technical harmonisation, community referrals, garment factories and reaching vulnerable groups. Theme 3: Garment Factories23/11/2017176KB
application/pdfAge-Appropriate Reading MaterialsSTATEMENT National Reading Day 2018. 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 improved policies to support Cambodia’s youngest learners. 20/03/2018184KB

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