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application/pdfWorking together to save livesLEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. The TBA-Midwife Alliance is helping to improve rates of skilled birth attendance in health facilities.09/07/2018559KB
application/pdfEncouraging positive maternal and newborn health behavioursLEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. Culturally sensitive, multilingual communications in Cambodia’s remote northeast help to overcome barriers of geography and ethnicity to promote healthy behaviours and improve outcomes for mothers and babies.09/07/2018396KB
application/pdfThe Fragile first weeks: equipping midwivesLEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. Newborn care within first 28 days of life is critical to neonatal survival. With extensive training, supervision and quality improvement in Cambodia’s remote northeast, midwives are providing essential care to newborns.09/07/2018324KB
application/pdfCoaching for Quality ImprovementLEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. On-site coaching helps midwives to gain confidence in their skills and provide quality care to clients. 09/07/2018400KB
application/pdfFostering inclusive healthcare environments LEARNING PACKAGE from the Partnering to Save Lives project. Attitudes training and values clarification for providers is helping to make public health facilities in Cambodia more inclusive and acceptable for vulnerable clients.09/07/2018486KB
application/pdfProtecting Children through System Strengthening & EvidenceBROCHURE on the Protecting Children Through System Strengthening and Evidence project. August 2017 - July 202129/05/20182MB
application/pdfAge-Appropriate Reading_KhmerSTATEMENT 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.20/03/2018249KB
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
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 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

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