|Health and Nutrition Factsheet||FACTSHEET Cambodia Health & Nutrition, 2017||30/06/2017||804KB|
|ECCD for Floating villages||BROCHURE for the Early Childhood Care and Development for Floating Villages.
June 2016 - June 2019.
In partnership with Japan Social Development Fund & World Bank Group.||30/06/2017||2MB|
|First Read Brochure||BROCHURE from the First Read Project: Supporting Families with Young Children to Learn Together.
March 2016 - February 2019
In partnership with Prudence Foundation.||30/06/2017||3MB|
|Education Factsheet||FACTSHEET Cambodia Education Projects 2013||30/06/2017||605KB|
|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.
|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|
|Child Rights Governance Factsheet||FACTSHEET for Cambodia Child Rights Governance projects 2017||30/06/2017||486KB|
|Child Protection Factsheet||FACTSHEET for Child Protection projects 2017||30/06/2017||894KB|
|Stolen Childhood Report||GLOBAL REPORT Stolen Childhoods: End of Childhood Report 2017
For at least 700 million children worldwide – and
perhaps hundreds of millions more – childhood has
ended too soon. The major reasons included poor
health, conflict, extreme violence, child marriage, early
pregnancy, malnutrition, exclusion from education and
|Partnering to Save Lives Factsheet 2016||FACTSHEET from the Partnering to Save Lives project 2016
Partnering to Save Lives (PSL) is a partnership between the Cambodian Ministry of Health (MoH), the Australian
Government, CARE, Marie Stopes International Cambodia and Save the Children. PSL aims to save the lives of women
and newborns in Cambodia through improved quality, access and utilisation of reproductive, maternal and neonatal health
(RMNH) services, with particular attention to most vulnerable groups including impoverished women, ethnic communities,
garment factory workers and women with disabilities. ||16/01/2017||741KB|