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International Business Standards on Anti-bribery

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: Transparency International Cambodia

This paper examines the various international standards available on anti-bribery. It gives an overview on the benefits and challenges of integrating these standards into current business practices in Cambodia and highlights case studies from within the region that have successfully implemented them.

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Bribespot for Private Companies

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: Transparency International Cambodia

Bribe reporting application, Bribespot, tracks and reports bribes anonymously. By receiving reports about key areas where bribery occurs from a private sector perspective, TI Cambodia can identify corruption hotspots. With this information we have an evidence-based platform for advocacy so we can work for change in crucial areas important to the private sector.

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At Your Own Risk: Reprisals against Critics of World Bank Group Projects

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: Human Rights Watch

This report describes how people in Cambodia, India, Uganda, Uzbekistan, and elsewhere have faced reprisals from governments and powerful companies for criticizing projects financed by the World Bank and the IFC. The World Bank’s own research has long found correlations between the extent and quality of public participation in projects and the success of development projects.

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Improving Health Service Delivery in Cambodia

Publication Year: 2014  / Sources: Care Cambodia

Since October 2012, the project has focused on improving access to and utilisation of health services, particularly
in very remote communities. This focused on increasing skills and motivation among frontline health workers including midwives and community health volunteers who are part of Village Health Support Group (VHSGs) – so healthcare facilities can provide better services.

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Conservation and Sustainable Development : Striking a Balance in Cambodia

Publication Year: 2014  / Sources: World Wide Fund For Nature Cambodia (WWF)

A biological treasure trove, the Greater Mekong Region harbours some of the richest and most valuable habitats on Earth. However, it is now under serious threat. Large-scale hydropower projects, rampant development, climate change, the illegal wildlife trade and deforestation are challenging the region’s outstanding biodiversity and its ability to support 300 million people who depend on its natural resources.

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