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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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Building Disaster Resilient Communities in Cambodia II

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: ActionAid, DanChurchAid/ChristianAid (DCA/CA), Oxfam, People in Need (PIN), Save the Children

About 80% of Cambodian territory lies within the Mekong basin, known to have large fluctuations of water levels between the dry and wet seasons. This causes an annual cycle of droughts and floods, damaging agricultural production and livelihoods and constraining development and poverty alleviation. The 2014 World Risk Report puts Cambodia as the ninth most at risk country in the world.

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Global Monitoring: Status of Action Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT International)

Sexual Exploitation of Children provides a detailed framework and categories of actions to be taken by governments in partnership with civil society organizations and other relevant actors for combating commercial sexual crimes against children. Broadly, these actions are focused on: 1) Coordination and Cooperation; 2) Prevention; 3) Protection; 4) Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reintegration; and 5) Child Participation.

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Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs: Cambodia

Publication Year: 2014  / Sources: United Nations Economic and Social Comission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)

Cambodia’s merchandise exports grew strongly by 18.7% in 2013. Additionally, services exports grew by 10%. This was considerably higher than both the Asia-Pacific average of 2.1% growth in merchandise exports and the 4.9% growth in services exports.

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The Economic Burden of the Health Consequences of Violence Against Children in Cambodia

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: Royal Government of Cambodia & UNICEF Cambodia

Violence against children exists in every country in the world, cutting across culture, class, education, income and ethnic origin. Sadly, Cambodia is no exception. Childhood violence can have lifelong adverse health, social and economic consequences for survivors, including behavioural problems and cognitive dysfunction; mental and physical health conditions…etc.

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