2014 Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey Key Findings

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: National Institute of Statistics, Directorate General for Health and ICF International

The objective of the survey was to provide reliable estimates on infant and child mortality, fertility preferences, family planning behavior, maternal mortality, utilization of maternal and child health services, health expenditures, women’s status, and knowledge and behavior regarding HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections that can be used by program managers and policymakers to evaluate and improve existing programs.

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Literature Review: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Migrant Garment Factory Workers in Cambodia

Publication Year: 2014  / Sources: The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

In Cambodia, there are a signicant number of migrant factory workers, and most of them are female adolescents and youth, living around Phnom Penh. us there is a need to support and respond to their health needs, particularly their sexual and reproductive health and rights. However, very little is known at the national level about the health status and needs of this group.

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Every Person Counts: Promoting the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in the Health Sector in Cambodia

Publication Year: 2015  / Sources: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)

Cambodia’s public health system is not well equipped to meet the needs of persons with disabilities, or to diagnose and treat impairments which could become disabling. Barriers encountered by persons with disabilities when accessing care include high direct and indirect costs, the physical inaccessibility of health facilities, communication barriers, and negative attitudes on the part of health care workers.

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The Culture and Traditional Authority of Indigenous People and the Development Paradigm

Publication Year: --  / Sources: Development and Partnership in Action (DPA)

The culture of indigenous peoples in Cambodia is under threat. The environment in which indigenous communities live is changing rapidly and this is having a profound impact within the community itself. Historically, cultural practices and traditional authorities are forces maintaining the collective identity, solidarity and cohesion of indigenous communities and, importantly, protecting communal rights and assets such as land and natural resources.

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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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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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Making the Economic Case for Safe Schools

Publication Year: 2014  / Sources: Plan International

The purpose of this report is to investigate the economic argument for investing in safe schools. The report specifically looks at evidence around the three pillars of the Comprehensive Safe Schools Framework (CSSF), namely: 1) safe learning facilities; 2) school disaster management; and 3) risk reduction and resilience education.

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Gender Discrimination and Advocacy Handbook

Publication Year: --  / Sources: Advocacy and Policy Institute (API)

This book is a tool to help people to understand and take advocacy actions against gender discrimination in Cambodia. It looks at ways to advocate for the reduction and elimination of gender discriminatory practices at work and in communities and how we can influence policy change.

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Vulnerable and Marginalised Children’s Access to Learning and Participation in School: Understanding the Challenges

Publication Year: 2014  / Sources: Plan International

In Cambodia, Plan International has targeted efforts to increase marginalised and vulnerable children’s access to education, learning and has promoted child participation. However, Plan recognises that marginalised and vulnerable children still face challenges.

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Empowering Children and Young People in The Community in Cambodia

Publication Year: 2009  / Sources: Save the Children

This publication describes the experiences of children who are engaged as primary actor in solving their own problems. This publication follows the good practice document titled ” Building a Protection System for Children in the Community in Cambodia”.

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