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Working with young people, especially the most marginalised, to access knowledge, skills and services necessary for them to realise their full potential since 2002.
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Mon Mon feeding her youngest girl with porridge prepared communily by the mothers

Improving health and sanitation for young children

Plan International Cambodia has significantly boosted early learning among young children in Trapang Steung village in Tbong Khum province by promoting a nutritional diet, along with effective hygiene and sanitation practices.

Leader of the children’s council Chan Raksar (second from the right), 19, and her peers discuss issues to be improved in their school

Addressing girls concerns in schools

We are working with our local partners in Cambodia to support children’s councils and peer educators to use a School Monitoring Tool to assess how child-friendly schools are. It is particulalry effective at providing opportunities for children and youth, particularly girls, to voice their concerns and improve their access to education.

Mobile Preschools Bring Education to Rural Cambodia

Children in Ratanak Kiri province now have access to year-round preschools wherever they are now that mobile preschools have openend close to their homes and farms.

Youth Building a New Career

With skills, a good business idea and motivation to become economically independent, Noeuy and Noy are young, indigenous Cambodians with growing businesses.

Investing in Safe Water and Sanitation

Providing children and families with access to safe water and sanitation becomes a priority as areas in Cambodia combat water-borne illnesses.

Cambodia Launches National Plan of Action for Child Development

Promoting the rights of children through a joint action plan with the Cambodia National Council for Children.

Tot teaching an English class, Cambodia

Young teacher inspires change in her community

Meet Tot, a former sponsored child in Cambodia, who has always excelled in her studies – never letting her physical disability get in her way. Soon she will be the first in her community to graduate from Siem Reap's Provincial Teacher Training College.

Our results to date
  • 340
    preschools and 4,620 parents group supported to promote early stimulation and learning
  • 1,100
    primary schools and preschools supported with school meals
  • 750
    villages shifted to open defecation free

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Key contacts

Jan Jaap Kleinrensink

Country Director, Plan International Cambodia
Address
Room 411, 4th floor, Block A of Phnom Penh Centre, Sangkat Tonle Basac, Khan Chamkarmorn
Phnom Penh 12301
Cambodia
(+855) 23 217 214