Plan International Cambodia has been supporting children, especially the most marginalised, to realise their potential since 2002.
In Cambodia, large numbers of girls are out-of-school, there are high rates of teenage pregnancy and there is a lack of nutrition and sanitation for children in remote areas.
Indigenous communities often suffer the worst discrimination due to the languages they speak, their traditions, their semi-nomadic lifestyles and the remote locations in which they live.
With an increasing focus on the remote communities in the northeast of the country, our work helps more than 600,000 children to access education, clean water and sanitation, health, sustainable livelihoods and protection.
Our key areas of work include:
- Protecting children from violence, abuse and neglect
- Enabling children and their families to have sustained access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene services and to live in a hygienic environment
- Reducing stunting among children aged 0-5
- Supporting children to complete primary school and transition to secondary school or appropriate skills training.
Detailed Action Plan Launched for Violence-Free Schools
For the first time, a detailed action plan to keep children safe at school has been disseminated across Cambodia to reduce the number of drop outs and support children to reach their potential.
Climate Change Adaptation: Perspectives on Civil Society in Cambodia
This document shares the perspectives of farmers, scholars, CSO workers, development partners, and government officials about civil society contributions to climate change adaptation through mainstreaming climate resilience into development planning in Cambodia.