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Where we work in Cambodia

Plan International Cambodia started our operation in the kingdom in 2002. Centering on children’s best interest, our interventions in 17 provinces have directly benefited over 600,000 children and almost 80,000 families across Cambodia. We are implementing our integrated development program in four provinces where we have sponsorship operations – namely Siem Reap, Tboung Khmum, Ratanak Kiri and Stung Treng.

Plan International's working areas in Cambodia
Plan International's working areas in Cambodia

Siem Reap Programme Unit

Siem Reap is the first province where Plan International Cambodia started its Programme Unit, since 2002. With about 8,000 sponsored children, Plan International Cambodia is working in 23 – where child rights are most deprived – of its 100 communes.  

Learn more about our work in Siem Reap

Tboung Khmum Programme Unit​

Tboung Khmum is Cambodia’s newest province – it was part of Kampong Cham province when Plan International Cambodia opened its Programme Unit there in 2004. 

Learn more about our work in Tboung Khmum

Ratanak Kiri Programme Unit

Remoteness and cultural gaps are hampering basic public services among many children in Ratanak Kiri. Starting a Programme Unit in the province in mid-2011, Plan International Cambodia is working in 19 of the province’s 49 communes – with around 5,000 sponsored children.

Learn more about our work in Ratanak Kiri

Stung Treng Programme Unit

Home to five indigenous minorities, Stung Treng is the newest Programme Unit (opened in Mid-2006) of Plan International Cambodia, who is working in 10 of its 30 communes – with over 2500 sponsored children.

Learn about our work in Stung Treng