#GirlsTakeover in Cambodia gains momentum
Over the past 2 years, girls from Cambodia have been proving they have the potential to become leaders in their lives and communities through Plan International's #GirlsTakeover initiative.
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.
Lida: Hear my voice
Read the personal account of Lida, 26, that was submitted for the final of the Hear My Voice 2018 award ceremony. Her inspirational story shows the power of education to transform the lives of girls.
Child-friendly policing supports children in contact with the law
Plan International and partners have worked alongside the Cambodian government and authorities to develop policing guidelines that ensure children’s best needs are considered in the prosecution and punishment of young offenders.
Clean water and sanitation improve children's health
The health of children in northeast Cambodia is improving thanks to good hygiene and sanitation practices adopted by their communities following support from Plan International, the government and local partners.
Honorary ambassador inspires girls to lead
Gifted youth influencer VJ Nana has become an honorary ambassador of Plan International Cambodia. She will support the organisation to promote girls' leadership, particularly for those in hard-to-reach communities.
Communities ensure early education has a lasting impact
An early learning programme that has already benefited around 1,000 children in Cambodia looks set to have an even greater lasting impact thanks to the incredible commitment and enthusiasm of local communities.
Children prepare for school in Cambodia
In Cambodia, more children are going to and staying in school thanks to school readiness classes provided by Plan International.
Young teacher inspires change in her community
Tot has always excelled in her studies and has never let her physical disability get in her way. Soon, she will become the first in her area to graduate from Siem Reap Provincial Teacher Training College, further serving as an inspiration to all in her community.