Initiatives
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Waste Picker Development Program
Community Sanitation and Recycling Organisation
This program has the purpose to assist waste pickers to better their social and economic conditions through skills development and self help activities.
Phnom Penh

Women’s Empowerment and Leadership Building
Banteay Srei
Women’s Empowerment and Leadership Building seeks to realize empowerment for vulnerable families (especially women) through encouraging them to participate in the identification and analysis of the issues that they face.
Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambang

Women’s Empowerment Program
PACT Cambodia
Women's Empowerment Program​ empowers poor Cambodian women through village based savings groups and non formal literacy education.
Phnom Penh

Women’s Empowerment through Legal Awareness (WELA)
Gender and Development for Cambodia
The purpose of this program is to identify and assist mainly rural women to establish themselves into core groups within their own communities so that they can learn about important legal issues
Phnom Penh

Women’s Income Generation
Lutheran World Federation Cambodia
Women’s Income Generation is the program aiming to provide training opportunities related to Integrated Farming Management, family budgeting, primary health care, and human rights.
Phnom Penh

Womens Resource Centre(WRC)
Cambodian Defenders Project
WRC offers legal services to meet the needs of victims of domestic violence.
Phnom Penh, Kampong Cham, Battambang, Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, Kratie

Youth Democracy Project
Youth for Peace Cambodia
This project aims to develop human rights awareness among young people, encourage discussion and empower them to become active and responsible citizens in the development of democracy in Cambodia.
Phnom Penh

Youth Emotional Support Service (YESS)
Gender and Development for Cambodia
The purpose of this project is to facilitate understanding of the problems facing young people at community level, to learn about their needs and to support the use of problem solving strategies.
Phnom Penh

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