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Pact Cambodia is committed to developing quality publications that address pressing development issues in Cambodia. Our publications synthesize existing knowledge on a particular topic, introduce best practices, and provide organizations with practical tools and skills. All publications are designed in consultation with a wide range of stakeholders.

Pact Cambodia publications are available across the following sectors:

Governance

Vulnerable Populations

Pact Cambodia Brochure
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VOICES OF CHANGE
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COMBATING THE SPREAD OF HIV/AIDS AND SEX TRAFFICKING
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GOOD GOVERNANCE LOCAL SOLUTIONS TO LOCAL PROBLEM
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IMPROVING LIVES BY FIGHTING CORRUPTION
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Advocacy and Policy

Community Mobilization, Advocacy Expert Series, Module 6, October 2006
Victoria Ayer, Chhuon Vuthy, Kem Sambaddh, Sok Sambath, Neb Sinthay
English Version | Khmer Version
The sixth and final book in the Advocacy Expert Series explores how community activists can mobilize local communities into advocacy campaigns. By taking a rights-based approach, activists can help their family, friends and neighbors secure their rights and receive better social services.
Human Rights and Freedom of Expression Events: Learning From Experience, October 2006
Pact Cambodia
English Version |
Khmer Version

This publication documents the events of late 2005 and early 2006 relating to freedom of expression and human rights in Cambodia. During this period a number of prominent critics of the government were detained under questionable pretexts. In response to these arrests, civil society came together in new and innovative coalitions and networks, and a few individuals took some strong, public, and principled stands. Cambodians worked in new ways with the international community, and traditional networks were expanded.

Grassroots Advocacy Handbook, June 2006
Pact Cambodia, Lutheran World Federation, and the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC)
English Version | Khmer Version
This handbook is designed to provide local-level communities with the steps required to conduct basic advocacy activities.  It was developed in direct collaboration with a variety of local Cambodian communities that have successfully conducted their own advocacy campaigns.  The handbook addresses topics such as problem identification, collecting information and evidence, building community ownership and consensus, and explains the types of advocacy tools suitable for use at a local level.
Directory of the Third National Assembly of the Kingdom of Cambodia
Pact Cambodia, Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL) and Neutral and Impartial Committee for Free and Fair Election in Cambodia (NICFEC)
English Version | Khmer Version
This is the first handbook of its kind in Cambodia.  It profiles each member of the National Assembly, and provides detailed information about the functioning of the Assembly, the legislative process, and Assembly commissions.

Advocacy Through Legal Services, Advocacy Expert Series Module 5, August 2004
Megan Kludt, Victoria Ayer and Colin Bunn
English Version | Khmer Version
The fifth book in the Advocacy Expert Series explores how the legal system can be used to improve the lives of people and advance advocacy campaign goals.

Building and Maintaining Coalitions, Advocacy Expert Series, Module 4, August 2004
Victoria Ayer and Colin Bunn
English Version | Khmer Version
The fourth book in the Advocacy Expert Series explores the methods of creating and sustaining coalitions that advance advocacy campaign goals.

 

Working with the Media, Advocacy Expert Series Module 3, June 2004
Victoria Ayer, Colin Bunn and Sean Gralton
English Version | Khmer Version
The third book in the Advocacy Expert Series examines the media's power and influence in society and explores the ways in which advocacy campaigns can benefit from a strong relationship with the media.

Building Relationships with Government, Advocacy Expert Series, Module 2, May 2004
Colin Bunn and Victoria Ayer
English Version | Khmer Version
The second book in the Advocacy Expert Series examines how NGOs can build strong relationships with government, and lobby and persuade government to work towards an advocacy campaign.

Advocacy Campaign Management, Advocacy Expert Series, Module 1, March 2004
Victoria Ayer and Colin Bunn
English Version | Khmer Version
The first book in the Advocacy Expert Series discusses the principles and techniques of managing a successful advocacy campaign.  Advocacy is a strategic series of actions designed to influence those who hold governmental, political, economic or private power to implement public policies and practices that benefit those with less political power and fewer economic resources. An advocacy campaign is a long-term set of activities that includes research, planning, acting, monitoring, and evaluating our advocacy efforts.

Advocacy Handbook:  A Practical Guide to Increasing Democracy in Cambodia (2nd edition), January 2003
Christina Mansfield, Kurt MacLeod, Maron Greenleaf and Poppy Alexander
English Version | Khmer Version
This handbook provides practical information on strategies and techniques for advocacy campaigns. 

Advocacy in Cambodia: Increasing Democratic Space, May 2002
Christina Mansfield and Kurt MacLeod
English Version
An analysis of advocacy campaigns in Cambodia, lessons learned and best practices based on eight sectors (fisheries, land, labor, commune council elections, women’s movement, urban poor, HIV/AIDS, and child rights). 

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Anti Corruption

Summary of Key Findings – the 2010 Corruption and Cambodian Households quantitative survey on the perceptions, attitudes and impact of every day forms of corrupt practices in Cambodia is a follow-up to a survey conducted in 2005 by the Center for Social Development. The objective of the survey: outline a nationally representative picture of Cambodian perceptions and attitudes towards corrupt practices.
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The 2010 Corruption and Cambodian Households quantitative survey on the perceptions, attitudes and impact of every day forms of corrupt practices in Cambodia is a follow-up to a survey conducted in 2005 by the Center for Social Development. The objective of the survey: outline a nationally representative picture of Cambodian perceptions and attitudes towards corrupt practices.
English Version | Khmer Version

 

Freedom of Information, March 2008
Advocacy and Policy Institute (API), FOI Working Group and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This brochure on Freedom of Information (FOI) provides information about the right of Cambodians, guaranteed by the Cambodian Constitution and other international instruments, to access public information. It also explains the importance and benefits of FOI to all Cambodians, the need for an FOI law, and what should be included in Cambodia’s Law on Access to Information.
Oil and Gas in Cambodia, February 2007
Pact Cambodia
Khmer Version
This report looks at some of the issues that may arise from the future production of oil and gas in Cambodia. The report is also designed to help civil society play a role in these issues, by exploring what actions they can take, and discussing the skills, information and support they may need to conduct effective activities.
Perceiving and Fighting Corruption in Cambodia, February 2007
Indochina Research Limited and Pact Cambodia
English Version
This report explores how corruption is perceived in Cambodia. It explores issues such as: how corruption is understood; the standards Cambodians expect from public services; the social acceptability of talking about corruption issues; and what people feel should be done to fight corruption.

Existing Mechanisms for Addressing Corruption, January 2007

Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This report examines existing mechanisms in Cambodia that can be used for addressing corruption.  Formal mechanisms for addressing corruption include national regulations and laws, and the administrative structures of the government.  Informal mechanisms range from individual responses to collective responses to corruption.
Local Public Services: Performance and Unofficial Fees, November 2006
Economic Institute of Cambodia and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This report examines the impact of corruption on public services in Cambodia. The study focuses on three specific public services provided at the commune level: the commune schooling and health center services. The report provides an overview of the research findings and highlights the nature, causes and impacts of unofficial fees on the livelihoods of households in three categories of commune: provincial, district, and rural communes. 

Copies of the policy brief for this report are also available - English  |  Khmer

Life's Choices, November 2006
Our Books and Pact Cambodia
English | Khmer [External link]
This comic book explores some of the pressures and temptations that young people in Cambodia face as they mature and try to become honest citizens.  Life's Choices follows the paths chosen by three close friends as they go from secondary school to college.
An Investigation into Illegal Logging in Virachey National Park, Ratanakiri, November 2006
Khmer Journalists Democratic Association and Pact Cambodia
Khmer Version
This report is the result of 6-month investigation, both in Phnom Penh and Rattanakiri and in Vietnam's provinces bordering Virachey National Park, by a team of journalists. The findings in the report are based on extensive interviews with former officials who worked in the area, families and relatives of the accused officials involving in illegal logging, local ethnic minority residents, and official court and government records.
Land Registration Brochure, October 2006
New Life Cambodia, Department of Land Management, Urban Planning & Construction (Battambang) and Pact Cambodia
Khmer Version
This brochure provides information about how citizens can reduce corruption in the land registration sector by explaining the new procedures and fee structures introduced by the Royal Government of Cambodia in 2002 and 2004.
Our Country, Our Future: An Anti-Corruption Handbook for Civil Servants, September 2006
Centre for Social Development and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This handbook provides all public servants and citizens with elective public office with an an overview of what corruption is, how it impacts on the lives of all Cambodians, and what practical steps they can take to reduce corruption.
Assessment of Corruption in Cambodia’s Private Sector, July 2006
Economic Institute of Cambodia and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This report examines the impact of corruption on Cambodia's private sector.  Its findings are based upon a quantitative and qualitative survey of about 1,200 enterprises in nine major municipalities and provinces, focus group discussions, individual interviews, and extensive economic modeling.

Copies of the policy brief for this report are also available - English  |  Khmer

Assessment of Corruption in Cambodia’s Private Sector (Comic Book), July 2006
Economic Institute of Cambodia and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This comic book provides a simple summary of the Assessment of Corruption in Cambodia's Private Sector report, and information for MSMEs about the causes, nature and extent of corruption in a user-friendly way.
Guide to Traffic Laws and Fines Brochure, June 2006
Coalition for Road Safety (CRY) and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This brochure provides all drivers with information about the documents they need to carry when driving and the amount in fines they will pay for violating the traffic law.
Guide to Public Health Care Brochure, June 2006 
Cambodian Human Rights HIV/AIDS Network (CHRAN) and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This brochure provides information about how citizens can reduce corruption in the public health sector, which public health services are provided free of charge, how citizens can access these services, and the code of ethics for public health officials.
Clean Hand Campaign Leaflet, November 2005
English Version | Khmer Version
This leaflet outlines the Clean Hand Campaign against corruption and provides a short list of practical tips to fight corruption.

Fighting Corruption in Cambodia: The Demand for an International Standard Anti Corruption Law in Cambodia, July 2005
Andrew Benoy and Kurt MacLeod
English Version | Khmer Version
In December 2004, the Royal Government of Cambodia made a commitment to passing an international standard Law on Anti Corruption by the end of 2005. This handbook outlines the key features of the two main international anti corruption instruments: the ADB/OECD Anti-Corruption Action Plan for Asia and the Pacific and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). The handbook also lists some of the features that will need to be included in the law if it is to exceed international standards, such as the establishment of an independent Anti Corruption Body.

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Community Forestry

Pact has translated CIFOR’s popular and useful booklet “Simply REDD” into Khmer. The booklet presents a series of questions and answers about REDD with an aim to increase general knowledge on this relatively new mechanism for climate mitigation.
Khmer Version
Community Forestry REDD Project
Pact Cambodia

English Version
Cambodia’s Forestry Administration (FA), along with Pact and Terra Global Capital have recently developed the first Cambodian Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) carbon offset project. The project involves 13 community forestry (CF)groups, comprised of 58 villages, which protect 67,783 hectares of forestland in the Northwestern province of Oddar Meanchey.

Training Services Brochure
Forestry Administrative and Pact Cambodia

Khmer Version
 

Helping Cambodians to sustain their forests
Pact Cambodia

English Version
Pact’s Community Forestry Partnership Program (CFP) is comprised of three projects that apply the organization’s abilities in the area of capacity building to help rural Cambodian communities protect their forest resources.

 
Expert business advice helps sweeten profits for Cambodian honey producers
Pact Cambodia

English Version
Honey gathering has long been one of the most important activities for the forest communities of Cambodia’s Koh Kong Province. For decades it has been a vital source of nutrition, medicine and supplementary income for the economically disadvantaged communities that live in proximity to the forest. Critically, it also provides the villagers a source of livelihood that does not require cutting down trees – a fundamental element in the fight to arrest deforestation.

Communities & Carbon, November 2009

Amanda Breadley

English Version
The REDD mechanism presents an important opportunity to shift the global trend away from forest loss and rising temperatures and toward forest protection and climate change mitigation. The Royal Government of Cambodia is firmly committed to utilizing this mechanism to protect its forests – which presently cover 59% of our country – and to improve the livelihoods of Cambodians living in and near the forests.

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Decentralization

Report - National Forum on Decentralization and Gender, September 2005
English Version | Khmer Version

On 1 September 2005, the Decentralization Forum Working Group held its third National Forum on Decentralization. This forum focused on issues of gender in the context of decentralization and aimed to promote dialogue and cooperation among relevant stakeholders. 275 individuals (168 women) attended from Commune Councils, local and international NGOs, CBOs, government, donors, the private sector, the media, and academia

Partnership Handbook: Promoting Decentralization through Partnerships, September 2004
David Ayres, Kurt MacLeod and Andrew Benoy
English Version | Khmer Version
This handbook provides local stakeholders with concrete tools and methodologies for strengthening the partnership between Commune Councils and Civil Society.  It explains the roles and responsibilities of all actors within the process, provides clear methods on how to construct sustainable relationships between commune councils and civil society, and gives suggestions on activities that could be undertaken by to strengthen and further develop their commons agendas.
Commune Council and Civil Society – Promoting Decentralization Through Partnerships, January 2004
Christina Mansfield and Kurt MacLeod
English Version
An overview of the current work of and challenges faced by commune councils in Cambodia, and the relationships between commune councils and civil society at a local level.  The report also examines the skills and resources required by commune councils, and provides examples of how development agencies are helping to build council capacity and awareness.
Non-Partisanship, a Curriculum for NGOs, August 2001
Pact Cambodia
English Version
This training manual was designed for local NGOs to raise their awareness and understanding of non-partisanship and its importance, help them to formulate common strategies for maintaining NGO non-partisanship, and introduce the changes resulting from the implementation of the Laws on Commune Elections and Commune Administration.
Democracy Initiative through Sustainable Community Discussion (DISCUSS):  Facilitator's Manual,  April 2003
Pact Cambodia
English Version
DISCUSS is a civic education program developed by Pact, which centers on community discussions that provide and communities and local level government with opportunities to learn and use democratic processes at a local level.  This Manual uses grassroots group discussions to identify issues affecting poverty and development.

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Local Administration and Reform (LAAR)


 

1st Citizen Satisfaction Survey, September 2008
The Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS)
English Version

This report details the findings from the first Citizen Satisfaction Survey, comprising of over 2,500 interviews from eight provinces. This survey explores citizens and councilor perceptions of local government in Cambodia, and was used by the LAAR program to provide baseline data with which to measure change.

 

 

 

2nd Citizen Satisfaction Survey, June 2010
The Economic Institute of Cambodia (EIC) and Julian Abrams
English Version                 Data Set

This report and data set details the findings from the second Citizen Satisfaction Survey, comprising of over 2,500 interviews from eight provinces. This survey to measure changes since the first Citizen Satisfaction Survey in citizen perceptions of commune councils, commune councilor perceptions of their roles and function, the differences between LAAR target and non-target communes in their perceptions of local government, and the differences in perceptions of different social groups of local government.

 

LAAR Impact Evaluation Report: Implications of the Second Citizen Satisfaction Survey for the LAAR Program, June 2010
Erin Blake and Clare Howell
English Version

This report uses the data from the second Citizen Satisfaction Survey to explore the effectiveness of specific LAAR program activities, thus assessing the impact of the LAAR program on target communes.

Community Mobilizing Committee Toolkit
December 2009
Pact Cambodia
Khmer Version
 

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Capacity Building of NGOs/Training Tools

Empowering A New Civil Society: Pact’s Cambodia Community Outreach Project, July 2001
Michael Barton
English Version
This book provides a historical overview of Pact’s Cambodia Community Outreach Project and of the growth of the Cambodia civil society sector since 1991.
What Does the Future Hold? Cambodian NGOs Organizational Development, Independence and Sustainability, January 2001
Christina Mansfield, Chhay Sarath and Um Samav
English Version | Khmer Version
A review of the organizational capacity of Cambodian NGOs which assess characteristics contributing to the long-term sustainability of the sector.

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HIV/AIDS & WORTH

Pact’s global women’s empowerment program, WORTH is operating in Cambodia with the financial assistance of Chevron Overseas Petroleum (Cambodia) Limited (COPCL). The WORTH/Health program seeks to empower and improve the livelihoods of over 400 women living in the underdeveloped fishing communities of Preah Sihanouk province through literacy and accounting training, village banking, microenterprise development and health and sanitation awareness. As a result of WORTH, group members have been able to expand their existing business, increase their savings and become active participants in their communities. The three following human interest pieces highlight three WORTH women’s personal and business successes. Eng, Savioun and Chreb embody the range of reasons for why women are motivated to join the women empowerment groups (WEG’s) and represent the different populations Pact serves across three districts within Preah Sihanouk province: Stuenghav, Preah Sihanouk Municipality, and Prey Nub. Their stories showcase the success Cambodian women can achieve when given access to savings and income generation through membership in Pact’s WORTH program.

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Women have opportunity to increase their family income by saving and getting loans to create or strengthen small businesses. For 400 women in Preah Sihanouk Province, their own savings is their main capital.

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Women of Preah Sihanouk province show that given an opportunity to succeed, anything is possible! In less than 6 months, they have more than doubled their savings and are continuing to grow their loan capital.
English Version
Cambodian women increase their household
income while becoming aware about health
issues that affect them, such as tuberculosis and
HIV/AIDS.
English Version
General Stigma Toolkit
English Version | Khmer Version
Entertainment Workers Toolkit
English Version | Khmer Version
MSM Toolkit
English Version | Khmer Version
Poster Good Hygiene and Sanitation Brings Good Health
English Version

"Living a Positive Life" Documentary
Pact Cambodia
Khmer (With English sub-titles)
This 15 minute documentary talks about the importance of engaging People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Cambodia and decreasing the social vulnerability of potential orphans and vulnerable children of PLHIV parents.

 Living a Positive Life - Khmer Version [external link]

People Living with HIV are Delighted to Get Community Support Poster, June 2006
CPN+ and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This poster is designed to reduce stigma and discrimination against PLHIV by depicting local community members showing support for PLHIV by purchasing goods from them, sharing food and conducting regular home visits. Thirty thousand (29,000 Khmer and 1,000 English) copies of the poster have been distributed across Cambodia through CPN+ and HACC networks, and other organizations and institutions.
PLHIV and Communities Making a Difference Newsletter, August 2006
Pact Cambodia
English Version
This newsletter shares the lessons learned, innovations and successes of Pact Cambodia HIV/AIDS program. The program has been working in partnership for the past four years with the Cambodian People Living with HIV/AIDS (CPN+) and their provincial networks. The newsletter focuses on the components of the program that work to reduce stigma and discrimination against PLHIV and promote community support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) of PLHAs.
PLHIV Action in Promoting Community Support and Community Response to Reducing HIV/AIDS Stigma and Discrimination” Posters, August 2006
Pact Cambodia
English Version
These two posters were presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference organizer in Toronto, Canada on 13-18 August, 2006. The posters share the lessons learned and recommendation from Pact Cambodia's experiences in working with PLHIV and NGO partners.
My Contribution to My Community
CPN+, HACC and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This booklet was designed by the PLHA IEC Working Group (PIWG) under the supervision of CPN+ with technical assistance from Pact. The booklet aims to share experiences of the communities to other people regarding their support to PLHAs.  Thirty thousand (29,000 copies in Khmer and 1,000 copies in English) copies of the booklet will be printed and distributed through CPN+, HACC networks, organizations, institutions, and individuals
My Success Story, August 2005
CPN+, HACC and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This booklet follows the story of a PLHA who used to experience stigma and discrimination from her family and friends and has now become an example of hope and a leader within her community. After learning more about ways of managing her HIV status, she began to share her experiences at public forums, and has since become the Coordinator of Kampong Cham PLHAs Provincial Network.
Helping People Living with HIV/AIDS
Pact, HACC and CPN
English Version
This poster is designed to help reduce stigma and discrimination against PLHAs.  It portrays a PLHA family with King Norodom Sihamoni.
For My Children’s Future, October 2004
CPN+, HACC and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This booklet provides information about the community resources (such as schools, health care centers, and NGOs) that offer assistance to children affected by HIV/AIDS.  The goal of this publication is to assist parents in planning for their children’s future and integration into the community and thereby address issues related to the increasing number of orphans in Cambodia. 

We Participate Together For Our Safety and Society, May 2004
CPN+, HACC and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This booklet discusses Cambodia’s 2002 HIV/AIDS law, and is designed to educate all citizens about the rights of PLHAs and promote positive lives for PLHAs.  Each page in the booklet refers to an article in the law, and quotes it in full at the bottom.

Opportunistic Infection Booklet: Helping Yourself To Have Better Health, October 2003
CPN+, HACC and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
Education and information for People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHAs) about how to recognize and treat the symptoms of Opportunistic Infections.  This booklet is designed for people with minimal reading skills.

Anti-Retroviral Booklet: My Health, My Family's Future, August 2003
CPN+, HACC and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
An introduction to ARV’s, how to manage ARV treatment, and addresses adherence.  This booklet is designed for people with minimal reading skills.

HIV/AIDS Self-Care: Positive Experiences in Self-Care For You and Your Family, April 2003
CPN+, HACC and Pact Cambodia
English Version | Khmer Version
This booklet uses two first person accounts of healthy PLHAs living without access to ARVs to promote positive lifestyle and self-care practices.  This booklet is designed for people with minimal reading skills.

Communication Mapping of IEC Materials for PLWHAS in Cambodia, April 2003
Keang Keo,  Renana Keyenes and Kurt MacLeod
English Version
An overview and analysis of the effectiveness of 164 HIV/AIDS Information Education and Communication (IEC) materials available to PLHAs in Cambodia.  The report also provides recommendations for the design and content of future IEC materials with the goal to increase the accessibility of materials for PLHAs.

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Education and Literacy

Adult Literacy in Cambodia, Research Report, February 2004
Jackie Rosenbloom
English Version
An overview of current adult literacy rates, practices and programs in Cambodia.  The report also discusses issues of best practice and provides recommendations on the development of future programs.
Integration of Teacher's Voices into Education for All in Cambodia: Teacher status, social dialogue and the education sector, January 2004
Karen Knight and Kurt MacLeod
English Version
This publication examines the state of Cambodian education, educational planning, the professional and employment status of teachers, and the extent to which social dialogue does or does not function between teachers, the organizations representing them and educational decision-makers. It concludes with a set of recommendations for policy and institutional improvements.  Integration of Teacher's Voices was written by Pact researchers as part of the ILO’s international campaign on Education for All.

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Trafficking of Women

Preventing Trafficking of Women - A Study of Origin and Vulnerability Factors for Trafficking Victims and Direct Sex Workers in Four Cambodian Cities, December 2004
Lisa Arensen, Gwen Schantz, Meas Thavy, Keo Tha and Chan Dina
English Version

This report presents the findings of research undertaken for Pact Cambodia’s WORTH program for the prevention of trafficking. The aims of the research were to conduct an assessment of the geographic origin of selected trafficked Cambodian women and girls and to explore various vulnerability factors that prompt or precede their entrance into sex work.

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Microfinance

Savings-Led and Self-Help Microfinance in Cambodia - Lessons Learned and Best Practices, August 2004
Mark Pickens, Meas Thavy, Keo Keang
English Version

This report examines three micro-finance programs in Cambodia and draws out out lessons learned and best practices. Its also analyzes the current state of microfinance in Cambodia, and assesses shortfalls in meeting demand in the context of the development of Pact's Women's Empowerment (WORTH) Program.

Youth in Cambodia

Youth In Cambodia
A Force for change...

Cristina Mansfield, Heng Kimhuch, Teresa Elliott

English Version

More than half the population of Cambodia is less than 20 years old, and youth comprisealmost 20% of the total population. Unlike some countries in Southeast Asia where this percentage is expected to decline by 2030, the proportion of youth in the population is expected to peak in 2035 with average annual growth of 0.1% in 2005-2015 and1.0% in 2025-2035.

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