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Publications

  1.                        JOINT STATEMENT – Phnom Penh, 24 December 2016 Civil society...
  2. This study was carried out as a part of the Safe Cities for Women Campaign, and the target groups for the research included sex workers, garment factory workers and entertainment workers (women...
  3. About 80% of Cambodian territory lies within the Mekong basin, known to have large fluctuations of water levels between the dry and wet seasons. This causes an annual cycle of droughts and floods,...
  4. Launches 9.00am on 11 May 2015 at MetaHouse, Phnom Penh.[For Khmer summary, click here]In 2008, three sugar companies were awarded nearly 20,000 hectares of Economic Land Concessions (ELCs) in Oddar...
  5. Across the world, women experience violence or the fear of violence on a daily basis. International human rights treaties affirm that violence against women violates women’s human rights and...
  6. The Safety Audit Toolkit (SAT) is designed to help ActionAid International and ActionAid country offices to carry out pilot safety audits in five pilot countries: Nepal, Cambodia, Liberia, Ethiopia...
  7. ...How can we bring about real and sustained positive change in the lives of urban and rural women, men, young people and children living in poverty? That’s what we asked ourselves, our partners and...
  8. It is now well recognized that women and girls around the world face violence, sexual harassment and abuse in many of the spaces that they inhabit – their homes, workplaces, educational institutes,...
  9. ActionAid Cambodia implemented supporting the monitoring of aid effectiveness from a gender perspective, in collaboration with UN Women and with funding support from the Spanish ministry of foreign...
  10. A photobook outlining ActionAid's response to the floods which swept through large parts of Cambodia in late 2011.