Blogs

Resilience

We are focusing on vulnerable small-scale woman farmers in selected areas, to better prepare and enable them to cope with climate change and natural disasters, especially floods and droughts.

BlocRice launching
Today, Oxfam launches its first project in Cambodia called Blockchain for Livelihood from Organic Cambodian Rice​ (BlocRice) at the Institut Francais du Cambodge. There are 70 participants coming from private sector, civil society organization, University and media. This the first pilot project in...
In our region, we’ve seen remarkable economic growth over recent decades; in less than five decades, the gross domestic product (GDP) has climbed from $37.6 billion in 1970 to $2.6 trillion in 2016, driven mainly by the exponential growth of private sector enterprise. In the past two decades, over...
Joining MOEYs to break Guinness World Record
Today Oxfam and partner organization joined in partnership with Ministry of Education Youth and Sport (MoEYS) to break Guinness World Record by gathering 2,500 youth to the largest practical business seminar at Koh Pich. The event also aim to raise awareness about entrepreneurship and to promote...
Onn's 25-year with Oxfam
Without Oxfam I won’t have today, I won’t be able to support my three children for a higher education. They’ve grown up now. They are working as Accountant at EU, IT specialist at World Food Program and Lawyer. They are all married and have their own house. I have four...
Learning from experiences in Cambodia on Oxfam Saving-Lead Microfinance Program within more than one decade, women in rural communities could access to the household’s money on the family’s behalf. However, as the main income earners and household heads, men are mostly still expected to...
Subscribe to Blogs