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E.g., 08/10/2022
E.g., 08/10/2022
The Fisher Folks Making Circular Economy Work For The Western Tonle Sap Lake (CAPFISH/FOSTER) project, facilitated through a consortium of 15 organizations led by Oxfam, is a three-and-a-half-year program funded by the European Union Delegation (EUD) which focuses on improving the resilience,...
The ultimate aim of Oxfam is to see Cambodians being empowered to hold the government and others with power accountable so that they can exercise their rights to build a resilient society, free from poverty and injustice. To achieve this, Oxfam employs a two-pronged approach: empowering civil...
In recent years, Cambodia has seen significant positive progress in the development of its social protection agenda, which aims to be more inclusive and better address the needs of the most vulnerable. As the country’s largest formal sector employer, the garment and footwear sector has been at the...
While the Tonle Sap (TS) Lake is one of the top four fishery production areas in the world and contributes to the majority of Cambodia’s freshwater fish production, the lake and its basin are under increasing pressure from climate change (CC), illegal over-exploitation of fisheries, deforestation...
The project will also bring voices of vulnerable Cambodians to the forefront to support the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC)’s ambition to build a more shock responsive social protection system. Without clear and effective communication on the various COVID-19 social protection measures announced...
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