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E.g., 03/25/2019
E.g., 03/25/2019
Entertainment workers, Social Protectin For The Informal Workers
In Cambodia, there are around 70,000 (75% female) entertainment workers including massage​ workers, restaurant workers, and beer promotion workers as well as those working in hotels and casinos. Some laws and policies have been put in place to improve the situation of the entertainment workers e.g...
Street vendor, informal workers
In Cambodia, like many other countries in the world, there is a rapidly increasing amount of street vending or trading because it is an important source of work and income for many poor ouseholds. A street vendor is broadly defined as a person who offers goods for sale to the general public without...
Sub-Contracted Garment Workers are workers who are typically employed on a piece-rate basis (i.e. cost per part of garment) or by doing high season work in sub contractors’ enterprises which are operated from private homes, warehouses or industrial buildings, or in factories. Sub-Contracted Garment...
Domestic workers
Domestic workers are persons who work within an employer's household. They perform a variety of household services for an individual or a family, from providing care for children and elderly dependents to housekeeping, including cleaning and household maintenance. Domestic workers are currently...
Pineeh PInooh, issue 1
We want Pineeh Pinooh to contribute to knowledge sharing and learning with regard to Cambodia’s socio-economic and democratic developments. It therefore seeks to work with our partners and supporters, donors as well as fellow Oxfam colleagues, to better share lessons learned and tell impact stories...
Cambodia’s development in the last two decades has been impressive. With sustained economic growth rate of 7.6% between 1994-2015, the country has become a lower middle-income country in 2015. Poverty has been significantly reduced and many people, specially youth, have become more connected and...
Background and Rationale Voice is a consortium between Oxfam Novib (Netherlands) and Hivos whereby funding is made available by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs to target the most marginalised and discriminated groups. Oxfam in Cambodia delivers Voice project on behalf of this consortium. This...
Voice aims to strengthen the capacity for influencing of civil society organisations and representatives of the most marginalized and discriminated people. In effort to Leave No One Behind, Voice wants to empower these groups to have their voices heard and respected, using innovative ideas in the...
Drop-In-Center, Women's Network for Unity
Women’s Networks for Unity (WNU) is operating two Drop in Centers (DiC) in Phnom Penh, Tralok Bek and Svay Pak, for sex workers. Both places are internationally infamous for its collection of brothels, and karaoke bars that exploit young Vietnamese, Cambodian women and young children for sex. It is...
TukTuk Groups, IDEA
The Democracy of Informal Economy Association (IDEA) was established in 2005 as an informal worker association to protect and promote rights and interest of marginalized informal workers in Cambodia. Since it was established IDEA has become the first workers’ association to actively work to improve...

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