Partners

CARE aims to continually multiply the impact of its work. This includes influencing government policy, replicating approaches that work and empowering individuals and communities to continue successful actions. 

 

Within Cambodia, CARE works in partnership with the private sector, local organisations and other international organisations. CARE Cambodia also maintains good relationships with government ministries and local authorities.

 

CARE's technical expertise makes it well placed to build the capacity of local partners. This can take the form of organisational capacity development or the provision of high-quality training packages and materials which can be implemented by local organisations.

 

CARE has a proven record of developing successful models which can be adopted by government or the private sector. Examples include the integration of multilingual education approaches into the formal education system and the development of a comprehensive workplace sexual harassment policy in collaboration with garment factory managers. 

 

By advocating for replication and expansion of proven approaches, CARE aims to influence broader social change in Cambodia.

 

Partner organisations in Cambodia

Previous partners include:

  • Action for Health Development (AHEAD)

  • Advocacy and Policy Institute (API)

  • Aide et Action (AEA)

  • Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT)

  • The Affiliated Network for Social Accountability-Cambodia (ANSA) 

  • Cambodian Agency Development of Disability and the Poor (CADDP)

  • Cambodian Civil Society Partnership (CCSP)

  • Cambodian Community Development (CCD-Kratie)

  • Community Development Center (CDC)

  • Children and Women Development Centre in Cambodia (CWDCC)

  • Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD)

  • Centre d’Etude et de Développement Agricole Cambodgien (CEDAC)

  • Coalition for Integrity and Social Accountability (CISA)

  • Family Health Development (FHD)

  • Genesis  Community of Transformation (GCT)

  • Health and Development Alliance (HEAD)

  • Indigenous People's Health Improvement Association (IPHIA)

  • International Labour Organisation

  • Kampuchean Action for Primary Education (KAPE)

  • Khmer Association For Development of Country-Side Cambodia (KAFDOC)

  • Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW)

  • Marie Stopes Cambodia

  • Minority Rights Organization (MIRO)

  • Mlup Promviheathor Center (MPC)

  • Mondulkiri  Indigenous People's Association for Development (MIPAD)

  • My Villages (MVi)

  • Nak Akphivath Sahakum (NAS)

  • Occupation of Rural Economic Development and Agriculture (OREDA)

  • People Health Development Association (PHD)

  • Plan International

  • Prom Vihear Thor (PVT)

  • Solidarity Association of Beer Promoters in Cambodia (SABC)

  • Save the Children Cambodia

  • Save Vulnerable Cambodians (SVC)

  • Sipar

  • Team4Tech

  • Youth Council of Cambodia (YCC)

  • Cambodia Business Coalition on AIDS (CBCA)

  • Farmer Livelihood development (FLD)

  • iDE Cambodia

  • Mines Advisory Group (MAG)

  • MEDIA One

  • Mith Samlanh

  • Srer Khmer

 

CARE also maintains good working relationships with UN and private sector organisations including:

 

Government partners

CARE works closely with a number of key government departments, including:

  • Ministry of Agriculture

  • Ministry of Education, Youth & Sport

  • Ministry of Health

  • Ministry of Interior

  • Ministry of Labor & Vocational Training

  • Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology

  • Ministry of Women's Affairs

  • National Committee for Disaster Management

  • National Committee for Sub-national Democratic Development

 

CARE also works with other government institutions at provincial, district, commune and village levels. As we all the line departments of the above ministries, these include provincial Departments of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and Provincial Departments of Rural Development.  

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