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“Gender equality is more than a goal in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the challenges of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance." - Kofi Annan (former United Nations Secretary General)....

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On 20 February 2019, Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen called on farmers to halt rice farming during the dry season this year due to the drought. “I want to call on all authorities to advise all people not to do dry-season rice farming. Please do farming only one time this year because we do not have enough water.” Adding that Cambodia will face severe drought and water shortages this year...

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“More than a year we have worked in Thailand, yet we have nothing” a daughter called and told her mother, while she and her husband were working as migrant workers in Thailand. They had migrated to Thailand in hope of earning a good income, so that they could pay off their debt and support their son in Cambodia, who lived with his grandmother...

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There is a Khmer proverb that says: “You can break one stick, but you cannot break a bundle of sticks”. This means that as individuals, people are vulnerable. But as a group of citizens, people are stronger. Likewise in development work, it is hard for individuals to address social problems alone and to achieve significant impact. But when groups of people are working together...

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Everything they (ICC-FAST project) do is good for people, the village and commune”, said one of the commune chiefs in Svay Rieng province. Before ICC-FAST project (Family and School Transformation) came to this province, community people rarely performed any livelihood activities at home, such as home gardening, raising livestock, and growing rice by using modern agriculture techniques...

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Poverty is the root cause of many issues, such as human trafficking and illegal migration. In Cambodia, this problem often happens in the grassroots rural community where many people are still living under or just above the poverty-line. This is especially true at ICC-Trafficking Response project target areas in Preah Sdach district where many youth are migrating through legal and illegal means, to look for job opportunities in neighbouring countries such as Thailand. Due to this growing concern, the local authorities welcomed the move by the Trafficking Response project for their outreach program which is training on human trafficking, safe migration, and other soft skills to the public school students.

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