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View a selection of photo stories about UNICEF Cambodia's work for children.
Promoting good hygiene and sanitation practices
Last year, Cambodia experienced flash floods where it was reported that 350,274 households (over 1.64 million people, including 700,000 children) were affected. The most affected provinces were Kandal, Kampong Cham, Kampong Thom, Kratie and Prey Veng.
School Based Sanitation Programme
In Cambodia, 20% of primary schools do not have toilets. UNICEF is working in partnership with the non-governmental organization, Borda, to provide new water and sanitation facilities in schools.
Basic training for teachers in teaching children with hearing impairment
UNICEF in partnership with Krousar Thmey - School for the Deaf, and with funds from IKEA Australia, recently supported pre-school teachers from Kampong Thom province and Prey Veng province, to attend a four week training course...
Children in Rehabilitation Centre
UNICEF supports NGO Goutte D'eau Rehabilitation Samarkum Centre in Poipet City, North-West of Cambodia (Border with Thailand)
UNICEF works to enrol children from minority ethnic groups into primary education in Mondul Kiri, north-east province of Cambodia
Landmine risk education
Cambodia remains one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. UNICEF assists mine victims, especially children, supporting their reintegration into school and their communities.