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Read a selection of facts and statistics about our work for children in Cambodia.

Cambodia’s Multilingual Education National Action Plan - Fact Sheet
The issue briefs have been produced to provide policy makers and development practitioners an overview summary of the progress and the remaining work that needs to be done to improve results for children, especially the poorest and the most disadvantaged.

Cambodia Issue Briefs
The issue briefs have been produced to provide policy makers and development practitioners an overview summary of the progress and the remaining work that needs to be done to improve results for children, especially the poorest and the most disadvantaged.

Infographic#3: Status of children in Cambodia
This infographic is about protecting children and protecting Cambodia's Future. It shows the percentage of Children in Orphanage, Teenage Pregnancy, Child Labour, Violenc and Migration.

Increasing investment in social protection for poverty reduction and inclusive growth
This policy brief is a result of UNICEF collaboration with Social Protection Coordination Unit through its commissioned research study to University of Maastritch to conduct “Estimation of Rate of Return on Social Protection Instruments in Cambodia".

Infographic#2: Status of children in Cambodia
Access to services is key to inclusive growth: For poor children, distance often affects equitable access to essential social services as they may live in remote areas and not have access to transport.

Infographic#1: Status of children in Cambodia
The infographic describes about the status of children in Cambodia focusing on Immunization, Sanitation, Nutrition, Birth Registration and Education

Residential Care in Cambodia
In recent years, residential care in Cambodia has become increasingly common. Since 2005, there has been a 75 per cent increase in the number of residential care facilities across the country, totalling 269 in 2010.

 

 
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