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Watch a selection of videos about our work with children.

Field Diary: Seeing first-hand how iodized salt eliminates iodine deficiency disorder in Cambodia
In 1997, Bona Khoy was a UNICEF Communication Assistant documenting the impact of iodine deficiency disorder in Cambodia. Now a Communication Officer, he recently revisited one family and saw first-hand how iodised salt had a made a difference...

Cambodia: Water and Sanitation on a big screen
After heavy flooding in Cambodia's Kandal province in 2011, the poorest households were especially prone to the problems caused by floods, with very low access to safe drinking water sources and sanitation facilities and a lack of good hygiene...

Beyond Barriers
While Cambodia has improved key health indicators for mothers and children over the last 10 years, infants born in rural areas are three times more likely to die during their first year of life than infants born in urban communities.

Complementary Feeding Karaoke
This 3 mins karaoke is part of the UNICEF-supported complementary feeding campaign in Cambodia to encourage mothers and caregivers to provide young children (6 -24 months) with adequate nutrition from a combination of complementary food and breast milk.

Arsenic: An Invisible Poison
Flooding occurs annually in about half of Cambodia's 24 provinces. There is a lot of water but most of it is not drinkable. Over two million people living in a densely populated areas along the Mekong, Tonle Sap and Tonle Bassac Rivers.

Community Care of Mothers and Newborns in Cambodia
Cambodia has made impressive gains in reducing child and infant mortality. Yet neo-natal mortality or death of children in the first 28 days of life has remained high and accounts for about half of all deaths of children under five.

Out of school children in Cambodia
In Cambodia, among over 14 millions population, about 41 per cent are under 18 years old. Marginalized families remain a fundamental criteria that needs to be highlighed in various programme development plans.

Advancing Child Rights through Local Governance
With the support from UNICEF, Commune Council implementing their duties in order to address social needs of Cambodian women and children.

Buddhist monks assist HIV-affected in Cambodia
UNICEF correspondent RobMcBride reports on efforts made by Buddhist monks to support families affected by HIV in Cambodia

Most At Risk Young People
The research process and main findings of the national survey on young people's behaviours related to sex, drugs and alcohol use in 'hot spots' in eight provinces in Cambodia.

Uninformed Practices
Uninformed Practices is a video documentary created to raise awareness about maternal and newborn health care in Cambodia. The film was produced by the Child Survival section, UNICEF Cambodia.

HELP UNICEF Put it Right for Sreynet
Street children like Sreynet are effectively ignored by society they have little say in deciding their future and few opportunities to express their feelings and concerns to people with the power to help.

Improving Maternal Health in Cambodia
Richard Bridle, Head of UNICEF Cambodia, describes efforts to help the country meet the UN's Millennium Development Goals, including on maternal health and water and sanitation.

UNICEF: Help for victims of sexual exploitation in Cambodia
In the rural village of Prolet, 17-year-old Phlat sits on the bare floor of her simple timber and thatch house and recounts the trauma she has had to overcome after being sexually assaulted.

Ante-Natal Care in Cambodia
Most signification change of ante-natal care in Cambodia has improved the old practice from home delivery with a traditional birth attendant to midwife at Health Center. It's a life threatening for mothers seeking traditional birth delivery.

Community Pre-schools
UNICEF partners with local government to prioritize construction of community pre-schools that promote early learning opportunities for children, especially those who live in rural areas.



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