Cambodia

Oxfam - Cambodia - Indigenous Peoples - Land Rights
Learn how Oxfam and partners are supporting communities of indigenous peoples in Cambodia to protect their forest & land resources and claim their rights to these natural resources for their sustainable livelihoods.
Oxfam in Cambodia - Chhin Saren
An integrated approach to a family farm increases income and turns a shy farmer into a teacher for the community By Chris Hufstader | June 2019 In the dry winter months in Pursat province, the rice fields lie flat, brown, and barren, and the wind whips dust around. Under the bright-blue, sunny...
Oxfam in Asia - Publications - Cambodia - Women Key to Mekong Future and Prosperity
Gender equality and women’s participation must be at the forefront of enhancing joint efforts to achieve the SDGs in the Mekong River Basin. It is time for the MRC and member countries to act upon their commitments for a more inclusive and sustainable management of the Mekong River Basin.
Oxfam in Asia - Mekong Water Governance - Less Fishes to Catch in Srepok River
The recent drop in the fish catch in Srepok river, a major tributary of the Mekong river, causes struggle to the livelihoods of fisherfolk in Lumphat village of Ratanakiri, Cambodia. Oxfam works with local partners to help communities, share knowledge, and provide opportunities for dialogue with...
Oxfam in Asia - GRAISEA Programme - Stories of Change - Responsible Business Practices: Cambodia's Changing Business Landscape
In Cambodia, Oxfam and the GRAISEA programme, together with private companies and CSOs, set up the CSR Platform Cambodia to facilitate sharing of resources and best practices that can help businesses become more socially responsible.
Oxfam in Asia - Cambodia - Five Year Social Protection Program
Oxfam in Cambodia launches Inclusive and Equitable Social Protection for Marginalized Workers in ASEAN Program aimed to promote decent work, reduce poverty, and increase inclusive development.
Oxfam in Asia - Cambodia - Building Community Fisheries to Safeguard Livelihood and Fish Stocks
A mega hydropower dam on a fragile river in norther Cambodia threatens fish stocks and the indigenous communities that depend on them.
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