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Cambodia: Adapting to climate change

Faced with the consequences of climate change, which are violently hitting the most vulnerable populations, especially the fishing communities in Cambodia, Aide et Action is developing programs to enable everyone to adapt through quality education. 

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Cambodia: investing in women's entrepreneurship

In Cambodia, Aide et Action supports women's entrepreneurship by providing them with training and materials. This allows marginalized women to test new business ideas, increase their income and build a more equitable society.

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Testimonies: teachers concerned about the impact of COVID on young children's future

Kindergarten in Cambodia is still underdeveloped, especially in rural and marginalized areas. For several years, Aide et Action and its partners have been promoting pre-school care from the earliest age in dedicated centres. But the COVID-19 pandemic has led to the almost immediate closure of these centres. For these vulnerable children, the consequences will be heavy and long-lasting, insists Aide et Action on the occasion of the International Day of Education (24 January).

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Cambodia: Protecting children's rights to education during Covid-19

As Cambodia's primary schools opened their classrooms nationwide on 1 November 2021, the Cambodia Out-of-School Children Consortium has been working behind the scenes during the last eight consecutive months of school closures in the country to ensure children's right to education and a smooth transition back to school.

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Cambodia: providing better living conditions for female teachers

In rural and remote areas of Cambodia, teachers travel long distances or stay in unsuitable accommodation to teach their students. As we celebrate International Teachers' Day 2021, we want to highlight the importance of ensuring that women teachers have safe working conditions as they return to their classrooms.

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COVID-19 border closures put the lives of thousands of cross-border workers at risk

Around the world, the COVID-19 crisis has forced countries to close their borders to protect populations from the virus. But despite its health benefits, this decision has caused great economic hardship for cross-border workers. Their commercial activities and free movement were suddenly prevented. They are now destitute. 

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