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In Cambodia, GRET works in three main sectors: agriculture and irrigation, health and nutrition, and water and sanitation. GRET’s volume of activity in Cambodia has remained significant despite the transfer of health microinsurance projects to the government and the drop in public finance to support development in the country.

In 2012, the rural segment of the SKY health microinsurance project implemented for 10 years was transferred to local operators to whom the Ministry of Health has entrusted continued operations. The HIP microinsurance project for textile sector workers was extended until the launch of mandatory health insurance for the formal sector, slated for September 2013.

 


  • The rate of access to potable water supply system in Cambodia is particularly low regardless the existence of numerous private water operators. 21% of Cambodian have access to domestic piped water supply and only 7% in rural area. ...


  • ST-WSP |

    Technical standards for small piped water supply in Cambodia


    Cambodia | 01/06/2015 - 31/08/2016

    Since the last 10 years, the Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia is working to improve access to drinking water. The Ministry of Industry and Handicraft (MIH), which oversees the management networks distribution water supply for urban areas ...


  • Germain Priour

    In Cambodia, over the past two decades, a tremendous amount of formal and informal small enterprises have invested “spontaneously” in unstructured water supply and electricity utilities. However, these enterprises still face problems in technical and financial management. The ...


  • The context In Myanmar and Cambodia, 70 to 80% of the population lives off agriculture. The poorest among these family farmers are not benefitting from the economic growth being experienced by these countries in recent years. GRET has been ...


  • Nutrikhmer |

    Project to Improve Infant Nutrition in Cambodia


    Cambodia | 01/01/2011 - 02/03/2014

    In Cambodia, infant malnutrition affects more than 44% of children under the age of five. Growth retardation and anaemia are closely linked to food quality. Nutrikhmer (a component of the Nutridev programme) contains diverse activities that take advantage ...


  • Increase productivity and sustainability of family scale agriculture (training, irrigation, input supply), improve resilience of family-scale farms to distress situations through safety nets and upraise food availability and nutritive quality on the marke ...



  • Asirri |

    Appui aux associations d’irrigants au Cambodge (en)


    Cambodia | 01/02/2009 - 30/06/2012

    To develop, test and sustain follow-up systems and services to water users in order to reach a sustainable operation of irrigated areas, in three different national contexts: Haiti, Cambo- dia, Mali, taking advantage of their specific experiences to ...


  • HIP |

    Health Microinsurance for Garment Workers


    Cambodia | 01/01/2009 - 30/06/2012

    The HIP project started in January 2009 in partnership with the GMAC (garment sector employers' union) in order to pilot the implementation of the compulsory health component of the National Social Security Fund in 2011 (currently planned in ...


  • Samaki |

    Samaki Project


    Cambodia | 01/01/2008 - 31/12/2011

    The project aims to improve access to water for rural households living in communes whose groundwater is contaminated by naturally-occurring arsenic. Its implementation is ensured within a partnership whose objective is to strengthen two local NGOs, ACAPE ...


  • A l’occasion du 6e Forum mondial de l’eau de Marseille en 2012, ce DVD rassemble la documentation issue de 30 ans d’expérience du Gret sur les différents usages de l’eau (références bibliographiques, capitalisations de projets, guides, vidéos, outils ...


  • Innovations in Services for Irrigation Users


    AVSF,Cedac,Crose,Cudes,Faranfasi so,Fonhadi,ISC,Gret,Iram | Groupe initiatives | 11/2012 | Traverses | 38

    Ensuring that irrigation schemes are sustainable when management is transferred to farmers remains a considerable challenge for food security and economic development. Between the dismantling of public advisory services and unsustainable projects still too often limited to providing ...


Enseignement/recherche
Ferme expérimentale d’APSARA, IRD, Iedes - Paris I, Institut de médecine tropicale d’Anvers (IMT), Center of Evaluation for Global Action, Berkeley (Cega), Basis/Usaid), Domrei Research and Consulting, au Cambodge.

Institutions publiques et collectivités locales
Ministères cambodgiens des Affaires étrangères (MoU), de l’Industrie des Mines et de l’Energie (MoU), du Commerce, de l’Agriculture, de la Forêt et des Pêches, des Affaires Féminines (MoWA), de l’Economie et des Finances, de la Santé, du Travail et de la Formation Professionnelle. Bureau Provincial de l’Agriculture, Régie des Eaux de Kampot, Administrations provinciales de Kampot et Kratie, Fonds National de la Sécurité Sociale (NSSF)

Opérateurs/ONG/Bureaux d’études

Cambodian Institute for Research and Rural Development (Cird), Cedac, Acape, Rain water Cambodia, VBNK, SBC (Solidarité Bretagne Cambodge), Srer Khmer, Mekong Rain, PNSA (Prek Leab National School of Agriculture), ISC, CIDR, Croix rouge Suisse

Organismes professionneles, groupements, organisations paysannes

Kampot pepper promotion association, Kampong Speu palm sugar promotion association, Prey Nup Polders Users Community, Stung Chinit FWUC, GMAC (Garment Manufacturer Association of Cambodia.
Collectifs et Réseaux
Medicam, NGO Forum, CARD, Watsan sector group, NNP,

Entreprises

PPM

 

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