• Social Protection Report
    Jan 11, 2018

    This study explores activist approaches to social protection, through interventions that tackle poverty by addressing the multiple dimensions of economic exclusion of the rural extreme poor in Cambodia. It explores the potential of so-called graduation packages, which consist of a combination of transfers of productive assets, vocational training and cash payments.

  • Human Development Report 2016
    Mar 22, 2017

    The 2016 Human Development Report is the latest in the series of global Human Development Reports published by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) since 1990 as independent, analytically and empirically grounded discussions of major development issues, trends and policies.

  • Case study - Monks Community Forest
    Feb 5, 2016

    Monks Community Forest is an 18,261 ha evergreen forest in northwest Cambodia. In response to widespread deforestation, the monks of Samraong Pagoda acquired legal protection of the forest, established patrol teams, demarcated the Forest’s boundaries, and raised environmental awareness among local communities.

  • Human Development Report 2015
    Dec 23, 2015

    The 2015 Human Development Report ‘Work for Human Development’ examines the links, both positive and negative, between work and human development in a rapidly changing world of work. Fast globalization, technological revolution, demographic transitions and many other factors are creating new opportunities, but also posing risks. The report examines how the benefits of this new world of work are not equally distributed, generating winners and losers.

  • CCBAP Case Studies Report 2015
    Nov 17, 2015

    The case study report is to show two successful examples of a community based adaptation project of the Small Grants Programme in Cambodia.

  • NAPA Project Annual Report 2012
    May 29, 2015

    The NAPA project offers adaptation options to improve farmers’ livelihoods that later raise their capacity to cope with climate change impacts.

  • Competitiveness and Linkages in Cambodia’s Manufacturing Sector
    May 1, 2015

    Cambodia has achieved remarkable development over the past decades. The economy has grown impressively on average at 7.7 percent over the period 1993-2013, making it one of the best performing economies in the world. Robust economic growth has significantly contributed to poverty reduction. Poverty rate declined from around 53 percent in 2004 to less than 20 percent now.

  • Curbing Private Tutoring and Informal Fees in Cambodia’s Basic Education
    Jan 12, 2015

    Publication summary Informal fees threaten the quality of education, thwart the principle of equal access, and undermine the integrity of Cambodia’s basic education system. Private tutoring organized by the school, while providing short-term educational benefits to students and serving as a source of additional income for teachers, does not solve any fundamental problems associated with the study program, teachers’ abilities, or the quality of instruction.

  • Human Capital Dynamics and Industrial Transition in Cambodia
    Jan 4, 2015

    The Rectangular Strategy Phase III (2013-2018) reaffirms once again the commitment of the Royal Government of Cambodia in reducing poverty and ensuring sustainable, inclusive and equitable growth through diversifying the economic base and improving human capital and good governance. Cambodia has made impressive achievements in its development with the economy growing (1993 to 2013) at an annual average of 7.7 percent, making it one of the fastest growing economies in ASEAN and Asia. This has contributed significantly to reducing poverty, which now stands below 20 percent compared to 47.8 percent in 2007, and brought the country to the edge of graduating to lower-middle-income country status.

  • Adaptive Social Protection in Cambodia
    Jan 1, 2015

    Social protection, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation are three communities of practices that were developed with the main objective of reducing the impacts of shocks and hazards on individuals and communities. To date, however, these three streams seem unaware of their commonalities and overlapping agendas, and unable to overcome institutional constraints and poor communication. As a consequence, little cross-fertilisation has been occurring in most of the countries.

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