Oxfam in Cambodia

Oxfam has been promoting a System of Rice Intensification (SRI) system to help Cambodia rice farmers increase their yields. Photo: Patrick Brown/Oxfam America

What we're doing

We've been working to change lives here for over three decades, teaming up with local partners, community groups and the government. Since we're experts in providing clean water and sanitation facilities - and because poor sanitation causes 6,000 deaths a year in Cambodia - we are always working to improve people's awareness of hygiene issues, in addition to delivering practical support for healthy living.

Our work in Cambodia also focuses on closing the increasing gap between rich and poor. There are several ways in which we do this, including supporting people to earn a fair living and making sure that vital resources and opportunities can be accessed by everybody. Put simply, we're working towards a healthier future for all.

Full details of what Oxfam is doing in Cambodia (PDF, 185KB)

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Related reports and papers

Day in a life - Oxfam Cambodia Health Volunteer

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In 2012-13 Oxfam helped:

250,000
people in
Cambodia