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  • Organisation

    The community-based Representative Self-Help Disabilities Organisation Batheay (RSDOB) was established on June 15, 2006, with the support of local authorities and is registered with the Ministry of Interior in 2009. RSDOB was formed by 45 people with disabilities who share common issues and needs from 9 self-help groups, focusing on the basic rights of people with disabilities and to reduce and eliminate discrimination.

    The organisation also works on influencing all key stakeholders from the state and private sector, including commune council members of Me Pring commune to include and prioritise the issues and needs of people with disabilities into the commune investment plan (CIP).

    Their vision is to see people with disabilities who live in Kampong Cham province have equal rights to access all social services and social participation. Their mission is to create the organisational structure to advocate for equal rights and raising awareness on the rights of people with disability, prevention of all form of rights abuse on people with disabilities, build capacity and confidence of people with disability who live in their village and commune.

    • Organisation

      The community-based Representative Self-Help Disabilities Organisation Batheay (RSDOB) was established on June 15, 2006, with the support of local authorities and is registered with the Ministry of Interior in 2009. RSDOB was formed by 45 people with disabilities who share common issues and needs from 9 self-help groups, focusing on the basic rights of people with disabilities and to reduce and eliminate discrimination.

      The organisation also works on influencing all key stakeholders from the state and private sector, including commune council members of Me Pring commune to include and prioritise the issues and needs of people with disabilities into the commune investment plan (CIP).

      Their vision is to see people with disabilities who live in Kampong Cham province have equal rights to access all social services and social participation. Their mission is to create the organisational structure to advocate for equal rights and raising awareness on the rights of people with disability, prevention of all form of rights abuse on people with disabilities, build capacity and confidence of people with disability who live in their village and commune.

    • Project

      The project Economic Empowerment of People with Disabilities establishes a network of people with disabilities to influence the commune council to consider challenges (health and education) faced by people with disabilities and include them in the commune investment plan.
      RSDOB uses a Twin Track Approach by strengthening the capacity of the network of people with disabilities at village level and to promote dialogue between the authorities and persons with disabilities to understand their issues and service requirements.

      The project addresses two key priorities: First, the concerns and issues of people with disabilities have not been included in the decision-making on policy at a sub-national level. Second, it lacks mechanisms to promote access to health services and vocational education services for people with disabilities while these public services need to be equitable and inclusive.  In order to address these priorities, there is a need to include them in the three-year rolling investment programme for Kampong Cham province as well as the Three-Year Implementation Plan (IP3) to respond to the need of people with disabilities to access to health services and vocational education services.

  • Project

    The project Economic Empowerment of People with Disabilities establishes a network of people with disabilities to influence the commune council to consider challenges (health and education) faced by people with disabilities and include them in the commune investment plan.
    RSDOB uses a Twin Track Approach by strengthening the capacity of the network of people with disabilities at village level and to promote dialogue between the authorities and persons with disabilities to understand their issues and service requirements.

    The project addresses two key priorities: First, the concerns and issues of people with disabilities have not been included in the decision-making on policy at a sub-national level. Second, it lacks mechanisms to promote access to health services and vocational education services for people with disabilities while these public services need to be equitable and inclusive.  In order to address these priorities, there is a need to include them in the three-year rolling investment programme for Kampong Cham province as well as the Three-Year Implementation Plan (IP3) to respond to the need of people with disabilities to access to health services and vocational education services.

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