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  • Organisation

    The Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD) association takes its roots from the Women’s Association of Cambodia, a nationwide organisation, established in 1978.  Based on its countrywide structure, the institution has successfully implemented various programmes familiar with poverty reduction and women empowerment. Women are the key players to be mentioned as educators, negotiators, facilitators and coordinators of the projects. Women are also the direct beneficiary and are able to educate or discuss with partners, friends and families effectively. Thus, a general congresss was held in 1999, a new constitution was formulated, its organisational formation redefined, and major reforms in management was instituted and offered a new name to WAC, as Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD).

    Vision: All people living in happiness, healthy, justice, peace, development, and respect for the equal rights of men and women.

    Mission: Promote the status of women in Cambodia, building confidence in own capacity to become independent leaders who have access to equitable resources and interests from active involvement in social,cultural, economic, and political activities at national, sub-national, and international levels.

    • Organisation

      The Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD) association takes its roots from the Women’s Association of Cambodia, a nationwide organisation, established in 1978.  Based on its countrywide structure, the institution has successfully implemented various programmes familiar with poverty reduction and women empowerment. Women are the key players to be mentioned as educators, negotiators, facilitators and coordinators of the projects. Women are also the direct beneficiary and are able to educate or discuss with partners, friends and families effectively. Thus, a general congresss was held in 1999, a new constitution was formulated, its organisational formation redefined, and major reforms in management was instituted and offered a new name to WAC, as Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD).

      Vision: All people living in happiness, healthy, justice, peace, development, and respect for the equal rights of men and women.

      Mission: Promote the status of women in Cambodia, building confidence in own capacity to become independent leaders who have access to equitable resources and interests from active involvement in social,cultural, economic, and political activities at national, sub-national, and international levels.

    • Project

      This project envisages the use of mobile technology, supported with community engagement and peer led approaches to result in improved knowledge and service access.  CWPD partners with MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child, based in New Delhi (India) to develop and implement the technology based SRH/HIV convergence health and rights programme to reach vulnerable Female Entertainment Workers (FEWs) in Cambodia. This initiative is specifically focused on FEWs in the age group of 18-35 years in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The project is an evidence based and peer driven application solution which aims at creating a sustainable impact at the level of the community and that of the health systems. CWPD envisions this as an opportunity to bring closer to home innovative and mobile based interventions (non-traditional approaches) to motivate and engage with the vulnerable FEW communities for their improved SRH/HIV outcomes.  MAMTA, having atechnical support role, engages which has been recognized in South Asia region for their work on sexual reproductive health and rights of marginalised communities and their vast experience in system strengthening (nationally and internationally).

  • Project

    This project envisages the use of mobile technology, supported with community engagement and peer led approaches to result in improved knowledge and service access.  CWPD partners with MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child, based in New Delhi (India) to develop and implement the technology based SRH/HIV convergence health and rights programme to reach vulnerable Female Entertainment Workers (FEWs) in Cambodia. This initiative is specifically focused on FEWs in the age group of 18-35 years in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The project is an evidence based and peer driven application solution which aims at creating a sustainable impact at the level of the community and that of the health systems. CWPD envisions this as an opportunity to bring closer to home innovative and mobile based interventions (non-traditional approaches) to motivate and engage with the vulnerable FEW communities for their improved SRH/HIV outcomes.  MAMTA, having atechnical support role, engages which has been recognized in South Asia region for their work on sexual reproductive health and rights of marginalised communities and their vast experience in system strengthening (nationally and internationally).

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