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  • Organisation

    KHEN is a Cambodian non-government, not-for-profit, non-political, non-religious, equal opportunity, a child-safe organisation focusing on education and child rights in rural Battambang Province. KHEN is a local NGO and certified Child Safe Organization based in Battambang Province, Cambodia. They work to promote child rights, accessible, inclusive and quality education and protection of vulnerable children, so that they can develop to their full potential. KHEN#s approach is rights-based inclusive development in partnership with target beneficiaries. KHEN focuses on those most vulnerable # the poor, the remote, those with disabilities, those from minority groups, and girls/women.

    KHEN’s mission is to work with children and their communities in rural and remote areas of Battambang province to ensure that the rights of all children are fulfilled through access to quality and comprehensive education for a better life. KHEN’s value is to support communities to develop healthy, safe, and secure environments, with access to education for all children, so they can develop to their full potential. In all KHEN’s work, we are guided by our core values of responsiveness, quality, collaboration, and accountability.

    • Organisation

      KHEN is a Cambodian non-government, not-for-profit, non-political, non-religious, equal opportunity, a child-safe organisation focusing on education and child rights in rural Battambang Province. KHEN is a local NGO and certified Child Safe Organization based in Battambang Province, Cambodia. They work to promote child rights, accessible, inclusive and quality education and protection of vulnerable children, so that they can develop to their full potential. KHEN#s approach is rights-based inclusive development in partnership with target beneficiaries. KHEN focuses on those most vulnerable # the poor, the remote, those with disabilities, those from minority groups, and girls/women.

      KHEN’s mission is to work with children and their communities in rural and remote areas of Battambang province to ensure that the rights of all children are fulfilled through access to quality and comprehensive education for a better life. KHEN’s value is to support communities to develop healthy, safe, and secure environments, with access to education for all children, so they can develop to their full potential. In all KHEN’s work, we are guided by our core values of responsiveness, quality, collaboration, and accountability.

    • Project

      Based on learning reflection and impact from previous Voice-funded project, “Rising Up!” project is designed with aims to strengthen the capacity of the Women with Disability Leadership, Advocacy and Network (WWD-LAN) to be stronger with effective work to represent their rightsholder group of women disability in Cambodia. This is the first women with disability movement in Cambodia that intend to continue building their leadership and advocacy skills for their existing member and beyond. Their dream is to officially register this women with disability network as an organization and a platform to address the issues of women with disabilities and hold duty bearers accountable.
      Their approaches to reach their dream, firstly; they expect to engage more women with disability members, widening its reach include women with disabilities from across other rightsholder groups (Elderly, LGBTQI and indigenous communities). Secondly, enhancing the network’s existing bank of knowledge and skills to increase their confidence to advocate for the rights of women with disabilities in access to healthcare services, particularly on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), mental health, and Gender-Based Violence (GBV). And, finally, continue building strategic alliances and productive partnerships with local and government agencies, CSOs and NGOs, as a way of ensuring the most effective representation for its rightsholder groups and access to a comprehensive set of services.

      This project 24 months project is expected to implement in Takeo and Battambang provinces but not limited to their networking members from 17 provinces.

  • Project

    Based on learning reflection and impact from previous Voice-funded project, “Rising Up!” project is designed with aims to strengthen the capacity of the Women with Disability Leadership, Advocacy and Network (WWD-LAN) to be stronger with effective work to represent their rightsholder group of women disability in Cambodia. This is the first women with disability movement in Cambodia that intend to continue building their leadership and advocacy skills for their existing member and beyond. Their dream is to officially register this women with disability network as an organization and a platform to address the issues of women with disabilities and hold duty bearers accountable.
    Their approaches to reach their dream, firstly; they expect to engage more women with disability members, widening its reach include women with disabilities from across other rightsholder groups (Elderly, LGBTQI and indigenous communities). Secondly, enhancing the network’s existing bank of knowledge and skills to increase their confidence to advocate for the rights of women with disabilities in access to healthcare services, particularly on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), mental health, and Gender-Based Violence (GBV). And, finally, continue building strategic alliances and productive partnerships with local and government agencies, CSOs and NGOs, as a way of ensuring the most effective representation for its rightsholder groups and access to a comprehensive set of services.

    This project 24 months project is expected to implement in Takeo and Battambang provinces but not limited to their networking members from 17 provinces.

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