We're improving health for families in Cambodia
ADRA’s holistic programming approach to health includes mental, physical and spiritual well-being. This approach includes ensuring that the determinants of health are addressed sufficiently in working with communities so they can survive and thrive. Key to this is ensuring that households and communities, particularly women, have access to clean water and sanitation, adequate and nutritious foods, and adequate and timely health care services. Psychosocial care is also important. It is equally important to focus on promoting healthy lifestyles by working with people to impart knowledge and create behavior change on in areas such as hygiene, healthy diets, exercise and abstinence from substance abuse.
Kompong Thom, Preah Vihear and Stung Treng Province, September 2021 – August 2027
Increased enjoyment of health-related rights by the most marginalized adolescent girls, women and U5 children with intersecting identities in indigenous, remote or resettlement settings in Kompong Thom, Preah Vihear and Stung Treng provinces of Cambodia.
Pursat Province, July 2019 – June 2024
Improved family financial security and well-being for poor and vulnerable households in Bakan District, Pursat Province, Cambodia
Adventist Community Services (ACS) / Total Member Involvement
The Adventist Community Services/ Total Member Involvement project works throughout Cambodia within 36 church and school groups from June 2019 until December 2022.
Kompong Thom Province, February 2020 – January 2023
The project ultimate outcome is Improved nutrition for 20,000 household members (11,250 females), particularly Women of Reproductive Age (WRA) and boys and girls under-2 in the target villages of Baray-Santuk Operational District of Kompong Thom Province.