Global one youth activities in cambodia
Global One's Mission is to build relationships between Australians and communities affected by poverty and create life changing connections through active experience of World Vision's work in the field.
Phnom penh crown fc joins hands in reducing malnutrition
World Vision and Phom Penh Crown FC are calling for government to take action to address this urgent issue through increasing funding, and providing better coordination and leadership, and general public to stand for child nutrition.
Nutrition and Income - Youth Action 2014
Kun Chenda, a 23 year old university student in Phnom Penh Cambodia, tells his story of how malnutrition impacted his life and what he is doing to make a change for the next generation.
Khieu Sansana supports child health now campaign
Ms. Khieu Sansana is one of Cambodia’s most famous MCs. After being involved in the launch of World Vision Cambodia’s Child Health Now campaign in 2013, she is keen to continue supporting the campaign.
World Vision Asia Pacific - Who We Are
For over 60 years, World Vision has worked with the poorest and most vulnerable in the Asia Pacific. Today we work in 23 countries across the region supported by 15,000 staff. Yet our work is a personal mission. We are people from all over the globe, united by our dedication to children and their development. It's what defines us.
Child Health Now Campaign Launched
On September 17, World Vision launches Child Health Now Campaign to combat child malnutrition. The three-year campaign calls for everyone to look and think again about how they can help end malnutrition in Cambodia.
ON THE GROUND WITH WORLD VISION
Banteay Meanchy is one among three worst flood-affected provinces in Cambodia. 3,933 families within the entire province have been evacuated to higher ground. To see how World Vision is assessing this situation, watch this short report from Preah Netr Preah ADP Manager, Chhun Vattey.
ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF FIGHTING POVERTY IN AN URBAN CONTEXT
World Vision talks about some of the issues and challenges of fighting poverty and injustice in an urban setting.
real life transformation
What does combating poverty and injustice look like in Cambodia? Steve Cooke highlights the issues and introduces some of the children and families whose lives have been transformed by World Vision's work.
World Vision Cambodia's inclusive approach to disability
Tharith is 1 of 26 staff living with disabilities and working for World Vision Cambodia. Through his effort, he manages to build his strength and confidence. World Vision has conducted several projects to empower and integrate young people with disabilities so that they can be active citizens and experience a full life in Cambodia.