Lisa and her sister

Restoring Hope In the Midst of a Pandemic

“Before COVID-19, I ate the chicken stew, but after the disease outbreak, I have been surviving on rice with soya sauce. My parents used to regularly send me 100,000 to 150,000 Riels (US dollars $24 - $36). However, after COVID-19, my parents rarely send me the money because it’s hard and they have no money to spare,” says Lisa.

Hidden Hero for Citizens
I am for my citizen

Hidden Hero for Citizens


“One day, I was chosen to be a community educator, but I was ridiculed by some. They said I couldn’t educate people while I was not well educated.”

However, Samnang adds: “Despite their words, I didn’t quit.”



Cambodian children playing soccer

Breaking free from an old me

“I know how it feels to be discriminated. I won’t do the same to others,” says the thirteen-year-old Kompheak, one of One Goal’s premiere soccer players in Svay Chek, Banteay Meanchey province.

The girl with hope

The girl with hope

Sreyni was forced to leave school when she was 5 years old since her parents couldn’t afford her education. At 15, she was convinced to work in a garment factory. Thankfully, World Vision has supported her to be part of the vocational training, she’s now working full-time and got promoted in a higher position at a construction company in Phnom Penh.

Small adjustments bring big changes to child well-being

Small adjustments bring big changes

Malnutrition is the underlying cause of 45% of all child deaths in Cambodia. World Vision has been running a health and nutrition programme focusing on infants and children under 5 years old, as well as pregnant and breastfeeding woman, working with community volunteers to promote behavioral changes and access to appropriate health and nutrition guidance.



Since the early 1970s World Vision has implemented a diverse range of relief and development programmes to benefit vulnerable children in Cambodia. In 2020 we employ over 600 staff that work in nine provinces and the capital city, Phnom Penh, reaching 2.7 million children.

15.8 million

Population, total

Phnom Penh

Capital City

22.2 billion

GDP (current US$)

Who We Are?

For over 50 years, World Vision International in Cambodia has been on a mission in Cambodia for every child, life in all its fullness.

Join together for Children, for Change, for Life.

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Building Resilience Through Animal Gift (BRAG)

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Cambodia Sustainable Business Development (CSBD)

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Implementation of Social Accountability Framework (I-SAF)

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It takes a world to end violence against children

It Takes Cambodia


Violence against children in Cambodia is affecting ¾ of children before they turn 18 and is estimated to cost Cambodia up to US$161 million per year on health related consequences.

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Every child deserves to be able to read a book

Safeguarding Information

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At World Vision International-Cambodia, we recognise our duty and responsibility to protect and safeguard the interests of all children and adults in the areas where we operate. We are committed to the highest standards of legal, ethical and moral behaviour.  A key part of supporting safeguarding standards, people can speak up about unethical or unlawful conduct by contacting VaNoeurn  Vuthy at or 017 666 717 or 017 666 873