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13 August 2018
Press Release
Phnom Penh, 13 August 2018 – A group of young people will release three short videos today portraying perceptions and concerning issues of Cambodian young people around safe and consensual sex. This... Read more
3 August 2018
News
Students show up at the event to celebrate World Population Day, themed "Family Planning is a human right"
Phnom Penh: Deciding on the number of children and when to be pregnant is the best way for a woman to exercise her right to sexual reproductive health, a right that is central to gender equality,... Read more
17 May 2018
Statement
    On this International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, stands with all members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (... Read more
23 April 2018
News
Access to quality and affordable health services is a fundamental human right. Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is crucial to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and is enshrined in... Read more
10 January 2018
News
The Guidance advocates CSE to help young people overcome the challenges posed by sexual and reproductive health issues, which are particularly difficult during puberty. These challenges include... Read more
21 November 2017
News
Many Cambodian women still remain living in an abusive environment. Over 30% of women who have ever had a partner have experienced some form of violence from their intimate partner in their life time... Read more
1 October 2017
Statement
A new narrative about the role of older persons is in the making—one that acknowledges their potential to contribute to societies and economies.       Yet this potential may be realized only if older... Read more
14 July 2017
News
Kampong Cham: With physical violence rate of 34%, Kampong Cham province has the second highest prevalence rate of domestic violence in Cambodia (https://goo.gl/mHqtVx). Sadly, one out of five... Read more
11 July 2017
Statement
Every day, vulnerable women, especially those who are poor and are refugees, face social, economic and geographic obstacles to voluntary family planning services and information. Fifty years ago... Read more
12 June 2017
News
Phnom Penh:One out of three women has experienced some form of violence from their intimate partners. Among them, only a quarter sought help from formal service providers while the majority never... Read more

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