Kampong Thom and Kampong Cham Provinces
Results from 2020
- 266 farmers trained by our teams are now using sustainable farming techniques.
- 597 new patients treated and monitored for mental health problems.
- 737 children in 18 villages reached through health and hygiene activities.
- 440 members registered in one of the 22 "self help groups" set up by our teams. Together, they organise and can benefit from community self-help
Food and economic security
- Reunification of beneficiaries within self-help groups and support for organization of these groups.
- To increase food production by providing training on sustainable agriculture approaches
- To Improve revenues and support small rural entrepreneurship development
- To improve environmental protection and climate changes awareness and resilience
Partners : Mlup Baitong, Facilitator of Agri-Enterprises for Cooperatives (FAEC), Royal University of Agriculture (RUA) – Ecoland Research Center
- To promote and strengthen non-communicable diseases policy both at national and sub-national level.
- To strengthen evidence-based information, research and capitalisation on mental health, diabetes and hypertension.
- To strengthen the quality and accessibility to non-communicable diseases’ services.
- To establish and strengthen community-based mental health care and support.
Partners : Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation (TPO), Social Services of Cambodia, Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health-Caritas, Department of Preventive Medicine, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (DMHSA)
THORN, KAMPONG CHAM PROVINCE
"I am a midwife in a health centre in Chamkar Andoung. Louvain Coopération gave me the opportunity to follow a training course on child and adolescent mental health. Thanks to this training, I can now advise and guide future mothers and their families to take care of themselves and their children. I also encourage these women to follow their children's development and to be attentive to their mental health."