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2013 HDR Analysis on Cambodia

The concept of human development entails freeing and enlarging people’s choices within a society. In principle, these choices could be infinite, but there are three essential elements. People should: - lead longer and healthier lives (life expectancy at birth); - attain knowledge (expected and mean more

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Annual Report 2008

UNDP Cambodia contributed to poverty reduction in key sectors in 2008. Highlights included achievements in the areas of elections, government decentralization, equality between men and women, pro-poor trade, aid effectiveness, climate change and biodiversity conservation. UNDP worked to support a more

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Annual Report 2009

UNDP Cambodia made key contributions to pro-poor development in 2009 by supporting democratic governance, poverty reduction and environmental sustainability. Highlights included helping to build an alliance to respond to climate change, encouraging responsive government through decentralization, more

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Annual Report 2010

The harsh impacts of the global economic crisis on Cambodia were a stark reminder of the importance of building the country’s resilience to future shocks, especially to protect the poor. In particular, the global downturn exposed the need for Cambodia to focus in the future on more inclusive and more

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Annual Report 2011

In March 2011, UNDP Cambodia launched its new Country Programme 2011-2015 which focuses on accelerating progress of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) in the remaining years before the global deadline. The programme is built around the three core issues of inclusive growth, people more

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Annual Report 2012

All UNDP activities are done in close collaboration with the Government, other UN agencies and development partners. Partnerships with the European Union, Sweden, Spain, Australia, New Zealand and Canada were instrumental for achieving results in 2012. UNDP partnered with the Ministries of: more

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Baseline Survey Report on Domestic Violence

The purpose of this baseline survey is to gain understanding of the existing types and definitions of domestic violence from the perspectives of respondents, past actions taken, and social and cultural perceptions in the target villages. This survey was conducted before implementation of the more

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CCBAP Annual Report 2012

The overall objective of CCBAP is to improve community based adaptation and climate resilience in vulnerable community in flood/drought prone provinces of Cambodia. So far, the programme has supported 380 communities in flood and drought prone areas to develop basic community-based adaptation more

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CCBAP Case Study Report

The objective of the case study report is to show two successful examples of community based adaptation project of the Small Grants Programme in Cambodia. They demonstrate good practices and lessons learnt on the measures that were taken to enhance community resilience to climate risks such floods more

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Cambodia Climate Change Alliance Annual Report 2012

The CCCA programme has seen some major developments in 2012, including significant progress on the development of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) and related sector strategic plans, which are now available in draft form and are going through a consultation process expected to be more