DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY
OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL

INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SERVICES

INTEGRATED FAMILY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Pailin, CAMBODIA

Project Description

The Daughters of Charity in Pailin, Cambodia have developed a broad and holistic Community Development Project that offers integrated community development services to poor rural people in the surrounding areas. This program will include a variety of strategies; including health care and nutritional support for children, educational support for students to develop human capital; also opportunities for education and social integration, building family capacity through improving livelihood capacity to meet basic needs, and safe migration and education to prevent human trafficking. Also the program provides training to local personnel for leadership development. This program will initially reach a target population of 300 children in preschool through grade one (about 260 families) to address malnutrition and 100 children from the poorest family situations will also be supported in the educational component. The next steps to build family capacity and do community development will reach an initial target population of 100 – 200 selected poor families in rural areas with training tools and resources to improve their living conditions. Involvement of local participants in good governance training will target all program staff and program partners to create a solid foundation for the future.

Project Summary

Funded Progress: 36%

$91,429.00

CountryCAMBODIA
Main CategoryEducation, Healthcare, Human/Social Services
Sub CategoryBoys (under 18), Girls (under 18), Income Generation, Nutrition, Salaries, Training/Skills Development, Transportation
Project Funding$252,045.00
Project StatusIn-Process
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