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Address: Thum Moyut Village, Pher commune,Khanpong Chhnang District,Kampong Chhnang Province

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    Address: Thum Moyut Village, Pher commune,Khanpong Chhnang District,Kampong Chhnang Province
    Telephone: (855-92) 290 092
    Fax: n/a
    Website: n/a
    Key Contact: Mr. Eung Sengkim, Executive Director, (855-12) 833 584,
  • Type of Organization: Local NGO
    Program/Project Names:
    1. Integrated Care and Prevention (ICP)
    2. Sustainable Action Against HIV and AIDS in Community (SAHACOM) 
    3. Evidence-based International for Improve Nutrition to Reinforce Infant, Child and Maternal Health in Cambodia (ENRICH)
    4. Health Strengthening System (HSS)
    Target Group:
    1- General Population
    2- Stakeholders
    3- Authorities
    4- Poorest Families/Especially Children
    5- People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV)
    6- Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC)
    7- The Families of PLHIV and OVC
    Working Group:
    1.Prevention Technical
    2.Treatment, Care and Support Technical
    4.Orphan and Vulnerable Children
    5.People Living with HIV

    Main Activities:
    (SAHACOM) I- Program Component (Expected Result) 1: Improved coverage, quality and sustainability of comprehensive and integrated services for PLHIV (including MARPs) and OVC, which have successfully linked communities with public health and non-health services
    -Intermediate Result 1.1: Full coverage achieved and maintained in project sites of high quality comprehensive care, treatment and support services for PLHIV (including MARPs who are HIV positive) and OVC
    -Intermediate Result 1.2: Improved integration of HIV-related services for health, social welfare and impact mitigation with existing home and community-based care services
    -Intermediate Result 1.3.1: Increased capacity and sustainability of self help groups
    II- Program Component (Expected Result) 3: Strengthened capacity and leadership of NGOs/CBOs and communities (especially those representing MARPs and PLHIV) leads to their meaningful participation in delivering quality and sustainable capacity of community based HIV prevention and care service
    -Intermediate Result 3.1: Increase technical and organization capacity of community based service and NGOs, incorporating best practice approaches

    (ICP) 1. To provide comprehensive care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS and OVC in the community with totally of 263 PLHIVs and 525 OVCs. 
    2. To promote community sensitization and reduce stigma and discrimination for people living with HIV/AIDS in community through HIV/AIDS education, events, and positive prevention.

    (ENRICH) -To reduce infant, child and maternal mortality through evidence based intervention

    (HSS) Objective 1: Strengthen Community Level Mechanisms
    Objective 2: Improve Responsiveness of Primary Health Care Facilities
    Objective 3: Increase Knowledge of Community Members Regarding the 3 Dieses and Client rights
    Objective 4: Lower access and utilization barriers
    Objective 5: Improve the Quality Climate for Community Level Primary Care
  • # of Field Staff: 17
    # of Office Staff: 10
    # of Government Staff: n/a
    Founding Sources:
    1- USAID through KHANA 2- GFR7&9_HIV_SSF through KHANA 3- USIAD through IRD 4- GFR9 through HACC
    Total Annual Budget: 183,782.00 USD
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Last Update: 03 September 2014
Location on Map:
Thomut village, Phaé commune, Kampong Chhnang City, Kampong Chhnang province
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