Conduct Situation of children living in the floating villages through the lens of Save the Children’s thematic priorities: Health and Nutrition, including WASH; Education, including Basic Education and Early Childhood Care and Development; Child Protection, Child Poverty, and Child Rights Governance with Save the Children from October to December 2017. The finding provide understand of cross-sectoral analysis of government and private sector service provision in the floating villages and of relevant government mechanisms for responding to the needs of these citizens, identify Likelihood of changes to the living situation of children and families in this area, including: migration and government plans to relocate the floating communities and how climate change and disasters may impact children, and recommendations for climate change adaptation activities, Assess of Water safety issues and recommendations for future programming, provide analysis and recommendations for working with the most vulnerable groups in the communities, specifically children with disabilities, and ethnic minorities and Identifying other significant factors (such as gender) that would impact the realisation of child rights in the floating villages, either currently or in the future.
Baseline Survey of Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) in Tonle Sap Floating Village from March – June 2017, Conducted 1879 Sample size on International Development and Early Learning Assessment (IDELA) with children aged 42-60 months on six developmental domain scores (Motor, Literacy, Numeracy, Socio-emotional, Approaches to learning, and Spiritual/moral/cultural), Caregiver Reported Early Development Index (CREDI) with parents or caregivers of children aged from 0-42 months to measure the child’s Motor, Cognitive, and Socio-emotional development and Caregiver KAP Assessmt. The ECCD Floating Villages Project is funded World Bank-that will improve access to quality early childhood care and development services through community and home-based programs for children 0-60 months old, particularly for those from disadvantaged backgrounds, in 139 villages along the Tonle Sap River and Tonle Sap Lake in Kampong Chhnang and Pursat provinces and reach 14,952 children including 7,567 girls. The project will take place over a period of three years from 2015 to 2018.
Evaluation of Improving Hygiene and Sanitation of Cambodia Rural Schools and Communities in Angsnoul District of Kandal Province by Anesvad Foundation. Child Rights Foundation from March to June 2017.
Evaluation for Food Feeding for Education (FFE) Project Phase 2, International Relief and Development (IRD), USDA Grant from February to May, 2017.