Promote Health Accessing Service and Raise Awareness of Cambodia Women Migrants on Health and Gender-Based Violence
Supporting the Royal Government of Cambodia in Health Compliant Border Response to Limit the Spread of COVID-19 Variants of Concern and Meet the Immediate Needs of Returning Migrant Workers from Abroad due to COVID-19 Pandemic
Provision of the health services consequential to COVID-19 to the UN staff and dependents (First Line of Defense)
Provision of health services consequential to COVID 19 to the un staff and other eligible beneficiaries
Provision of Health Services to the Self-Funded UN Staff and Dependents, Humanitarian Actors, and Diplomatic Communities
Reaching out to migrant households during COVID-19 outbreak: the increasing need of social workers in Cambodia
Cambodia, a lower-middle-income country in Southeast Asia, reported 275 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Despite lower reported cases, COVID-19 impacts Cambodian socio-economic systems in profound ways. With more than 1.1 million Cambodians having migrated abroad and low-income families in rural Cambodia relying heavily on remittances, the sudden loss of jobs caused by the pandemic raised an important question on how migrant households are prioritised among the rising society-wide needs.