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Eliminate Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Videos of Gender-Based Violence Services Guideline and Standards

A common first point of contact: managing violence against women and girls in the health system

Duty of care: minimum standards for basic counselling for women and girl survivors of gender-based violence

The Services they need: Referral Guidelines for Women and Girl Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

Legal Protection: the rights of survivors to safety and justice

The limited use of mediation response to violence against women

Improve Services by Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Response Working Group

Improved services for GBV survivors

Functioned GBV response Working Groups

Empower Persons with Disabilities

Towards a more inclusive society

The Walkways

The promotion on communication disabilities inclusion

Barrier of Person with Communication Difficulties

Communication Rights Promotion in Health Sector

Sarath's Communication Barriers

Using a communication Board to talk about rights

Communication supporting Aid

Impact of Communication Barrier

Technical standards on physical accessibility infrastructure for persons with disabilities in Cambodia

Download full technical guidelines here

Section 1: Pathways and Entrances

Section 2: Car Park Environments

Section 3: Building Types

Section 4: Facilities in buildings

Section 5: Sanitary facilities

“Education and Access’: Responsible Finance for Persons with Disabilities” implemented by Good Return and Chamroeun Microfinance Plc

Up to one in ten people in Cambodia experience some disability, but many persons with disabilities face barriers in accessing financial services.

With support from ACCESS, Chamroeun Microfinance Plc. and Good Return are working with the government, Organisations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs) and other partners to implement a model of disability inclusive financial services that other banks and MFIs can follow. Through financial education and access to finance, persons with disabilities are empowered to run their own businesses, and generate income for themselves and their families.

On this page we have shared the story of our project, experiences of participants and practical resources so you can make your organisation more accessible for persons with disabilities.

Inclusive financial services for people with Disabilities: find out how the Royal Government of Cambodia and other organisations can help banks and MFIs become inclusive of persons with disabilities.

Project Overview: Learn about our model of inclusive financial services for persons with disabilities, covering:

  • Inclusive design
  • Building financial literacy
  • Tailored products and services
  • Accessible branches, and
  • Embedding disability inclusion
  • Embedding disability inclusion

Yeoun’s story: After completing the financial coaching and receiving a loan, Yeoun Keo began to expand her business and improve her cash flow and finances. She is now sharing the lessons she learned and her business experience with her children.

Responsible and inclusive microfinance: Chamroeun’s staff share their experience of providing financial coaching and inclusive loans to support persons with disabilities to run their businesses

Financial empowerment through financial education: Good Return supports financial inclusion by working with financial services partners to provide financial education to consumers. Find out how Good Return’s staff made the Consumer Awareness and Financial Empowerment (CAFE) coaching accessible for persons with disabilities.

Ratana’s story: Vann Ratana initially joined the project as a coach, providing financial literacy coaching to other persons with disabilities, then he took out a loan from Chamroeun to expand his business.