Cambodian Health Committee

Cambodian Health Committee



Head Office:

No. 165 EO. Blvd Preh Norodom, SK Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamcar Mon Phnom Penh

Field Offices:

Kampong Trach District, Kampot Province

Anlong Veng District, Otdar Meanchay

Phsar Prum Village, S.K. Stoeng Kach, Khan Sala Krao, Pailin City

Kampot Field Office:

Kompong Trach district, Kampot Province

c/o Cooperation Committee for Cambodia

Phnom Penh

Mailing address: P.O. Box 885, Mail box: 217 CDRCP

Ph/Fax/E-mail: none

Director: Ms. Leng Sothea 012651123

Administration Officer: Mr.Khim Bona012669488

Accountant: Mr. Sakun Sovannnone

Employees: 16 including 5 in HIV/AIDS/STD program in Kampong Trach and Dang Tung Districts

Founded: 1996

Organization Type and Origin: Cambodian NGO

Mission: CDRCP is dedicated to improving the living standard of the poor and to reduce their joblessness, as well as to prevent migration from rural to urban areas.

Funding Sources: KHANA, Cambodia/Canada Health and Nutrition Initiative Fund, Care International

Current Project Phase: 2003 - 2005

Project Title and Identification Number: HIV/AIDS Prevention Program

Project funded by KHANA: July 1998 – June 2004, total villages = 39

Project funded by H&NIF: 2003 – 2005, total villages = 20

Project funded by Care International: July 2003 – June 2005, 5 garments factories in Phnom Penh (reproductive health)

Project Objective: To reduce HIV/AIDS/STD transmission; To increase knowledge and awareness on HIV/AIDS/STD; To reduce discrimination for people living with AIDS.

Target Group: Male and female youth in the community, married male and female

Operation Sites: Kampong Trach and Dang Tung Districts

HealthServices: Education on primary health care, hygiene, birth spacing, reproductive health, and child health care.


Head office:

House #20, Street 590, Boeung Kok II

Toul Kork, Phnom Penh

Mailing address: PO Box 119,

Ph/Fax: 023 885 169


Executive Director: Dr. Chiv Bynthy

Kampot Province Office:

Kampong Trach East Commune

Kampong Trach District, Kampot Province

Mailing address: Kampong Trach East Commune

Ph: 012 820 372


Director: Phanara

Ung Chhoun012 654 943

Employees: 15

Founded: 1998

Organization Type and Origin: Cambodian NGO

Mission: CHC is working to promote reproductive health among women in the community.

Funding Sources: RACHA Partnership, JICA, ICCO, Cambodia-Holland Partnership

Current Project Phase: 2001 – 2003

Project Title and Identification Number: Reproductive Health Promotion, HIV/AIDS Prevention and Support, Community Participation

Project Objective: To improve knowledge in reproductive health, communicable disease e.g., TB, HIV/AIDS

Target Group: women in all villages

Operation Sites: 136 villages of Kampong Trach District

Health Services: Health education and provision of HIV/AIDS/STD care

Promotion of home birth kits

HIV/AIDS orphans support and home-based care

TB prevention and cure

Micro-credit and micro-finance schemes


Head Office:

23 street 294/57, Boeung Keng Kang I

Phnom Penh

Mailing address: PO Box 5,

Ph: 023 216-369/ 023 216 495


Field Representative: Mr. Chamroeun Mudita

Administration Officer: Ms. Kong Naren

International Contact: CIDSE CLV Program

c/o Broederlijk Delen, Huidevettersstraat 165

1000 Brussels, Belgium

Kampot Province Office:

Chumkiri district, Kampot Province

I COM: Channel 6, call sign: 240

Mailing address: none

Ph/Fax/E-mail: 012 793 743

Team Leader (ICD Program): Mr. Lim Pharoeun

Assistant Team Leader: Mr. Em Samol012 967 690

Employees: 70, 9 assigned in Chumkiri district, Kampot Province

Founded: 1993

Organization Type and Origin: International NGO, Belgium

Mission: CIDSE's mission in Cambodia is to support the rural poor, especially the poorest and marginalised, in their efforts to meet their own needs and to support activities which promote peace, freedom, social justice and civil society through working in solidarity and partnership with Cambodian people.

Budget and Funding Sources: CIDSE Member Organization, European Commission, DGSI (Belgian government, CCDP (Canadian government)

Current Project Phase:2003 - 2005

Project Title and Identification Number: Integrated Community Development Program (ICD) and Partnership Program. (C1241)

Project Objective:

1) Integrated Community Development Program

To achieve sustainable improvement of quality of life of the rural poor, of village institutions and associations; To improve food security, access to education and health practices.

2) Partnership Program

To strengthen the emerging civil society by building the capacity of Cambodian NGOs, especially those that address the needs of the rural poor.

Operation sites: Chumkiri district (24 villages)

Target Group: The rural poor (22 828 persons) including women-headed households, the disabled, and victims of natural and man-made disasters

Health services: Health education on HIV/AIDS, malaria, TB and dengue, diarrhea and hygiene, immunization, nutrition, and birth spacing


Head office:

17, Cambodian Red Cross Street (180), Phnom Penh

Mailing address: PO Box 620 (c/o IFRC&RC Societies)

Ph: 023 212 876/362 876 Fax: 023 212 875/362 140


Kampot Province Office:

Kampong Bay District, Kampot Town (by Kampot River)

Mailing address: none,

Ph: 033 932 915 Fax: none

E-mail: none

President: Ms. Bun Rany Hun SenN/A

Director: Mr. Prach Phonnone

Deputy Director & Development Officer: Mr. Oum Samreth012 929 873

Chief, HIV/AIDS/STD Program: Mr. Uk Lay012 928 458

Secretary & Tracing Agency: Mr. Vong Vannone

Founded: 1955

Danish Red Cross

International Head Office:

Blegdamsvej 27

DK – 2100 Copenhagen


Tel No.: +45-352-59-200

Fax: +45-352-59-350

Phnom Penh Address:

# 17 Red Cross Street (#180)

Phnom Penh Cambodia

Telephone No: +855-23-210773

Fax: +855-23-210163

Email address:

Mailing Address:

Cambodia Delegation

Central Post Office

P.O. Box 620

Phnom Penh Cambodia

Chief Technical Advisor: Merete Laubjerg, MPH (Primary Health Care Advisor)

Field Coordinator Kampot: Mr. Uk Lay

Kampot Province Office:

Kampong Bay District, Kampot Town (by Kampot River)

Mailing address: none,

Ph: 033 932 915 Fax: none



Organization Type and Origin: Independent agency auxiliary to Cambodian Royal Government

Mission: The Cambodian Red Cross implements humanitarian activities to assist the most vulnerable people, victims of mines, armed conflicts, and all kinds of disasters.

Budget: N/A

Funding Sources:Danish Red Cross

Current Project Phase: 2003 – 2006

Project Title and Identification Number: Community Based First Aid (CBFA) and Community Based Disaster Preparedness Program (CBDP), Primary Health Care Programme

Project Objective: To reduce disease and death rate in the community

Target Group: Vulnerable groups

Operation Sites: 8 districts

Health Services: HIV/AIDS education; CBFA and CBDP training for volunteers, villages within Trapeang Lapov Health Center catchment area

Food And agriculture Organization

Head Office:

Chief Technical Advisor:

Field Coordinator Kampot:

Kampot Province Office:



Organization type and origin:


Budget and Funding Sources: United Nations Fund for International Partnership

Current Project Phase:

Project Title and Identification Number: UNFIP-WIN Project (FAO-INT-99-0461)

Project Objective:

The project's overall objective is to ensure the sustainability of irrigation development and its positive impact on household food security and nutrition and the health situation of the local population, as well as regional and national food security.

The immediate objectives of the project are to:

  1. Increase women's capacity to participate in and influence irrigation and water resources management and increase their access to productive resources;
  2. Assist poor households in increasing and diversifying agricultural production for auto-consumption and increased farm income, introducing time-saving and income-generating technologies;
  3. Incorporate public health considerations in the design and development of irrigation and rural water management projects, including safe domestic water supply and preventive measures against water-borne diseases, at household, scheme and community level
  4. Strengthen the local and national capacity to effectively assist in the incorporation of gender, household food security, nutrition and health into irrigation and water management projects

Target Group:

Two categories of beneficiaries will gain from the project:

-The food-insecure households and women in the project sites of the Special Programme for Food Security (SPFS). The direct beneficiaries for each site will be on average 100 women of which a significant proportion of women are heading the household.

-Staff from different sectors at provincial and district levels (government and NGOs). They will receive training and assistance in order to ensure that they can adequately incorporate gender, nutrition and health considerations into their activities on the project sites.

Operation Sites:

Siem Reap Province: O Village, Prasat Bakong District, Don Keo Commune, Pouk District

Takeo Province: Khna Roung, Samrong District, Prey Khdan Commune, Prey Kbas District

Kampot Province: Mleach, Chumkiri District


Head office:

31 Street 388, Sangkat Toul Svay Prey I

Khan Chamcar Mon, Phnom Penh

Mailing address: P.O. Box 140,

Ph: 023 362 145/215 046Fax: 023 215 047


Country Director: Mr. Mark Wilson

Program coordinator: Mr. Rikio Kimura

International Headquarters:

7807 East Greenway Road, Suite 3

Scottsdale, Arizona 85260, USA

Kampot Province Office:

Chhouk district, Kampot Province

Mailing address: none

Ph/Fax/E-mail: none

Director, Child Development Program: Ms. Pailin ("Pik")

Health Advisor: Ms. Francine Mach, Child Development Program

Angkor Chey district, Kampot Province

Mailing address: none

Ph/Fax/E-mail: none

Director, Water & Sanitation Program: Mr. Bun Sophat012 937 956

Employees: 70 including 11 expatriates

Founded: 1990

Organization Type and Origin: NGO from USA

Mission: Food for the Hungry International is a Christian non-profit organization committed to equipping people and their community to move beyond meeting their basic needs through integrated self-development and where necessary, emergency relief program.

Budget and Funding Sources: FHI (Japan, Korea, Canada, USA, UK), DFID, CIDA, Rotary Club Current Project Phase:

Project Title and Identification Number:

Child development program (NCD/980138/26)

Farmer-led experimentation program (NCD/980134/26)

Water and sanitation program (NCD/980135/26)

Leadership development program (NCD/980136/Z6)

Samaritan Strategy

Project Objective:

To equip children and their community to progress beyond meeting their basic needs; To help them break the mental attitude and practical skills and knowledge that keep them from achieving sustainable benefits from holistic self-development;

To contribute to long-term alleviation of food shortage;

To reduce water-borne diseases through clean water and hygiene education;

To help empower people to begin to solve their problems;

To decrease the amount of time people spend fetching water;

To build strong leaders by providing holistictraining to local leaders and group members directly and supporting their attendance of training opportunity offered by other organizations;

To build the capacity of local church to meet physical, social and intellectual needs of their own communities using their own resources.

Target Group: The poorest in Chhouk, Angkor Chey and Bantey Meas districts

GERMAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION (Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit)

Head Office:

c/o National Institute of Public Health

Street 289, Khan Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh

Mailing address: PO Box 1238

Ph: 023 884 476 Fax: 023 884 976


Team Leader and Senior Advisor: Dr. Gertrud Schmidt-Ehry


Technical Advisor to NIPH: Dr. Paula Quigley-Glueck


Project Management Assistant: Dr. Chhom Rada


National Institute of Public Health:

Street 289, Khan Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1300, Phnom Penh

Ph: 023 880 345/881 345 Fax: 023 880 346


Director: Sam An Ung, MD, MPH

Kampot Regional Training Center

Kampong Bay District, Kampot Town

Mailing address: none

Ph: 033 932 930 Fax: none


Regional Training Center Advisor: Ms. Erdmuthe Gravenhorst012992684

Kampot Provincial Health Department

Kampong Bay District, Kampot Town

Mailing address: P.O Box none

Ph/Fax: 033 932 309


Provincial Health Advisor: Dr. Yolanda V. Bayugo 012832105

Safe Motherhood Advisor: Ms. Francesca Harris012653912

Hospital Advisor for Kampot Province: Dr. Sabine Heinrich012388541

Employees: 2 seconded experts, 6 expatriates from CIM, DED, VSO, UNFPA, 10 local staff

Founded: 1995

Organization Type and Origin: Bilateral organization, Germany

Budget and Funding Sources: Government of Germany (BMZ)

Current Project Phase: March 2003 – Feb 2006 (first phase of three)

Project Title and Identification Number:Support to the Health Sector Reform (2003.2065.5-001.00)

Overall Goal: "Selected institutions at different levels of the health sector – public and private – fulfill their roles according to the quality demanded by the sector reforms"

Goal for first phase: "Selected public institutions at different levels of the health sector start to apply quality principles of sector reforms"[1]

Key Results

  1. Structures for quality assurance are introduced at Central level with clear role and function
  2. Health care providers are able to apply service quality standards (in Kampot and Kampong Thom)
  3. The National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) fulfill its tasks related to training, research and policy advise according to the national requirements
  4. Quality standards are implemented in Kg Thom as a model province and later in Kampot to increase responsiveness of health services to the population needs, especially for the poor, women and children
  5. Community based Health Insurance schemes are introduced in Kampong Thom and Kampot as part of the National SHI Master Plan with specific focus on the poor households


Head Office:

c/o National Institute of Public Health

Street 289, Khan Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1226

Ph: 023 881 683 Fax: 023 881 683


Team Leader: Angelika Heddermann012 815 801

Kampot Province Office:

c/o Kampot Department of Rural Development

Kampong Bay District, Kampot Town

Health Component at Kampot Provincial Health Department

Mailing address: none

Ph/Fax: 033 932 835

E-mail: ,

Health Advisor: Ung Kim Heang/ Dr. Philippe Longfils012 949 050 /012 838 739

Employees: 2 (health component)

Founded: 1996

Organization type and origin: Bilateral organization, Germany

Mission: GTZ RDP aims at improving food security (qualitative and quantitative) for poor households through integrated project approach.

Budget and Funding Sources:German Government

Current Project Phase: Jan. 1999-Dec. 2001-Dec. 2003

Project Title and Identification Number: Integrated Food Security Program

Project Objective: To assist in the development of integrated strategies in nutrition education, promotion of family planning services, and other services, such as ante-natal care, safe delivery, health education; To improve health of population at the most peripheral level of health system i.e. the health centers and villages in target areas.

Target Group: Mainly women and children in villages covered by IFSP target areas.

Operation Sites: Chhuk Operational District: Dang Tung Health Center (17 villages) and Trapaing Raing Health Center, and Angkor Chey Operational District: Champey Health Center (15 villages) and Dang Kaum Health Centers.

Activities: Skills training, health and nutrition, community development, infrastructure rehabilitation, and agriculture development.

Health Services: Health education; health screening; nutrition; birth spacing; ante-natal care; safe delivery.

Khmer Women's cooperation for Development

Head Office:House # 13, Street 113 Sangkat Boeung Prolit Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh

Executive Director: Sum Satum012-86-66-17

Field Coordinator Kampot: Lim Lin012- 58-68-74

Kampot Province Office: House # 35, Phum 1 Usaphea, Kompong Kandal Commune, Kampong Bay District, Kampot Province

Employees: 4 staff

Founded: April 2002

Organization type and origin: Local non-profit organization

Mission: Education for Health

Budget and Funding Sources: Family Health International and Impact Cambodia

Current Project Phase: 2002 - 2005

Project Title and Identification Number: 83541 Sex Workers' Self Responsibilities

Project Objective: Reduce HIV/AIDS/STD among direct and indirect sex workers in Kampot and Chhouk Districts

Target Group: Sex Workers, Beer Promoters, Karaoke Workers, Staff in Massage Parlors, Freelance Sex Workers, Beer Garden Workers, Restaurant/Coffee Shop Workers, Fishers

Operation Sites: Kampong Bay – Kampot and Chhouk Districts


Head office:

Ministry of Education Youth & Sports

Department of Technical and Vocational Education and Training

Russian Federation Street, Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh

Mailing address: none Ph/Fax: 023 884 275

E-mail: none

General Director: Mr. Pich Sophoan012 822 101

Director: Mr. Roath Bunla

First Deputy Director: Mr. Lao Heum012 855 530

Second Deputy Director: Mr. Hem Chantha

Kampot Province center:

Kompong Bay District, Kampot Town

Mailing address: none

Ph: 033 932 860 Fax: none


Director: Ms. Nou Neath012 837 667

Deputy Director: Mr. Seng Sotheara016 883 496

Chief, Administration Office: Mr. Tien Hien Paknone

Employees: 12


Funding Sources: Asian Development Bank (ADB) and National Training Fund Office of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports

Organization Type and Origin: Government institution

Mission: The Provincial Training Center offers a wide range of basic technical and vocational courses specifically designed to meet the daily needs of the community.

Current Project Phase: 1999-2001

Project Title: Technical and Vocational Education and Training Project

Identification Number: ADB loan No. 1368CAM(SF)

Project Objective: Vocational training for jobless people from18 years old

Main Activities: Basic training for auto repair, electricity repair, motor repair, sewing, masonry, welding, small engine repair, wedding outfitting, silk worm raising, food processing, livestock raising, mushroom growing, and hair cutting.

Target Group: Widows, drop-out of school students, the disabled, demobilized soldiers, orphans, and women with more than 7 children.


Head Office:

# 160 St #71 Sangkat Tunle Basac, Khan Chamcar Morn, Phnom Penh

Mailing address: PO Box 2471, Phnom Penh

Ph: 023 213 724/745/721 441/361132 Fax: 023 213 725

Program Manager: Dr. Richard B. Sturgis