CHEC is a non-profit local Cambodian non-government organization (NGO) and registered with the Minsitry of Interior since 2001.
CHEC has committed to advocate to improve the health and condition of people living with HIV and AIDS and prevent transmission among the target groups as well as to assist women who are subjected or/and affected by Gender Based Violence to access to support services in the target communities in collaboration with the local partners and stakeholders.
sp;has built up a strong reputation as a provider of training courses on key management skills to build staff capacity in NGOs, government agencies and other organizations. \
CHEC has been implementing the programs in a holistic, systematic, complementary and comprehensive manner, through multi-sectoral, and multi-dimensional approaches, and to provide appropriate care and services to PLHIV and survivors of GBV in the target areas.
To combat GBV in Cambodia, a holistic and multi-sectoral approach is required. The plan of action should focus on advocacy through public campaigns against GBV to cha
ge policy and practice at the sub-national and national level. Advocacy and activism by civil society and community-based organizations can be instrumental in bringing about reforms on legislation related to violence against women.
CHEC believes that sustainability of all of our programs is crucial. Therefore, we provide high-quality training to beneficiaries, and ensure full community participation and mobilization. This creates a sense of self-reliance and ownership of responses to HIV and GBV issues in our beneficiary communities. This way, communities can enjoy better health and living conditions in the future. However, these activities can only continue to run if the funding is available to us.
CHEC is a non-for-profit organization and runs its projects on the kind funding and technical support of donors. We need your continued support if we are to achieve our mission, goals and vision to improve the lives of PLHIV and GBV survivors in Cambodia.
- May 8, 2017
The gender-based violence (GBV) programme’s current project cycle runs from July 2019 to June 2022.
The program has greatly impacted the target beneficiaries by improving their know...
- May 8, 2017
CHEC continues to work with youth in order to ensure that they are enriched with knowledge motivated, and guided towards safe behaviors and attitudes in an effort to ultimately prevent HIV transmis...
Community Health Responsiveness for PLHIV, Youth and Gender Based Violence in 2 Districts of Cambodia
- Apr 28, 2017
The relationship between HIV and gender inequality/GBV remains a significant issue in Cambodia. Regressive gender norms and expectations have a negative influence on risky behaviors among both wome...
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Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace
World Food Program
The Global Fund