WATHNAKPHEAP'S FUNDING PARTNERS
Pestalozzi Children's Foundation Pestalozzi Children's Foundation is Wathnakpheap's main donor for Pursat Project.
Period: 1993-2005
Winrock International WinRock International
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Pursat (Krokor) Project
Canada Fund CANADA Fund
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Pursat (Krakor) Project
International Organisation Migration (IOM) International Organisation Migration (IOM)
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Svay Rieng Project
The Asia Foundation(TAF) The Asia Foundation (TAF)
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Svay Rieng Project
ILO/IPEC ILO/IPEC
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Svay Rieng Project
Schmitz - Hille Foundation

Schmitz - Hille Foundation (SHF)
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Svay Rieng Project

Christian Aid Christian Aid
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Siem Reap Project
German Development Service Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst ded (German Development Service)
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Siem Reap Project
SKN
Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland (SKN)
Currently Supporting Wathnakpheap's Siem Reap Project

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Implementing Partners
Ponleur Kumar Ponleur Kumar is Wathnakpheap's partner, former project 506, which working in Bakan District, Pursat Province, Cambodia.
Kumar Ney Kdey Sangkeum Kumar Ney Kdey Sangkeum is Wathnakpheap's partner, former project 507, which working in Kandieng District, Pursat Province, Cambodia.
Anakot Kumar Anakot Kumar is Wathnakpheap's partner, former project 509, which working in Phnom Kravanh District, Pursat Province, Cambodia.
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Network Collaboration
The four District Project organisations collaborate with the Education/ Health/ Agriculture Departments to mobilise and co-ordinate appropriate supports to the community development activities.

Health Centers have provided training on Primary Health Care to Community Animators. Health Centers at District level, Provincial Hospitals and Kantha Bopha Hospital recognised the community network interventions and provided free health consultation and treatment to trainees, students, children and also to community members.

SEILA has provided training to project staff (CO Coordinator and Assistant) to enable them to provide training to Commune Councils. The Provincial Social Affairs labor Vocational Training and Youth Rehabilitation and Women Affairs collaborate with project staff to organise public debate on law enforcement against child sexual exploitation.

A representative of Wathnakpheap attends NGO Forum to share experiences with other NGOs.


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