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  • USAID Mission Director Polly Dunford joined His Excellency Dr. Ty Sokhun, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, to launch the Feed the Future Cambodia Harvest II project today. Read more on our Facebook page!

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  • This children book “Curious Chenda and the Vegetables” is developed to prevent stunting in children and promote the importance of hand-washing and growing vegetables in home garden. Read more on our Facebook page.

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  • Are you an 18 to 30-year-old Cambodian who loves writing and has a passion for your community? The ASEAN Youth Citizen Journalism Contest 2017 is now open for applications!

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IOM X Video Helps to Save A Young Man from Trafficking
Social Media Helps Save Young Man From Trafficking in Asia
Thousands of Cambodian Migrants Learn About Safe Migration
Thousands of Cambodians Learn About Safe Migration
A villager works in mangrove forest preservation in Koh Kong, Cambodia.
Cambodia's Mangrove Trees Clean Up, Storing High Levels of Carbon

About Cambodia

Cambodia is in its third decade of peace and economic growth and has made great strides in reducing poverty and improving health. Despite these gains, significant obstacles remain. Democracy and human rights continue to be a challenge, natural resources have been rapidly depleted through illegal logging and poaching, inadequate nutrition has stunted over 30 percent of children and human trafficking persists.

The United States works with Cambodia to build a framework for lasting democracy and to improve the lives of all its citizens.

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

Polly Dunford, Mission Director
USAID/Cambodia, U.S. Embassy Phnom Penh
No 1, Street 96, Wat Phnom, Khan Daun Penh
Phnom Penh
+855 (23) 728 300
+855 (23) 430 263

USAID Contact

Shauna Malliski, Cambodia Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
, DC 
(202) 712-1874