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Our work in Cambodia over the past decade-plus has been multifaceted. Like many nations, Cambodia is striving to balance the need to provide economic opportunity to its citizens while also protecting essential forests and ecosystems. Our programs encourage collaboration between local government, businesses, NGOs and citizen leaders on critical land-management decisions, while providing objective information to guide those choices. Winrock is also a partner in Cambodia’s efforts to reduce poverty through market-oriented agriculture and to combat the scourge of human trafficking.

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VIDEOS

Farming Challenges in Cambodia: ‘I Don’t Want My Children to Inherit This’

“I Never Forgot You”

Cambodian Supporting Forestry and Biodiversity Short 3

Cambodian Supporting Forestry and Biodiversity Short 4

Cambodian Supporting Forestry and Biodiversity Short 1 – Gibbons

Cambodian Supporting Forestry and Biodiversity Short 2 – Frogs

CTIP Program Supports Cambodian Government to Develop Policies to Combat Trafficking

CTIP Program’s ‘Empowering Livelihood’ Strategy to Prevent Child Begging

CTIP Program Empowers Local Authorities to Fight Human Trafficking

CTIP Program Puts Victims at the Center of Case Management

CTIP Ambassador Gives Safe Migration Advice to the People of Cambodia

Community Youth Network Annual Reflection, 2015 (CTIP)

The Giant Ocean Case: Challenges in Securing Justice for Exploited Fishermen

Bride with a Price Tag (Trailer)

Where is the Horizon? (Trailer)

Cambodia Pre-Departure Video: Is Migration the Right Choice? Part 3 of 3

Cambodia Pre-Departure Video: Is Migration the Right Choice? Part 2 of 3

Cambodia Pre-Departure Video: Is Migration the Right Choice? Part 1 of 3

Bride with a Price Tag (Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons Program)

Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons Program Photo Slideshow

Where is the Horizon? (Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons Program)

Changing Lives (Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons Program)

Protecting Forests, Enriching Lives: Cambodia Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project

CTIP Program Trains Key Informants to Prevent Risky Migration and Identify Victims

PUBLICATIONS

Former Child Beggar Pursues Small Business to Become Motorbike Mechanic

USAID Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project Performance Indicator Achievements

Fall 2016 RockLinks

CTIP Partner Coordinates Release and Repatriation of Enslaved Cambodian Bride

Role of Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Use Mitigation in INDCs and National Policy in Asia

Final Biodiversity Assessment Report of Prey Lang

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 7

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 5

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 3

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 2

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 4

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 6

Prey Lang Forest Landscape Biodiversity Assessment

CTIP Photo Essay About the Cambodian Repatriation Process

Where is the Horizon?: Trafficked on Fishing Vessels

Exploring Conservation Success in the Eastern Plains and Prey Lang Landscapes, Volume 2

Counter Trafficking in Persons Program Brochure

Exploring Conservation Success in the Eastern Plains and Prey Lang Landscapes

The John D. Rockefeller 3rd Scholars Program: Cultivating Scholar-Leaders in Asia

Addressing Inter-Linkages Between Gender-Based Violence

Cambodia REDD+ Roadmap: Development of a Reference Scenario and Design of a Monitoring System

Technical Guidance on Development of REDD+ Reference Level

Research Report on Sex and Labor Trafficking Network and Pattern in Cambodia

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 1

Counter Trafficking in Persons Program (CTIP II)

Lowering Emissions in Asia’s Forests (USAID LEAF)

Assessment of Shelter Versus Community Based Services Report

Raising Rural Incomes and Protecting the Environment in Vietnam and Cambodia

John Ogonowski & Doug Bereuter Farmer-to-Farmer Program

The Story of Suon Seng

Future of Smallholder Poultry Production in Cambodia and Lao PDR: Uncertainty and Future Prospective