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About Caritas Cambodia
Caritas Cambodia is an official social development arm of the Catholic Church in Cambodia. It has been built on the values of Love, Concern, Justice, Peace Unity, Sharing and brotherhood. It draws inspiration from the Gospel and aims at integral development of people irrespective of race and creed. Hence the objectives of Caritas Cambodia specifically include the following.

To promote and strengthen activities that are aimed at the integral development of communities particularly to help in Sustainable Agriculture, empowerment program, economic program, Welfare program,
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Upcoming Events
 
 
    • Leadership and Resource Mobilization Workshop 14-16 NOV 2017 -Phnom Penh.

    • Training on Agriculture Value Chain Analysis 13 NOV 2017 -Phnom Penh.

    • Workshop on ‘Psychosocial-support for trafficked, migrant returnees and other venerable persons in the process of reintegration’ 24 Nov 2017 -Phnom Penh.

  • Annual staff gathering 5-6 DEC 2017 -Sihanouk Ville.
Latest News...
 
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Mr. Kim Rattana, Caritas Cambodia Executive Director is giving a presentation on the overview of Catholic Alliance for Charity and Development.
 
Senior management representatives from the Catholic NGOs of the Catholic Alliance for Charity and Development (CACD) gathered in the “Forum Charity in Action”, an annual event organized by the Apostolic Vicariate of Phnom Penh. This year event is critical because it has included an agenda of the CACD meeting and was taken place from 23-25 September 2015. The aim of the forum is to reflect the social mission and core values of the Catholic Church.

In responding to the needs of the poor and the most vulnerable people, NGOs listed in the CACD have played a key role in the Kingdom.
Mr. Kim Rattana, Caritas Cambodia Executive Director explained that many Catholic NGOs have long presence in Cambodia. Many of them have entered the country before the civil war and have implemented various community programs such as agricultural development, community health care, good governance, education (formal and non-formal), inclusive disability, disaster preparedness, risk reduction and response and so on. “This is not included an extensive support in terms of needs such as food, shelter, medicine, clothing and other sort of basic needs”, he said.

At the same time, Mr. Kim Rattana shared “the meeting, today, is a good opportunity that we share and reflect what we all have done for the sake of the poor Cambodians, adding that we all share common goal with the national development strategy of the Royal Government of Cambodia and a Catholic Commitment for the New Millennium Development goals”.
In the name of the Catholic Alliance for Charity and Development, five representatives from Caritas Cambodia gave a brief presentation on six priority areas, namely Rural Development, Health Development, Education, Disaster Risk Reduction, Response and Climate Change Adaptation, Rights-based Approach, Trafficking and Migration, and Disability. All of these sectors reflect what Catholic NGOs are doing within the communities and nationally.

Asides from presentations, all CACD members were also requested to prepare an exhibition demonstrating what each organization is doing and has achieved. A variety of publications such as book, poster, report, training manual, programs’ success stories and other informative materials were displayed and distributed to all participants.
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(Left to right): Mrs. Sok Dearozet, Mrs. Sary Phirum, Mr. Mey Long and Ms. Tek Sopheak, represented all CACD members during presentation of CACD’s field of work and achievements
Approximated 200 participants representing the church, parish, dioceses, CACD NGO members and youth group attended the event.
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Activities of in-hall meeting and outdoor exhibition
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Our Success Stories

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