Who we worked with

Who We Work With:

Key donors: COCD enjoys a diverse range of partnerships with a number of supporters and donors. The following is a list of donors since December 2012:

  • Terre des Hommes Germany
  • Terre des Hommes Netherlands
  • Lotus Outreach International
  • Asian Community Trust (ACT)
  • AusAID (CDF Fund)
  • Australian Embassy (Direct Aid Program – DAP Fund)
  • Australian Red Cross
  • Australian Volunteers for International Development
  • Australian Red Cross (DIAF Fund)
  • European Union and Terre des Hommes Netherlands through Cambodia ACTs
  • Holt International
  • Lotus Outreach Australia
  • Action on Poverty – formally the Australian Foundation for the Peoples of Asia and the Pacific Ltd (AFAP)
  • Catholic Agency for Overseas Development(CAFOD)
  • Rotary International

Beneficiaries: Our beneficiaries are vulnerable children who are:

  • living in poor conditions
  • at risk of or who are experiencing abuse and/or exploitation:
    – sexual harassment/abuse
    – physical and emotional abuse
    – worst forms of child labour
    – no access to school

Relevant parties: COCD works with other stakes holder in order to reach our target goals.
We cooperate with government agencies such as :

  • Ministry of Rural Development(MRD),
  • Provincial Department of Rural Development(PDRD)
  • District department of Rural Development
  • Ministry of Social Affairs , Veterans and Youths
  • Rehabilitation(MoSVY),
  • Provincial Department of Social Affairs , Veterans and
  • Youths Rehabilitation (PoSVY),
  • District Department of Social Affairs , Veterans and
  • Youths Rehabilitation (DoSVY),
  • Provincial Department of Agriculture
  • Provincial Department of Education Youths and Sports(PoEYS)
  • Local authorities

COCD is a member of Cambodia Against Child Trafficking (Cambodia ACTs) which is an NGO network that has been working mainly to fight against child trafficking across Cambodia, and also becomes a member of Child Right Coalition Cambodia( CRC Cambodia), NGO Education partnership (NEP). Besides networking with other NGOs, COCD cooperates with private sectors such as Buffalos Tour, University of Phnom Penh (RUPP), AVI and Macquarie University to provide volunteers opportunities to students.