Khmer husband and wife smiling at each other in their orchid with plentiful crops, Cambodia.

Grant Funded Projects

Our partners have continuously supported our work by funding special projects to assist people most in need. Our partners include the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP), Thankyou Group, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Panasonic Corporation and more.

Currently, World Vision is implementing over 50 grant-funded projects in Kandal, Kampong Chhnang, Takeo, Banteay Meanchey, Preah Vihear, Siem Reap, Battambang and Kampong Thom.

Two Khmer children stand together with their arms around each others shoulders

Building Good Governance from the Ground Up

Social Accountability

Since 2012, World Vision has implemented the social accountability program (I-SAF) to improve governance practices contributing to the delivery of essential public services. Although Cambodia has seen major economic growth in the last two decades, one of the key development challenges the country is facing is the pressing need to address public funding on good quality public services.

Grow Together

Cambodia sustainable business development

Community transformation was possible due to funding from the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and Thankyou Group. An agriculture cooperative was formed to improve the lives of the children and their families. Children in the community now go to school and have nutritious food to eat. Farmers part of the cooperative have increased their crop yield, have access to loans and can support their families all year around.

Khmer woman hold bowl of cut vegetables ready to do nutritious food cooking demonstration, Cambodia

Putting nutrition on the table in Cambodia

Reduce malnutrition of children under five years

The first two years of life are crucial for physical and mental development, and without adequate nutrition, children are at risk of diarrhoea – the biggest killer of the nation’s under-fives – and respiratory infections, as well as insufficient physical growth. With funding from World Vision United States, 80 per cent of sponsored children graduated from the program having achieved a healthy weight. 

Panasonic lantern provides light for students to do their homework, Cambodia

Burning the midnight oil in Cambodia

Increasing self learning to improve education

Lack of light causes rural students to skip self-paced learning. Thanks to our partnership with Panasonic over 12,000 children and youth can now do their homework with the installation of solar-powered lanterns.

Khmer woman on her farm picks beans from rows of crops

Triple yield

Cambodia sustainable business development

Ravy and her husband have been doing their best to provide for their family by selling vegetables from their garden. After joining the agriculture cooperative they now generated three times the income from before and grow a variety of crops. The agriculture cooperative was established as part of the Cambodia sustainable business development project funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) and Thankyou Group.