Many health facilities were destroyed during more than three decades of conflict in Cambodia. In 2012, 1.17 million poor Cambodians received free health care with the support of the World Bank and other development partners.
Find out how new infrastructure can help end poverty in Cambodia.
Cambodia's children need support. Despite development gains in the country, one out of two children under 5 has experienced chronic malnutrition and stunting.
Labor & Social Protection
Findings show that most jobs are created in the private sector. In Cambodia, the garment industry is the largest formal sector employer.
Cambodia is an export-driven economy, and more exports mean higher growth and income, more jobs, less poverty, better livelihoods.
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