CHED plan to conduct its SALT Visit and Self-Assessment to the staff in Dec 20-25 2010 in Sihanouk Ville. CHED provided HIV/AIDS/STI/RH Intervention to Military Families in Battambang and Kampong Cham Provinces in Cambodia through Peer Facilitators network supporting CHED´s project activities as volunteers .

The project main interventions included.

  • Provision of health education sessions (monthly for women only, and quarterly for couples)
  • Provision of transportation and materials support to vulnerable beneficiaries to increase accessibility and use of health services (HIV/AIDS counselling and testing, STI, RH) among military couples.
  • Promotion of condom use for dual protection.
  • Establishment of close linkages with service organization, such as government health centres and hospitals, RHAC and other stakeholders.
  • Technical capacity building of MOND and local NGO partners

To enhance sustainable development for better health and well-being of all Cambodian, especially of the poor, women, children, thereby contributing to poverty alleviation and socio-economic development". A value-Based commitment of CHED is Equity and the Right to health for all Cambodians.

The day-to-day activities of the Management Team including, Executive Director, administrative/finance managers, project coordinators, team leaders, project managers and field officers in all areas throughout the organization at all levels should be guided by five-Working Practices:

Social health prevention, especially for the poorest and vulnerable groups.

  1. Beneficiary focused approach to health services delivery.
  2. Integrated approach to high quality health service including public health interventions.
  3. Human resources management.
  4. Good governance and accountability.

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Comment by Gaston on December 23, 2010 at 1:56pm

This sounds good Vichet. Great to see this happening. So, you adapted the approach to the competence of your NGO right? And you assess yourself regularly according to these 5 practices? 

How did you come up with these 5 practices in the beginning I am wondering? 



Comment by Laurence Gilliot on December 20, 2010 at 3:15pm

Good luck with the activity Vichet. Who will you do SALT visit and self-assessment with? Is it with the staff of Ched or with the communities you work with?




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