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Equitable Cambodia

The overall goal of Equitable Cambodia is to transform the national development model into one that respects, protects and progressively fulfills the human rights of the Cambodian people.



Presence in: Cambodia
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Education, Family, Land & Natural Resources

BABC worked to support people’s action for inclusive development, social justice and human rights in Cambodia from 2003-2012. During that time, it successfully fought poverty and deprivation through the establishment of child protection facilities, formal and non-formal education, leadership and harm reduction programs from which over 6000 children and youth benefited, and through community-based development initiatives that increased the food security and improved the health and well-being of over 5000 poor and vulnerable Cambodians.

BABC was a leading advocate of land and housing rights in Cambodia. Through media and legal advocacy, coalition building, policy research and lobbying at the national and international level, BABC helped to elevate the issue of forced evictions and land-grabbing in Cambodia and made international development agencies more accountable and responsive to this pervasive human rights problem.

People Associated With This Organization

Makara Bun

Cambodia  
Equitable Cambodia
Joined September 2015
I am working on
Community empowerment and legal awareness
Makara Bun is the network champion (main point of contact) for Equitable Cambodia.

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