Local Partners

Partnerships are the foundation of CARE’s work. By working with local groups and governments, we develop a deeper understanding of the context and diversify our expertise while strengthening the capacity of local organizations to lead in the design and implementation of programming.

Local partners

CARE partners with a range of local non-governmental and community-based organisations to implement its programs. Many of these organisations have strong networks within the communities they work with, allowing projects to combine local knowledge with well-established relationships which feature a high level of trust from community members. Equipping socially active community representatives with relevant skills and knowledge is important for ensuring the long term sustainability of CARE’s efforts in Cambodia.


Our Current Local Partners

Action for Health Development (AHEAD)

Advocacy and Policy Institute (API)

Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT)

Banteay Srei (BS)

Building Community Voices (BCV)

Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights (CENTRAL)

Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD)

Cambodian Women's Crisis Center (CWCC)

Collective Union of Movement of Workers (CUMW)

Community Development Center (CDC)

Conserve Indigenous People Languages Organization (CIPL)

Innovative Support To Emergencies Diseases and Disasters (InSTEDD)

Kampuchea Women Welfare Action (KWWA)

Khmer Association for Development of Countryside (KAFDOC)

Lady Saving Group (LSG)

Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW)

Micro Rainbow Cambodia (MRC)

My Village International (MVI)

Nak Akphivath Sahakum (NAS)

Partners for Development in Action (PFDA)

Promvihearthor (PVT)

Save Vulnerable Cambodians (SVC)

Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO)

Youth Council of Cambodia (YCC)