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Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

Enhancing Access to Healthcare Services and Social Protection for Female Entertainment Workers (FEWs)

About the SRHR Program: Implemented in April 2023, the Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Program is a pioneering initiative by the Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD), generously supported by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). This program is a testament to our dedication to the vulnerable, with a spotlight on Female Entertainment Workers (FEWs) across Phnom Penh’s seven Operational Districts (ODs). In line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), our 2024 objectives are ambitious yet achievable: Educate 38% of the 10,000 FEWs and refer 600 women with essential health services in Phnom Penh. Achieve these goals with the unwavering support of our 16 outreach workers, field staff, and a dedicated program coordinator.

Our Vision: We dream of a world where every FEW is recognized and supported, receiving equitable reproductive health care and social protection. We pledge to uphold their dignity and rights, ensuring a society that nurtures their health and well-being in a confidential and respectful space without discrimination and cohesion. 

Our Mission: Our mission is to empower FEWs by providing equitable access to comprehensive reproductive health care and social protection services. We stand as advocates for FEWs’ rights and well-being, creating an inclusive environment that safeguards their dignity and privacy.

Our Goal: Our goal is to bolster the reproductive health and overall well-being of FEWs. We are committed to broadening the reach of human rights-based reproductive health services and social protection, making a tangible difference in their lives.

Our Strategic Approach: We are unwavering in our efforts to enlighten the community about reproductive health, rights, gender-based violence, and social protection. Our program is designed to facilitate seamless referrals for FEWs to high-quality services, ensuring a non-discriminatory and confidential experience. A pivotal element of our work is aiding FEWs in navigating the healthcare system, utilizing the Health Equity Fund (HEF) for extensive coverage and support.

SRHR Reports
Narrative Annual Report 2023
Workshop on Social Protection for Female Entertainment Workers
Summary Result of Baseline Survey for SRHR 2023
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