Gov’t allocates $165 million for NSAP enhancement: Ministry

The government plans to spend $165 million in 2024 to benefit 2.8 million equity cardholders from around 700,000 households, with disbursements set to commence next April. ...

Van Socheata

NSAF planning fresh initiatives

In 2024, new social assistance initiatives are set to launch, following the completion of several existing programmes under the National Social Assistance Fund (NSAF). ...

Chea Sokny

Oxfam leads workshop to foster social accountability

OXFAM, along with its partner organisations, orchestrated a workshop designed to enhance “Social Accountability in the Social Protection System”. This came as part of a move to encourage closer collaboration among government officials, workers’ representatives and the community, thereby ensuring a more inclusive social protection ...

Chea Sokny

GIZ supports NSAF with office supplies donation

The National Social Assistance Fund (NSAF) received nearly 60 office supply items from the governments of Germany and Australia through the German development agency GIZ. The materials will support the NSAF’s efforts to provide effective social assistance. ...

Chea Sokny

Financial relief for flood-hit families ends

The Cambodian government has decided to end the implementation of the cash assistance programme for vulnerable households affected by floods on March 10 and gave those beneficiaries until March 18 to file any complaints, according to a March 10 notice from the Ministry of Social ...

Sok Raksa

NSAF removes unqualified families from IDPoor scheme

After two years of implementation of the National Social Assistance Funds (NSAFs), authorities have decided to delist nearly 50,000 families across the country. ...

Tith Kongnov

National Social Assistance Fund launched

The National Social Assistance Fund (NSAF) was officially launched on January 1, 2023. The NSAF has been created through the integration of the National Social Security Fund for Civil Servants, the National Veterans Fund and the Department of Social Welfare. ...

Sok Sithika

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