Established in 1998, the Cambodian Prostitutes Union (CPU) has been fighting to stamp out HIV and to end the discrimination and stigma against sex workers in Cambodia.
In Cambodia, farmer cooperatives have been looking at ways to adapt to changes in weather patterns and increasing volatility of extreme climatic events.
Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is about people working together to make things better for all. This month we meet Dyna, team leader at the Cambodian Prostitutes Union (CPU).
Cambodian Prostitutes Union (CPU) is a successful actor in the country’s response to HIV and defender of the rights of vulnerable women workers.
5-day training brings asbestos hazard awareness and consensus on the need for a ban on asbestos in Cambodia as soon as possible
Press release: Cambodia asbestos workshop on strengthening capacity and expanding mechanisms towards an asbestos ban.