Currently, 50% of Cambodian households experience at least one form of violence. SAME-Cambodia is empowering young Cambodian boys and girls aged 12-17 to recognize, report and prevent sexual and gender based violence. We offer a free violence prevention programme to rural and urban schools in Cambodia. We measure our impact through surveys tracking changes in attitudes around social norms.





Type of organisation:

NGO/ community-based organisation/ charity


  • Children
  • Education and training
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Human Rights
  • People in vulnerable situations e.g. domestic violence.
  • Rural development
  • Social inclusion
  • Sustainable development
  • Young people / youth work


  • Development of education and training materials and programmes
  • Community outreach and engagement
  • Policy, advocacy and campaigns

EU Project Experience

No experience

This organisation is new to EU funding and will be supported by the Access Europe team.

EU Funding Goals

2 years:

As we are new to EU Projects, we would like to focus on building our network, exploring strategic partnerships and learning from potential partners who have experience in a similar field.

5 years:

We endeavour to have Cambodians at managerial level of SAME-Cambodia. We would like to explore replicating the project in other countries where it is needed. We would like to be working at a country coordination level at this point.


Dedicated team of volunteers with extensive experience working in the educational sector, psychotherapy, judicial system, social services and working with rural communities at an international level.


Contact Name:

Niamh Cooney

Job Title:

Programme Manager

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