Development assistance in Cambodia
Health security in Cambodia
Health Equity and Quality Improvement Project Phase 2 (H-EQIP 2)
$30 million, 2022-27
The Health Equity and Quality Improvement Project Phase 2 (H-EQIP 2) aims to improve health outcomes and increase financial protection for the poor by improving the quality of health care, strengthening health systems, and growing demand for and use of health services. H-EQIP 2 builds on the achievements of H-EQIP 1 and aligns with the Royal Government of Cambodia's priority of achieving Universal Health Care (i.e. everyone receiving the health services they need without suffering financial hardship).
H-EQIP 2 is led by the World Bank through an International Development Association loan arrangement with the Royal Government of Cambodia via a Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF). Australia played a key role in the design of H-EQIP 2 and is the major MDTF contributor.
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|Health Equity and Quality Improvement Project Phase 2 Project Appraisal Document
Vaccine Access and Health Security Initiative (VAHSI)
$42.7 million, 2020-24
The Vaccine Access and Health Security Initiative (VAHSI) is a regional program which aims to strengthen the ability of countries to access vaccines, and selectively engage technical expertise to support preparedness and delivery.
Australia has committed $42.7 million under VAHSI to support a safe, effective, and equitable vaccine roll out in Cambodia. Australia is supporting the scale up of routine immunisation services as part of ongoing pandemic recovery efforts, supplying COVID-19 vaccination doses and supporting the national vaccine roll-out, building the capacity of healthcare workers through training, and providing Australian technical expertise to ensure vaccine safety and build quality immunisation programs.
Cambodia Nutrition Project (CNP)
USD$5 million, 2019-26
The Cambodia Nutrition Project (CNP) is a World Bank-led project which builds on the achievements of H-EQIP and aims to improve utilisation and quality of priority maternal and child health and nutrition services for targeted groups in Cambodia.
CNP is supported through Australia's contributions to the Advance UHC multi-donor trust fund.
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|Cambodia Nutrition Project Implementation Status and Results Report
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