Archive for September, 2007

Freedom and Independent Living Are What the PWds needs?

Freedom & Independent Living

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of course people living in the global society in basic needs they are have to do the work or business for drinking, eating, clothing, health care, and education.

Regarding to the global and social development for underdeveloping country, Cambodia needs the participant both the local communities (PWDs themself), government and international organization. In Cambodia their are a lot of landmine survivor and children with disabilities they are waiting for help and support them to help themself buy by providng the skill training, jobs, legal, and small business in the workplace. If disabled people have all these with fully participant of the government in good governent so they can living indipendent and fully participant in the Cambodia society.

If we talk about the independent living of people with disabilities it is easy to say but very difficult to implement. Cambodia needs a big fund & budget from both own government and organization to support. The national strategic for development it will not an effictive if the implimentation could not be done. The action plan for the relevance NGOs or Agencies are also the main objective to reach the vision, mission, and goal of the master plan for government of Cambodia to help and support Cambodian people with disabilities.

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How Many Disabled People Living in Cambodia?

Currently Cambodia don’t have the actual data or statistic of disabled people because of the lack of fundding to support the PWD’s NGOs and MoSAVY to survey and collect the data.

Usely, I always saw some reports from the research institutes or research agencies they estimated in different number of the ammount of disabled persons in Cambodia.

According to theses issues it is the real important if we know the actual number of Cambodian Disabled Persons for an NGOs, INGOs, Government, and private sector to establish their programme and project to implimentation to support PWDs in Cambodia and as a goal of government to reduce the poor in Cambodia.

Disabled People Stratistic are also very important to develop Cambodia society because the poorest people came form disabilities, as we knew there are a lot of mine (million) found & distroyed by CMAC in Cambodia from 1992 to present and according to the reports of CMAC and The National Authority of Mine siad: in Cambodia Their are 3 to 4 people affected mine some died and being disabled people; other more Cambodian Poeple going to be disabled persons in every day cause of trafic accident if referred to Handicap International Report 2006.

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CMAC Found and Distroyed Mine from 1992 to July 2007 in Cambodia

 Progress Summary 1992 to July 2007Mine Found & Destroyed in Cambodia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surce: CMAC: http://www.cmac.org.kh/menu_pp_report-summary.asp

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The Cambodia Landmine Museum

I want to make my country safe for my people:

What can you experience?
– Find out a wide variety of information regarding mines and UXO
– For the more interested visitor, you can watch (and buy) a short DVD about landmines and UXO, the effects on communities and Aki Ra’s efforts in Cambodia.
– We display a large collection of guns, rifles, rocket launchers, pistols, mortars, grenades, CS gas canisters, bombs, bullets and a 225kg bomb from a US warplane, all recovered from the Cambodia countryside.
– Come and walk through our garden, full of deactivated, hidden mines, and challenge yourself by searching for them.
– Contact your hotel, guesthouse or tour operator for more information.

Source: www.cambodialandminemuseum.org 
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Mine Destroyed in Cambodia 2001-2005

 Mine Destroyed in Cambodia 2001-2005
Source: http://www.icbl.org/lm/2006/cambodia

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PWD’s Selfhelp Group To Hanvest Rice

Cambodia PWDs Selfhelp Group Havest Rice in Kandal Province, Cambodia

Cambodia there are alot of landmine survivor and they always buid the Selfhelp Group to do the small businesses to help themself in their communities.

Photo by: NCDP’s volunteer
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National Social Welfare System for People with Disabilities

Central Government

Five Cambodian Government ministries and their line departments directly or indirectly offer social welfare support for the general population, including people with disabilities. These ministries are mainly responsible for providing opportunities to PWD to be included in mainstream society. However, as PWD are not their specific target groups, programmes and projects are usually designed for the general population. The five ministries are:

  • Ministry of Social Affair Veteran and Youth Rehabilitation (MOSAVY)
  • Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MOEYS)
  • Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MOWA)
  • Ministry of Health (MOH)
  • Ministry of Rural Development (MORD)

The Ministry of Social Affair Veteran and Youth Rehabilitation (MOSAVY) is the core ministry with the responsibility for providing rehabilitation and vocational skills training services to PWD. Within MOSAVY, the Department of Rehabilitation and the Department of Children’s Welfare are responsible for carrying out and supporting activities relating to PWD, including Children with Disabilities. Provincial Rehabilitation Centres, under the Department of Rehabilitation, provide free-of-charge rehabilitation services to PWD.Within the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MOEYS), a Special Education Office is responsible for promoting inclusive education for children with disabilities.The Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MOWA) is responsible for all affairs relating women in Cambodia.

Almost 50 percent of the 1999 National Budget was allocated to defence and national security – nearly twice as much as the health, education, environment, social and women’s affairs sectors combined. This imbalance has decreased only slightly since then. In practice, therefore, due to the lack of resources of government ministries, NGOs and international organisations have been the main implementers of programmes and services for PWDs.

National Coordinating Body for Disability and Rehabilitation

To avoid overlapping of services and to maximise the use of resources, as well as to strengthen collaboration between relevant government institutions and NGOs working in the disability and rehabilitation sector, the Disability Action Council was established in 1997. More details are available in the About DAC section of this website.

Local Government

Each ministry has provincial offices; however, only cities and larger provinces have district offices. Accessibility to rural areas, where most PWD are concentrated, is severely hampered by the under-developed infrastructure. Collaboration between relevant ministries thus needs to be forged to address the needs of PWD. As the government has limited resources to implement activities, NGOs and international organisations implement most activities at the community level.

 Source from: DAC (http://www.dac.org.kh/disabilities_in_Cambodia/index.htm)
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