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Given the increase in migration witnessed by Cambodia over the past few years, UNICEF commissioned this study to assess the effects of migration on children.
The objectives of the research are to:. This research is primarily qualitative in nature and aims to map existing trends, issues, services and gaps in services for children affected by migration. Primary data collection was carried out through direct conversations with target groups and reviews of relevant literature and existing quantitative data on migration. Primary data collection was conducted via 29 focus group discussions FGDs with participants 62 adult parents, caretakers or grandparents in villages and children who have migrated or stayed behind in villages and key informant interviews in Phnom Penh and target provinces Battambang, Poipet of Banteay Meanchey, Prey Veng and Siem Reap.
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The objectives of the research are to: Assess the impact of migration on children in the areas of child protection, intra-family relations, and access to education, health and other services, focusing on children who are left behind and those who migrate with their parents; Map out existing interventions, both governmental and non-governmental from which children of migrant parents benefit; Provide recommendations for government action at national and sub-national levels, as well as for international organizations and NGOs.
Publication date May Languages English,. Download the report. Download file. Related Topics: Migration.