BBC Media Action has worked in Cambodia since 2003. Using media to improve health, projects have tackled maternal and child health issues, HIV and AIDS and malaria. BBC Media Action’s work has a particular focus on using TV, radio and online media to reach young people in Cambodia. Loy9 helped get young people involved in local and national decision-making and Love9 helped young people learn about sexual and reproductive health issues. Klahan9 is currently working to improve young people's employment prospects.
We're helping vulnerable Cambodians adapt their lives and livelihoods to cope with the increasing severity of weather events through our TV documentary series, Don't Wait For Rain.
Klahan9 is an ‘edu-tainment’ multimedia initiative using radio, TV and social media to help equip young people in Cambodia for working life.
Loy9 aims to increase young people's participation in public life.
Love9 was a youth-led health project for young people in Cambodia. TV and radio programmes as well as online resources help young people learn more about everyday sexual and reproductive health topics.
A TV advert featuring a catchy song encouraged children to wash their hands.
Latest Cambodia publications and resources
Research summary: How can reality-based TV and Facebook content improve young Cambodians' readiness for the job market?
How BBC Media Action is using reality-based TV and Facebook content to improve young people’s soft skills and equip them for the job market in Cambodia.
A survey exploring how Cambodians are living with climate change, the most effective ways to help people adapt and how media and communication can provide support.
Research exploring how Love9 - a weekly TV and radio show for young people in Cambodia - influenced knowledge, attitudes and discussion around sexual health.
A research summary discussing how Loy9, a multimedia project for young people in Cambodia, provides information that can encourage youth in civic participation.
BBC Media Action's radio and television shows for young people in Cambodia have encouraged them to get involved in their country's future.