Welcome to KHANA online resource library
KHANA produces a range of publications including research reports, programme evaluations, progress reports, programme tools, and information, education and communication (IEC) materials. These are used by our implementing partners, donors, and stakeholders, but are also freely available for download by civil society organisations globally.
Our publications provide strategic information which can be used to strengthen the evidence base for the HIV response and other health work in Cambodia. We use our publications to improve our own programme implementation, and to inform policy and strategy development for the national response. Lessons learned and good practices are shared with our partners and other stakeholders, and contribute to the knowledge base for HIV programming in Cambodia.
The following KHANA publications are available for download:
KHANA is the largest national non-governmental organization (NGO) providing community based HIV prevention, care and support service in Cambodia. In 2010, we worked in 20 provinces and municipality through a network of nearly 40 implementing partners. We provided funding to scale up implementing partner programs, and training to strengthen partner capacity. The 2010 Annual Report highlighted key achievements, challenges, good practice and future directions. Full view
The review provides an overview of program implementation, challenges, impact to date and lessons learnt. Full view
The program aims to improve empowerment for most risk population and PLHIV, which is visualized as the interplay between social capital, an enabling environment and access to services and commodities. Full view
The assessment aimed to examine organizational and project management capacity, and staff technical capacity. The capacity assessment aimed to inform capacity building plans for each partner. Full view
The report highlights findings of an evaluation of the three year integrated food support and home care project conducted in collaboration with WFP. The report also aims to establish baseline data for future project implementation. Full view