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:
The Communities Responding to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (CORE) Initiative, a global program founded by the USAID, aimed to support an inspired, effective and inclusive response to the causes and consequences of HIV/AIDS by strengthening the capacity of community and faith-based groups (CBO/FBO). Full view
At the time of the study, illicit drug use had only been recently recognized by the Cambodian government as having the potential to accelerate the HIV epidemic in Cambodia. Responses to this issue had been focused, at best, on arresting dealers and sending users to military style camps for rehabilitation. Full view
The review examines the integrated care and prevention (ICP) program funded through Global Fund Round 1 and USAID. Findings showed positive outcomes in the areas of program performance, management and design. Full view
The report summarises finding from a brief study of the successes and, challenges of KHANA and local partners in Income Generating Activities (IGAs) for people affected by HIV/AIDS. The study covered ten partners in five provinces so only represents a subset of the whole KHANA IGA program. Full view
KHANA has been providing income generation activities (IGA) through community based implementing partners to HIV affected families. Small scale grants of USD30 were provided which can have only a limited impact on household economies. Full view