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    Poorest Cambodians
    DATE AUTHOR TITLE SUMMARY FILE
    06 Sep 02 Dr. Ir Por, Deputy Medical Coordinator MSF H/B
    & Mr Sour Iyong, Director of CAAFW
    HEALTH EQUITY FUND in Sotnikum & Thmar Pouk operational districts Health Equity Fund Equity_Fund_presentation_at_Medicam_Por.ppt
    30 Aug 02 Ministry Of Health HEALTH SECTOR STRATEGIC PLAN 2003-2007 The vision of the strategic plan is to really make a difference, for the better, to the health of the people of Cambodia.
    The purpose of the strategic plan is to provide direction to the development of the health sector over the next 5 years.
    Eng_Summary.pdf
    30 Nov 02 MoH, NIPH, MoP, GTZ Consultation Meetings with the Poor:PRSP- Health As this study involves only the poor groups, the starting point of the discussion was to discuss a little bit about how they themselves define the poor and why. They define the poor into two categories by using theKhmer word Kror and Toal. Kror means they still have food to eat but are unable to save anything from what they earn, have no money to send children to school, can not afford to pay medical care at hospital, live in a small thatch house etc., while Toal they just simply rely on daily labor, do not have enough food to eat "Ban Preuk Kvas Lngeach" meaning you have enough food for the morning but not enough for the evening. Thus, struggling for food is the main concerns for the toal people. And usually they are in debt. POR-115_Poverty___Health_(PRSP_consultations_with_the_poor).doc