Case Studies

A Success Story of Community Managed Health Equity Fund

The Community Managed Health Equity Fund (CMHEF) is a self-funded and sustainable social structure established and operating in the catchment area of the local health centre (HC). The governance structure of a CMHEF is composed of a mixed membership, including local authorities, religious leaders, public service providers, and active community members. They raise funds through […]

Social Health Protection in Partnership with GIZ – Progress Report in Q4, 2015

Since August 2014, BfH in partnership with GIZ, has been successfully implementing CMHEFs (Community Managed Health Equity Funds) in all 43 Health Centers (HCs) of Kep, Kampot, Angkor Chey and Kampong Trach Operational Districts (ODs). The scheme is being managed and funded by local communities, including religious institutions such as pagodas and mosques, with the […]

Health Equity Fund helps the poor receiving proper healthcare in times of sickness

Mr. Pang Heng and Mrs. Soun Hun’s family resides in O Phot Lek village in Ang Roka Operational District of Takeo province, which located in a westerly direction along street No. 132 if traveling a distance of approximately 4 kilometers. This village has a population of 355 people, 187 of whom are women. Out of […]

Pre-identified poor family in Prey Kabbas –after hospitalization, being able to harvest

” LIFE WITH NEW HOPE” Mr. Horn Pea and Mrs. Thouch Vanny’s family is very poor and living in Champa village, Champa commune, Preykabas district of Takeo province. This village is located about 37 km north east of the Takeo town. Their family circumstances were very difficult because their rice yield was very low. They […]

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