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“ Women need access to free and/or affordable basic social services to ensure quality of life and active participation in the society.” 
“ Worker’s forum gave space for worker like me to bring about issues at workplace and residential area, and talk to key stakeholders for solution to our problem.” 
 
United Sisterhood Alliance (Us)

We are an alliance of four social groups dedicated to addressing the needs of the people in Cambodia as well as realizing social development, change, and justice.We believe that in order to influence policy, the grass-roots have to be aware and engaged in the process of Change. We are committed to diversity, equality, and partnership. We are dedicated to building strong united movements that can bring change and justice to Cambodian society.
 

Activities Member

( 21 January 2016 )

In 2009 the NGO WAC made a strategic decision to concentrate all resources and expertise into the continued strengthening and development of social and advocacy groups in order to people in Cambodia as well as realising social development, change and justice.

( 22 September 2015 )

Workers’ Information Center (WIC) is the women garment workers based association and registered at Ministry of Interior (MOI) in 2009. WIC was emerged from the Womyn’s Agenda for Change (WAC)’s project called the garment workers’ empowerment.

( 22 September 2015 )

The Messenger Band, a garment worker girl band, grew from Womyns’ Agenda for Change (WAC)’s long engagement in the self determination building among Cambodian garment workers.

( 23 September 2015 )

“Women’s Rights to Greater Access to Adequate Basic Social Services”
The People’s Policy on “Women’s Rights to Greater Access to Adequate Basic Social Services” is proposed and made by the Cambodian grassroots women from the garment and sex industries aims for the dialogue with the
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