CSSD works directly with marginalized communities within Phnom Penh and helps members of these stigmatized communities gain access to healthcare. Because of their occupations, social interactions or lifestyle choices, these individuals can be denied the healthcare that they deserve. Thus, CSSD works to improve the health, provide health education and increase the access to healthcare of individuals within these vulnerable populations.
While in Cambodia, other members of GlobeMed at Rutgers and I will be working on health education programs, survey analysis, grant writing and language instruction. Specifically, I will be working on health education toolkit to ensure that members of these communities are knowledgeable about health practices.
Traveling to Cambodia will be an an extremely incredible yet expensive adventure! Thus, any possible donations would be greatly appreciated!!!
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