Medical Office
free services for the most vulnerable

Cambodia’s healthcare system is primitive even for those with the means to pay for services. But a lack of trained doctors and properly equipped clinics means that many Cambodians – particularly the most vulnerable – receive no care at all. LICADHO’s Medical Project attempts to bridge this gap in services.

The Medical Project focuses on providing medical care to prisoners, prison officials and human rights victims; furnishing medical evidence in court cases; medically documenting prison torture; identifying and highlighting the causes of major health problems in prisons; initiating preventative health education and hygiene programs in prisons; and providing medical services to people living in eviction or resettlement sites.

What we do

Prison Population Watch
12,780 Occupancy Rate: ↘153%

Click here for the latest report on prison overcrowding
Monthly population figures as of February 27, 2014, from the 18 prisons monitored by LICADHO

The Great Cambodian Giveaway

Visualizing Land Concessions over Time