Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility: Case Study in Cambodia in public health fields: October - November 2018
Scholarships, Alumni, International students, Developing countries, International aid, International cooperation, Higher education, Gender equity, Public health, Case studies, Impact studies
This report details the outcomes of a Case Study of Australian Government-funded scholarship alumni from Cambodia. Alumni interviewed in this Case Study completed their studies between 1996 and 2006 in the field of public health. This research was conducted by the Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility (the Facility) on behalf of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s (DFAT).The majority of alumni interviewed were from the public service and returned to their institutions at the end of their award at a time of major health and public sector reforms in Cambodia. They were able to draw on their Australian skills and knowledge to contribute to important national level programs and policies in the areas of: maternal and child health, disease surveillance, HIV/AIDS, gender-based violence, mental health, health planning and management, food security and governance.
Doyle, J. & Nietschke, Y. (2019). Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility: Case Study in Cambodia in public health fields: October - November 2018. Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. https://dfat.gov.au/people-to-people/australia-awards/Pages/australia-awards-global-tracer-facility-year-3-results.aspx
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Cambodia, Southeast Asia