Une population jeune à environ 80% est la base de la croissance économique dynamique du Cambodge. Malheureusement, les ressources humaines du pays restent largement peu qualifiées. Il est donc crucial d'améliorer les compétences de la population active et de moderniser les compétences techniques et fonctionnelles dans les principaux secteurs économiques, notamment l'industrie, les services, et l'agriculture. 


  • Surface : 181,035 km
  • Population : 15,288,489 millions
  • Capitale : Phnom Penh

Swisscontact au CAMBODGE

  • depuis 2016


Bangladesh, Ouganda, Cambodge
Alliance mondiale pour la facilitation des échanges
L'Alliance mondiale pour la facilitation des échanges est un partenariat public-privé pour une croissance tirée par le commerce, qui aide les gouvernements des pays en développement et des pays les moins avancés à mettre en œuvre l'Accord sur la facilitation des échanges (AFE) de l'Organisation mondiale du commerce. En réunissant des gouvernements et des entreprises en tant que partenaires égaux pour mettre en œuvre des réformes commerciales ciblées, l'Alliance réduit les formalités administratives et met fin aux retards coûteux aux frontières.
Cambodge, Guatemala, Rwanda, Ouganda
Ecosystème entrepreneurial
Credit Suisse - Swisscontact Initiative pour la promotion d'entreprise et de I'innovation (angl.)

The initiative serves to represent entrepreneurship and innovation in developing countries and emerging economies. Through skills transfer and cooperation, select private and public partner institutions work to enhance the economic and social significance of entrepreneurship, fostering entrepreneurial thinking and action.The initiative creates...
Cambodge, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam
Agroecology and Safe Food System Transitions in Southeast Asia (ASSET)
The Agroecology and Safe food System Transitions (ASSET) project is a regional project funded by the Agence Française de Développement (AFD), the European Union (EU), and the Fond Français pour l’Environnement Mondial (FFEM) over five years from 2020 to 2025 in four targeted countries: Cambodia, Laos PDR, Myanmar, and Vietnam. The overall objective is to harness the potential of agroecology to transform food and agricultural systems into more sustainable systems, notably safer, more equitable and inclusive, in the Southeast Asia region. Coordinated by GRET in a strong articulation with CIRAD, in charge of the scientific coordination, the project will mobilise the expertise of 27 national, European and International partners, from research institutions, universities, NGOs, UN agencies, Ministries of Agriculture of the four countries.
Agriculture durable
Scaling Suitable Sustainable Technologies (S3)
The Scaling Suitable Sustainable Technologies, led by the University of Tennessee, is a sub-award under the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Sustainable Intensification at Kansas State University, funded by the USAID.
Through the employment of the gender and ecologically sensitive impact pathways mapped during the 2015-2020 WAgN-Cambodia project, the project will advance the capacity and roles of scaling agents in technology diffusion through applied research, technical assistance, curricula development and organizational strengthening. This process demonstrates the potential for scaling technologies through local, national, and regional networks and for uptake of sustainable intensification (SI) technologies by rice-based farmers and others, serving as a regional model for self-reliance.
Agriculture durable
Appropriate Scale Mechanization Consortium (ASMC)
The Appropriate Scale Mechanization Consortium (ASMC), led by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is a sub-award under the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Sustainable Intensification at Kansas State University, funded by the USAID. The Sustainable Intensification Innovation Lab (SIIL) supports collaborative research and development efforts to produce measurable impacts on reducing global hunger and poverty and improving the nutrition of smallholder farmers. The SIIL currently supports research and development in four focus countries: Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, and SenegalThe project targets a regional approach with the overall goal of facilitating the evaluation and scales up selected transformational technologies for smallholder farmers. The emphasis is on sustainable intensification of selected agricultural value chains in Asian and West African regions with the support of innovation hubs and field hubs. In Cambodia, ASMC project focus on scaling up conservation agricultural (CA) machineries via appropriate technologies and cropping systems that were actively pursued during Phase I.
Country Director Cambodia | Project Manager, ISA
Rajiv Pradhan


Au Cambodge, Swisscontact opère dans deux domaines de travail - le développement des compétences et la promotion des entreprises - en renforçant  le secteur privé. Nous nous inspirons de notre expérience régionale et mondiale à travers des partenaires publics et privés solides dans les domaines des compétences, du tourisme, de la mécanisation agricole, de l'agriculture de conservation et de l'agroécologie, de l'assistance technique et du développement des petites et moyennes entreprises (PME), et de la prospection des marchés.

Solid partnerships at all levels are essential for development projects to achieve the best possible outcomes. This is a key takeaway from our more than 60 years of experience in international development cooperation. For this reason, we work closely with local, national, and international partners. Our partnerships focus on joint projects that benefit all stakeholders, especially local populations.


Phnom Penh

THANS CORP Building #46, 7 Flr., Mao Tse Toung Blvd (245),Sangkat Boeng Trabek, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia


#63, Street 417, Kampong Bay Village, Sangkat Kampong Bay Khang Tbaung, Kampot town, Kampot Province, Cambodia


Provincial Department of Tourism, Kratie, Sre Sdao Village, Sangkat Oureusey, Kratie Town, Kratie Province, Cambodia

Stung Treng

Provincial Department of Labour and Vocational Training (PDLVT) Building, 1 Flr., Leu village, Sangkat Srah Russey, Krong Stung Town, Stung Treng province, Cambodia

Preah Vihear

Provincial Training Center (PTC) Building, 1 Flr., Domnak village, Sangkat Kampong Branak, Preah Vihear Town, Preah Vihear Province, Cambodia