HERE ARE OUR MAIN PROGRAMS
By building positive relationships, effective communication, problem solving skills and positive parenting practices, ICS-SP aims to decrease violence against women and children, to promote gender equality and to break the inter-generational transmission of violence within families. A key component of skillful parenting is the increase in parents’ self-efficacy – the belief you can make a change in the lives of your children, family and community – a prerequisite for behavioral change.
ICS-SP aims to become a recognized training agency providing training to other organizations or institutions to incorporate skillful parenting in their programs. ICS-SP chooses to structure this activity as a training business as this will allow ICS-SP to reach out to a large number of parents and caregivers in different parts and segments of Cambodian society in a financially sustainable way. International development agencies, local civil society and government agencies will pay a training fee for their staff to be trained as facilitators on skillful parenting. ICS-SP will provide a number of free scholarships per year to smaller local organizations that are in need of Skillful Parenting, but without resources to pay for a training.read more
ICS-SP aims to scale-up its direct implementation of Skillful Parenting in the coming 5 years to support vulnerable parents/caregivers to foster a non-violent and caring home environment and better able to protect their children in and outside of the home.read more
ICS-SP aims to provide a platform for stakeholders from different entities both locally and nationally to share experiences, results and best practices of parenting interventions preventing violence against women and children with the goal of strengthening existing programming as well as joint policy influencing. This will be done in partnership with the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP). Also, ICS-SP will connect relevant with parenting networks on a regional and international level to enhance its expertise on parenting.read more