Over the years, EU-Cambodia cooperation activities have touched the lives of millions of Cambodians. EU development cooperation programmes involve Cambodians from all walks of life and take place in sectors ranging from education and rural development to public financial management and private sector development. The EU is Cambodia’s largest partner in terms of grant development assistance, forecasting to disburse some € 206.5 million (over US$ 255.8 million) in 2010. The EU is also committed to ensuring more effective aid based on the conviction that Cambodians are best placed to lead their own development process.
Information on recent EU-funded projects as well case studies giving short illustrations of projects, focusing on the results achieved can be found in the EU Bluebook 2010 — European Union Development Cooperation Activities in Cambodia [3 MB] .
Detailed information on EU-funded initiatives can also be found on the website of the Cambodian Rehabilitation and Development Board (CRDB).