The Health Action Coordinating Committee (HACC) is a network of local and international NGOs working on general health issues. Established in 1995, HACC plays initial role as a network of NGO work on HIV and AIDS in Cambodia. In addition, HACC also provides number of services including coordination among Civil Society Organizations, promote the sharing of information, and experiences from the field among NGO workers responding to HIV and AIDS in Cambodia. Due to the lack of NGO coordination on health, HACC was nominated by NGO as a network of local and international NGOs are working on general health program in Cambodia. With the current members almost 100, HACC has become a strong coordinating body among CSOs in networking, coordination, information sharing, advocacy, good governance, capacity building, community empowerment and health system strengthening.
A Cambodian society where all individuals have access to quality health care services and live longer and healthier lives.
Contributing to the achievements of the goals and objectives of the Cambodian Health Strategic Plan, HACC coordinates and represents health active civil society organizations in addressing health concerns and bridging the gap among providers, users, and related authorities.
With over 20 years of experience, HACC is a leader in networking, partnership initiation, information sharing, organizational development, and advocacy. Further, HACC successfully bridges the information gap between civil society and influential policy makers, stakeholders, and national directors.
With extensive know-how in the program design and implementation of intervention strategies during the HIV and AIDS epidemic in Cambodia, the committee offers expertise in community and health strengthening programs. Further, HACC utilizes limited resources by focusing on community members and key at risk populations (KP) within targeted areas. Ultimately, HACC’s extensive efforts work to strengthen both the local community and the larger health system.