Established in 1980, AFSC's Cambodia Program office has provided humanitarian relief, development, and peacebuilding assistance for thousands of Cambodians during the long period of civil war and post-war recovery. The Cambodia office now runs two programs contributing to peace and development in Cambodia:
The Nationalism, Ethnicity and Identity Program works with Cambodian peace makers wanting to build a positive sense of national identity, and develop cross-border and inter-ethnic understanding.
The Integrated Sustainable Livelihoods Program supports community fisheries, forestry, and livelihood activities in Sre Ambel District, Koh Kong province, and surrounding areas. In October 2011, the program became an independent local Cambodian NGO named “Morodok”. AFSC is continuing to provide support to ensure a smooth transition to local ownership and leadership.