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Responsible Drinking

APISWA acknowledges the value a whole-of-society approach can bring in combatting harmful drinking and are committed to working in partnership with the authorities and civil society to implement initiatives to tackle alcohol misuse. This includes addressing drink driving, enhancing minors’ protection, tackling underage access and promoting the responsible consumption of alcohol.

APISWA ReportsCase StudyCSRResponsible Drinking
January 26, 2023

APISWA publishes booklet ‘Cambodia: Working Together to Reduce Alcohol Harm’ featuring responsibility initiatives implemented between 2017-2022

In January 2023, APISWA published a booklet entitled 'Cambodia: Working Together to Reduce Alcohol Harm', which features a compilation of…
Alcohol in SocietyAPISWA ReportsCSRProtection of MinorsResponsible Drinking
January 26, 2023

Legal Purchasing Age (LPA) Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue Session held in Cambodia

Earlier this month, APISWA participated in a multi-stakeholder dialogue co-organized by the Cambodian Safety Solution Organization (CAMSAFE) and the Asian…
ResponsibilityResponsible Drinking
August 19, 2022


In a joint effort, APISWA and the Singapore Alliance for Responsible Drinking (SARD) launched #HowMuchIsTooMuch, which was designed to promote…
Case StudyCombatting Drink DrivingResponsibilityResponsible Drinking
August 17, 2022

Road Safety Partnership – Cambodia and Vietnam

Our Commitment Road safety is a shared responsibility, and government, civil society and the private sector must all work together…