- Last Updated on Thursday, 11 September 2014 08:52
Oddor Mean Chey, September 27-28: The NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) together with CSOs REDD+ Network in Cambodia (CSO-REDD+) organized a two-day study trip to the Voluntary Carbon Project in Oddor Mean Chey in North Western Cambodia. The trip aimed to order to build capacity, share ideas about challenges and solutions within the communities among 16 local community members, including three women. The participants were from from Seima REDD+ voluntary market project, REDD+ Consultation Group (CG), Indigenous communities, Prey Long community, Kampong Thom and Rattanakiri. During the trip they explored and share their experiences on the participatory process and the implementation of community based forest carbon conservation, especially on forest monitoring, and the participation and grievance mechanism.
- Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 12:00
Phnom Penh August 15: Eight people, including three women, from the Indigenous People and Forestry Network (IPFN), attended a meeting with Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) to present the results of their investigation into deforestation in Pukong village, Mondulkiri Province, The report included findings and recommendations on how to resolve illegal logging in the area. The meeting was chaired by H.E Chea Sam Ang, Deputy of Forestry Administration, and was facilitated by NGO Forum; representatives from three other three organization including Youth Association (CIYA), Community Legal Education Center (CLEC) and Development and partnership in Action (DPA) were also present.
Capacity Building on Agricultural Cooperative to Network for Development of Food Security and Safety in Cambodia (NCF-C)
- Last Updated on Thursday, 28 August 2014 18:16
Phnom Penh, August 18 – 20: Thirty trainees from various NGO networks (9 women), came together for a three-day training course called "Agricultural Cooperatives: Policies Issue, Business Plan and Market" organized by NGO Forum and the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries.