- Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 September 2015 15:59
Phnom Penh, September 23, 2015: NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF), through the National Budget Project of the Development Issues Program with the financial and technical support of UNICEF, conducted a one-day workshop on “Cambodian Budget” at Tonle Basac II restaurant to 51 participants (19 females). The majority of whom previously partook in a three-day training program on “Budget Analysis and Advocacy” held by NGOF on June 15-17th, 2015 at Sunway Hotel. These participants included NGOF staff, Budget Working Group (BWG) members, and representatives of the National Assembly (NA), Development Partners (DPs), NGOF’s member organizations, and students from various universities.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 September 2015 15:07
Phnom Penh, September 23, 2015: Today, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) together with the NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) organized a hydroiplomacy training workshop on “International Water Law and Regional Cooperation” with cooperated with the Third Commission of National Assembly (NA) in Cambodia at Hotel Cambodiana. H.E Pol Ham, Chair of the Third commission of the National Assembly gave an opening remarks for this event.
- Last Updated on Monday, 28 September 2015 15:30
Phnom Penh, September 22, 2015: This morning, the report on “Statistic Analysis on Land Dispute in Cambodia, 2014”, initiated by NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) is officially launched to the public at Tonle Bassac 2 Restaurant. Approximately 60 participants from the National Assembly, Mondolkiri’s Deputy Governor, Ministry of Land Management Urban Planning and Construction, local authorities in Phnom Penh, development partners, local and international NGOs network/members and communities attended this event.
This event is organized in order to publicly disseminate the report result, present key findings of the report to public and lastly, to increase knowledge and understanding of land situations in order to bring all relevant stakeholders to pay attention on them and further spread out to call for intervention.