The NGO Forum on Cambodia






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Environment and Agriculture Policy

National Development Policy

Land and Forestry Policy

Research M&E and Communication

Governance and Management (GM)

Secretariat and Networking

LATEST RECENT

Exposure Visit to Preah Vihear, Stoeung Treng and Ratanakiri Province to Studies on the Experience of Natural Resources Management

Government Officials, representatives from Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, and Ministry of Rural Development with CSO representatives of Oxfam, Mlup Baitong, NTFP-EP, CIPO, ICSO, DPA and PKH conducted an exposure visit to Preah Vihea, Stoeung Treng and Ratanakiri province to studies on the experience of natural resources management (protected area and forestry) and the perception of sub-national government officials on the amendment laws on natural protected area law and forestry law. The visit attributed of local communities in natural resources protection, challenges, and suggestions related to community forestry, community protected area, and communal ...
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Coaching on “the Policies Brief and Analyses”

The NGO Forum on Cambodia organized a Coaching on “the Policies Brief and Analyses” for programs staffs which held on March 29, 2019 at NGOF. There were 15 participants (2 women) to joined this coaching. The training aim for refreshing on policy influencing / policy dialogue on why it is important to us, and how to make it successes. More importantly, the effective communication with policy maker and key considerations in developing policy brief. All participants worked in group on drafting policy brief and strategy for disseminating it, and brainstorming on what have we learnt or not yet learnt? ...
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The Istanbul Principles Sharing Lessons and Challenges

The Peoples’ Coalition on Food Sovereignty (PCFS) presented its lessons learned and challenges encountered on its work regarding the Istanbul Principles (IP) during the forum entitled “The Istanbul Principles: Sharing Lessons and Challenges” held on March 26, 2019 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The activity was jointly organized by PCFS, Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN), The NGO Forum (NGOF) on Cambodia and the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE). Fifteen participants were present coming from CEDA, Agronomes et Veterinaires Sans Frontieres (AVSF), Development Partnership in Action (DPA), Centre d’Etude et de Developpement Agricole Cambodgien (CEDAC), WE EFFECT, Coalition of Cambodian Farmer ...
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Progressing Workshop on Resolution for Communal Land Title Registration to Indigenous Communities

The NGO Forum on Cambodia through Indigenous People and Forestry Network (IPFN) coordinated progress meeting with MLMUPC’s official and IPFN members which organized a Workshop on Progress and Resolution for Communal Land Title Registration to Indigenous communities on March 26, 2019 at Tonle Bassac I Restaurant, Phnom Penh. The meeting found that some NGOs have supported on CLT registration and NGO Forum will explore its members and partners who are still supporting the registration. There were three outputs made from the meeting (1) NGO Forum will coordinate its network members to update the global list of CLT in Cambodia, which ...
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Society Convened a Meeting with Experts to Provide Inputs on Doing Good Index in Cambodia

The “Doing Good Index” is a study based around a set of indicators that taken together show the regulatory and institutional infrastructure enabling or impeding philanthropic giving. For Asia, where the personal wealth is at an all-time high and with more billionaires relative to other regions, charitable activities is gaining traction for both government and private sector. However, lack of philanthropy studies have failed to have desired positive impact. Also, the problem of lack of trust between organisations and donors is the factor hindering the development of philanthropy in Asia. Therefore, Doing Good Index helps with thorough studies of the ...
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