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Public Forum on Wetlands, Water Resources, and Climate Change in Mekong River Basin

The NGO Forum on Cambodia, in collaboration with CEPA, MVI and NTFP-EP, with fund supported from Oxfam and SRJS, organized Public Forum on Wetlands, Water Resources, and Climate Change in Mekong River Basin on 07 July 2020 at Reaksmey Pich Hotel, Stung Treng Province. There were 52 participants (12 women) from representatives of the National Mekong Committee of Cambodia, Tonle Sap Authority, Freshwater Fisheries Research and Development Institute of Fisheries Administration, Tonle Sap Lake Fishing Community. Stung Treng Fishing Community Network, Deputy Governor of Stung Treng Provincial Board of Governors and national / international NGOs, as well as Professor of ...
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The First Online Consultation Meeting of CSO-REDD+ Network and Its Partner for Inputs to the Draft Action & Investment Plan for National REDD+ Strategy

On Tuesday morning, May 12, 2020, the NGO Forum on Cambodia facilitated the online consultation meeting to collect inputs for the draft Action & Investment Plan for the implementation of the National REDD+ Strategy of Cambodia for submitting to the National REDD+ Secretariat of Cambodia. There were thirteen participants (including one woman) from Diakonia, Forum Syd, RECOFTC, PKH, AFD, FLO, CTO, EHE, and CRDT. While WCS submitted their inputs separately to the meeting. As a result, the meeting members became aware about the draft Action & Investment Plan for the implementation of the National REDD+ Strategy of Cambodia. Also, we ...
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The Budget Working Group (BWG) Monthly Meeting

On 30 April 2020, the NGO Forum on Cambodia coordinate the Budget Working Group (BWG) monthly meeting through the internet online meeting. There were 14 participations (06 women) joint the meeting who are from NGO Forum, Volunteer Service Oversea (VSO), Transparency International (TI), Save the Children International (SCI), Advocacy and Policy Institute (API), Star Kampuchea (SK), GIZ, World Vision International (WVI) and Youth Resource Development Program (YRDP). This BWG meeting was achieved in following:
1. Updated members progress and way forward
2. Strengthened capacity building to members on the best practice of ISAF implementation which shared by Mrs. Chea Cheysovanna from Star ...
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CSOs and Community Participate in the 3rd National Consultation on Luang Prabang

The civil society organizations participated in the 3rd National Consultation Process on Laos' Luang Prabang Hydropower Project, organized by the Cambodian National Mekong Committee on March 13, 2020 in Kampong Cham province. The consultation aims to:
  1. Continue to review and collect feedback regarding Lao PDR's Luang Prabang dam project; and
  2. Prepare Cambodia Formal Reply Form to be submitted to MRC.
    The CSOs and community members raised concerns regarding hydrology, sediment transport, fishery and fish migration, the impact on the Tonle Sap and alternative energy option that can replace large scale hydropower dam.
    Given a significant lake of information of the proposed project, CSOs ...
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NGO Forum Launches Cambodia’s First Citizens Climate Budget

The NGO Forum on Cambodia, released Cambodia’s Citizens Climate Budget for 2017 on March 4, 2020 which supported by UNDP/ Climate Finance Network (CFN). There were 70 participants (24 women) who representative of relevant ministries, National Assembly, Development Partners, Embassies, Academia, CSOs and Community. This launching workshop aimed to:
1. disseminate and inform key stakeholders including government ministries, DPs, NGOs, private sector, and vulnerable community on current spending of public budget for climate change response in Cambodia;
2. provide an opportunity for participants to share their action plan and dialogue to address climate change issues in Cambodia particularly to ...
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