The NGO Forum on Cambodia


Partnerships for Sustainable Growth

Socio-Economic Equity Development Programme

Natural Resource Governance Programme

Research M&E and Communication

Governance and Management (GM)

Secretariat and Networking


Refresher Training on National and Sub-national Budget and Video Training

The NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF), under the fund support from OXFAM Cambodia to implement the project entitled” Promote Citizen’s Participation in the Public Spending” which will be implemented in two target provinces: Siem Reap and Ratanakiri. Based on the agreement, the NGOF will implement the series of activities including, capacity building, research, dialogue and budget monitoring…etc. On 24th-25th February 2020, the NGOF cooperated with the provincial NGO network, provided the Refresher training on National and Sub-national budget to the existing NGO network members and youths in Ratanakiri Province. There were 20 provincial NGO network members and youths participated in ...
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Exposure Visit on Climate Change Adaptation and Agricultural Techniques to CSO Members

The NGO Forum organized an exposure visit on climate change adaptation and agricultural techniques to CSO members which held on February 10-12, 2020, Battambang Province. This exposure visit was organized with the aim to increase the capacity and knowledge of the network members to understand and learn from good practices of stakeholder collaboration in addressing and implementing climate-sensitive agricultural techniques, contract farming practices, and agricultural production chains. There were total 21 participants, including 07 women attended the exposure visit. In the beginning of exposure visit, there was a learning workshop on roles of multi-stakeholders responding to climate change adaptation and ...
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Regional Meeting on V4MF Annual Review and Planning Hosted

Mr. Ouk Vannara, Deputy Executive Director of The NGO Forum on Cambodia attended the regional meeting on V4MF annual review and planning hosted by RECOFTC at its regional office in Kasetsart University, Bangkok (Thailand), on 16-18 December 2019 with 32 participants who are V4MF partners from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and Vietnam. The main objective of the meeting are 1)-To capitalize achievements and contributed changes towards improved forest governance, particularly related to (i) Policy, Legal & Institutional frameworks; (ii) Planning and decision-making processes and (iii) Implementation, Enforcement and Compliance, 2)-To reflect on lessons learned and derived recommendations for future interventions, ...
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Training Course on Video Producing

The NGO Forum on Cambodia organized a training course on Video producing for NSDP and CSDG which funded NPA which held on 16-17 December 2019 at Tonle Bassac I, Phnom Penh. This training aimed to:
• Provide a basic understanding of how to use the camera setting for video, including frame rate, ISO and SHUTTER, sound, audio level, and video resolution.
• Understand the form of video, contents, message, questionnaire design, and interview.
• To use the Adobe Premier for editing video, color grade, and export and upload to social media.
• Innovate awareness-raising on NSDP and CSDGs through media ...
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Regional Training of Trainers on Capacity Assessment for Responsible Agri-Investments and youth in Agricultural Sector

The NGO Forum staffs has participated in Regional training of Trainers on Capacity Assessment for Responsible Agri-Investments and youth in Agricultural Sector from 09-13 December 2019 at Bangkok, Thailand. The training is organized by FAO and AsiaDHRRA. There’re 28 participants from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, Grow Asia, AsiaDHRRA, and FAO. In general, the objective of this capacity identification workshop is to level-off understanding among participants on responsible agricultural investments and the role of youth. Specifically, it aims to: i) Deepen understanding on CFS-RAI and ASEAN Guidelines on RAI; ii) Increase knowledge on FAO capacity development approach (3 ...
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