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


NGO Forum’s Mid-year Reflection

As part of the team building program, on the way to the border in Kampong Trach, sightseeing was facilitated with the team gathering and group photos in different style according to the NGO Forum’s program perspective. We visited Kampong Trach resort, Kampot province which consists of the beautiful natural resources that attract tourist for sight-seeing. While we crossed the border, we visited Khu Van Hoa Thach Dong Cave in Cambodian Vietnamese border. The Koh Tral City Tour, we visited Khu Du Uch Suot Tranch resort. Koh Tral has 589,23 square kilometers. 40% of forest was cleared for the development started ...
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Multi-Stakeholders Dialogue on Responsible Foreign Direct Investment in Agriculture in Cambodia

The role of investment, in particularly foreign direct investment (FDI), is regarded as one of the most important contributors to economic growth. The past quarter-century has witnessed remarkable growth in FDI flow all over the world. This is due to the fact that many countries, especially developing countries, see FDI as an important element in their overall strategy for economic development. FDIs contribute to the economic development of the host country through the augmentation of domestic capital and the enhancement of efficiency through the transfer of new technology, marketing, and managerial skills, innovation, and best practices. But FDI can also ...
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Training on Istanbul Principles

The NGO Forum on Cambodia recently received a small grant from the Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) under the themes for promoting the International obligation, those include SDGs, Istanbul principle, Accra and south- South cooperation. As the civil society in Cambodia are very limited in terms of the Istanbul principle in particularly link between the Istanbul principle and current CSDGs. To deal with these issues, the NGOF provided the training course on the Istanbul principle to the NGO network members in Siem Reap which was held on 14 June 2019. There were 40 participants attended that training event, including 13 ...
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Awareness raising on the SIS and 1st report on SOI to NSA network on Forest Governance and Management/REDD+

The NGO Forum, RECOFTC and National REDD+ secretariat organized 2-day awareness raising on the Safeguard Information System (SIS) and the Summary of Information (SOI) June, 6-7 2019 at Siem Reap province. There were 51 participants (2 females) included IP representatives, local NGOs, INGO, CSO-REDD+ network member, and private sectors. The awareness raising aimed to (i) enhance participant’s capacity on REDD+ safeguards, particularly, the summary of information; (ii) collect feedback from NSA on the summary of information of REDD+ safeguard; and (iii) discuss the roles and contributions of NSA in the implementation of the Safeguard Information System. This is a five-year ...
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Environment and World Environment Day, 05 June

This event is part of inspiring all Cambodian citizens to better understand the impact of air pollution which affected on health and environment. How can we work together to reduce the usage and pollution of the environment? In addition, to encourage the private sector, communities and individuals together find sustainable solutions and reduce air pollution come from all types of waste, especially plastic waste, and for participating in environmental protection in Cambodia. The NGO Forum on Cambodia through the Environment and Agriculture Program has been has actively participated with the Ministry of Environment. Taking part of National Environment and World ...
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Coordinating Committee Member