The NGO Forum on Cambodia






PROGRAM

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

Meeting Between Civil Society Organizations and Media Journalist

There were 20 civil society organizations work on environment, social development, education, health, children's rights, fisheries, access to information, land governance, water resources and water infrastructure, natural resources management, indigenous peoples' rights, public financial reform, budget transparency, social accountability, climate change, education, capacity development, youth participation, gender and disability in the National Strategic Plan for Development and the Sustainable Development Goals of Cambodia which were share to relevant the medias. To ensuring the development of Cambodian are inclusive and justice.
Therefore, the meeting between civil society organizations and the media is aim for cooperation in 2020 on ward and to achieve ...
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Quarterly Member Meeting in July 2020

On Wednesday July 22nd, 2020, the NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) conducted its second QMM in a half-day started from 8:00AM to 12:00PM at Phnom Penh Ecumenical Diakonia Centre (PPEDC/ICF). There were 90 participants (31 women) attended this meeting. The meeting was chaired by Mr. Norng Sivouthan, Management Committee members of the NGOF and the Country Director of HEKS/EPER. There were three guest speakers from the Ministry of Planning (MoP), the Ministry of Economic and Finance (MoEF), and the Cambodia National Mekong Committee (CNMC) to update on 1. The progress of the implementation Cambodian Sustainable Development Goals (CSDGs) 2016-2030, 2 ...
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VALIDATION WORKSHOP ON LARGE-SCALE RUBBER INVESTMENT IN CAMBODIA

The NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) organized a Validation Workshop on the Draft Research Study on Impact of Natural Rubber Investment in Cambodia which held on July 08, 2020 at Raksmey Pich Hotel, Stung Treng Province. There were 31 participants (06 women) from Provincial Administration of Stung Treng and Mondulkiri, PDAFF of Stung Treng and Mondulkiri, Local authority and Community of Kbal Romeas Chas and Trpeang Krahorm, Oxfam, NGOF, SVC, RNN, and MVi. Dr. Tek Vannara, Executive Director of NGOF, in a welcome remark. He said that this event is organized by the NDF-C of NGOF that working toward the ...
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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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Validation and Consultation Workshop on Draft Report on Analysis of Policy Aspects on Non-Communicable Disease in Cambodia

Phnom Penh, 01 July 2020 The NGO Forum on Cambodia, in collaboration with Oxfam, organized a workshop to verify data and consult on a draft report on the analysis of non-communicable disease policy aspects in Cambodia at Hotel Cambodiana, Phnom Penh. There were 72 participants (27 women) from representatives of relevant ministries, the private sector, development partners, national and international civil society organizations, higher education institutions and journalists. The consultation workshop was organized for two main purposes which are:
• To consult, discuss and share information to relevant stakeholders include line ministries development partners, private sectors, academia, communities about Non-Communicable Disease ...
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