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Consultancy Advertisement: Baseline Assessment of the community participation in the decision-making process in development projects

RationalePublic participation is extremely important content that civil society organizations in the globe have been advocating governments to integrate it into a legal binding to ensure a meaningful participation of the public especially project affected people into a decision-making process of a government on a development project. The public participation is defined as the participation of all stakeholders concerned with the development project including ministries/institutions, local authorities, relevant departments, project owners, consulting companies, representatives of affected people and non-governmental organizations. Taking into account specifically the issues of the Lower Sasan II hydropower dam on affected people, in 2019, NGOF conducted ...
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Consultancy Announcement: Consultancy Services on Mid-Term Review of the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) 2019-2023: Inclusive Participation and Strategic Priorities Response within the Context of Covid-19 Pandemic

1. RationaleCambodia’s development visions for a progressive, inclusive, and sustainable society. “Leaving No One Behind” is a key principle to enhance people’s welfare and strengthen national solidarity. Peace, stability and inclusive and equitable growth are the cornerstones to address socio-economic inequality for national development and economic opportunities. The Government has initiated an ambitious development plan to transform Cambodia to be a high-income country by 2050. Cambodia has a blueprint to guide activities to step up development aiming to become an upper-middle-income country by 2030. The Rectangular Strategy – Phase 4 is the key political agenda of the government of the ...
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Consultancy Advertisement: Research study on People Migration link to Climate Change – case studies from Tonlesap and Mekong River in Cambodia

Climate change (CC) is the biggest threat Cambodia’s people and economy face. In the 2018 World Risk Report, it indicated Cambodia is one of the four most at risk countries in Asia. The climate challenge for Cambodia is dealing with persistent poverty, social and economic marginalization, and gender inequalities that exacerbate climate change impacts – often resulting in further food insecurity, environmental degradation, and limiting of options for the poor to adapt to climate change. Significantly, women and girls are much higher at risk and harm from climate change impacts, they have also limited their voices and chances to participate ...
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