Date: 27-27 Sep 2018
Time: 8:00 AM-12:00 AM
This 254th Bi-Monthly meeting was convened o 27 September 2018 at Diakonia Center (KSSA/ICF), where CCC welcomes two new members such as BBC Media Action and Human and Health Organization. In addition to development approaches sharing from new members, participants were able to get results on research findings for satisfaction survey and quick survey on legal compliance and share an update on Tax and Labour Law. Moreover, CSO's priority and Road Map in the new development context.
CCC believes that, through this meeting, participants could share knowledge and experiences and the common concerns on development challenges and prioritize the issues to be addressed by relevant stakeholders.
Feedback Sheet (2)Downloads
2018 BMM_Presentation (3)Downloads
Quick Survey to MoU and RegistrationDownloads
CCC Bi-Monthly Meeting updateDownloads
Tax Labour Update 2018 -NGOs Sector_Presentation_FinalDownloads
Prakas on severance pay of amendment of article 89 of Labour Law (1)Downloads
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This forum is organized to achieve the following objectives: To discuss the very urgent need CSOs for assistance on the implication of the amendment of labour law on the matter of seniority payment. (The calculation of the seniority payment). To find the common strategies and way forward solving the common challenges among CSOs related to the new changes of the legal framework for CSOs.
Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) is the biggest event of the year for CCC members, partners and constituencies to come together to celebrate the success 2017, to discuss on key issues and also set commitments for 2018.
As the longest established membership organization in Cambodia, the Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) has been playing a unique role since 1990 in strengthening the cooperation, professionalism, accountability, governance...
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The M&E Learning Forum has been conducted since December 2009 and facilitated by CCC with technical support from M&E Working Group members who are M&E professionals and practitioners of CCC members. The forum is designed to: