CCC Bi-Monthly Members Meeting
Venue: ICF/Diakonia Center
Date: 06-06 Dec 2018
Time: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
This 255th Bi-Monthly meeting was convened on 06 December 2018 at Diakonia Center (KSSA/ICF), where CCC welcomes seven new members such as Community Capacities for Development (CCD), ForumZFD, Komar Rikreay (KMR), OIC Cambodia, Operations Enfants du Cambodge (OEC), Rural Development Association (RDA) and Society for Action and Change for Rural Education and Development (SACRED).
In addition to development approaches sharing from new members, participants were able to get results on research findings from CSOs Sustainable Index, to share and generate feedback/inputs from CCC members for CCC 2019 Operation Plan, and up-coming Annual General Meeting, and also to share and discuss on current update of legal framework (which more focus on pension fund, seniority and twice payment per-month for salary).
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.
This meeting is organized to achieve the following objectives:
- To welcome new members and sharing of members’ development approaches
- To share research results on CSOs Sustainable Index
- To share and generate feedback/inputs from CCC members for CCC 2019 Operational Plan, and up- coming Annual General Meeting
- Share and discuss on current update of legal framework (which more focus on pension fund, seniority and twice payment per-month for salary)
18.12.06 SACRED presentation1Downloads
190927_PPT Final_Prakas-443_Seniority Indemnity - KH (1)Downloads
CSOSI Result- 2017Downloads
CCC GHP Operaitonal Plan 2019-SaroeunDownloads
Prakas on Seniority Indemnity 2018 - KH (2)Downloads
Second Round Announcement for EOI of sub-grant in BMM 06-11-2018 (1)Downloads
OIC overview_CCC meeting_6 Dec 18_finalDownloads
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