Detail of Information

អូខិនដិន ( អូខិនដិន )

Ockenden Cambodia (OCKENDEN)

Type : Local NGOs

Gpp : Never

Sector :

Contact Information

Director/Country director :

Ccc Box : 34

Po Box : 2562

Phone Number : 054 958 940 /023 721 935/023 987 735/012 693 953/0

Email Address : nharn_ockenden@online.com.kh

Website :http://www.ockendencambodia.org

Head Quarter Phone Number : 023 987 735/054 958 940/012 42 12 42

Head Quarter Website :

Head Quarter Email : ockenden.cam@online.com.kh

Head Quarter Address : Klar Kon Village, Kampong Svay Commune, Sereisophoan Municipality, Banteay Meanchey Province, Cambodia.

Head Quarter Country : Cambodia

Location

Province : Phnom Penh

District : Chamkar Mon

Commune : Tuol Svay Prey Muoy

Village : Ou Thum

Overview

Ockenden Cambodia characterises itself as a development organisation, tending to concentrate on areas where there are most vulnerable rural communities (including displaced families, women headed households and handicapped people) and indigenous ethnic minority groups. All development activities have been designed and selected in a participatory approach and will be undertaken directly with the grassroots communities so as to strengthen local participation in the projects and create longer term sustainability.

Background

It has localised from Ockenden International since 1st April 2007 in order to continue the implementations of projects and to take all responsibilities handed over by Ockenden International, Ockenden Cambodia currently works in six different provinces in Cambodia ― five existing northwest provinces and one northeast province (Ratanakiri province.

Value

N/A

Misssion

In solidarity with partner institutions and host communities, Ockenden Cambodia aims to empower and improve the quality of life of poor and vulnerable Cambodian people.

Vision

All poor and vulnerable displaced people of Cambodia are socially integrated and live in self-sufficiency, peace and prosperity.

Goal

Empower target groups thereby enabling them to effectively and meaningfully participate in decision-making and community development projects affecting their lives.