First Bi-monthly Member Meeting
Venue: KSSA/ICF Center, Phnom Penh
Date: 01-01 Apr 2014
The bi-monthly meeting for member organizations of CCC was organized on 1 April 2014 to bring the leaders and senior managements of member organizations together to share and discuss on CCC's By Law amendment, progress of program implement, and national development progress and challenges. The meeting was organized into four sessions such:
Session 1: Update on progress a) CCC Governance Hub Program (GHP) b) Announcement to the CCC by-laws amendment Question and Answers (10mn)
Session 2: Social Accountability Framework which was presented by H.E Cheam Pe A, Deputy Director General of General Department of Local Administration Director of M&E Division Ministry of Interior (MOI)
Session 3: Update on National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) by H.E Poch Sovanndy, Deputy Director of Planning Ministry of Planning.
Session 4: Civil Society Organization's Future Outlooks which discussed on CSO Green Paper: Key issues/ challenges, proposed strategies, and key roles to play for 2014 and beyond.
This sessions have divided participants in 9 small groups to discussion three question:
- What are key challenges/ key priorities need to be added or removed?
- What are key strategies to address these key challenges?
- What are the roles and responsibilities of local and international NGOs, and working groups/sub-committee to respond to these priorities? Reports to plenary and conclusion.
It was not only share and update on these topic sessions but participants are encouraged to build networking and collaboration among CSOs.
Other Event Archives
IN THIS ISSUE : JOINT EFFORT TO GIVE STRENGTH : The Second Partnership Forum between the Gov’t and CSOs, CIVIL SOCIETY DAY: Celebration to Mark 40th anniversary of Civil Society Work, BEYOND TAXATION: The Success in Setting up the Taxation Working Group Between GDT and CSOs, “POWER OF TOGETHERNESS NEVER ENDS”: Strengthening Civil Society Membership Platform
To express thanksgiving and appreciation to the voluntary groups for their contributions to improve the quality services of CSOs in Cambodia; To reflect on the CCC and voluntary working groups performance; To explore possible opportunity/ strategic direction for CCC service and performance ; To increase networking among the voluntary working groups of CCC to promote the synergy and share the best practices
Benefits of the Training At the end of the program participants will Have the basic knowledge and skills to raise funds at local level for a local project of their organizations; Be able to determine the resources needed for projects to match these with potential donors; Be able to know basics of effective fundraising and be able to draft an action plan and budget for fundraising activities;
The Cooperation Committee for Cambodia is implementing a project on “Strengthening civil society for democratic and sustainable development in Cambodia”. The project budget in the amount of 1.5 million Euro is jointly financed by the European Union (EU) and the Bread for the World (BfdW) for the period of 42 months, starting from 01 April 2017.
Promoting more effective partnership between INGOs and other CSO building on Oxfam's Future Roles of INGO in Cambodia
The consultation was aim to build common understanding on the role of civil society organization especially the future role of International Organizations in Cambodia.
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