Promote effective NGO governance and good relationships between Boards and Executive Directors
Venue: CKCC, Phnom Penh
Date: 16-17 Oct 2014
Expected results of the workshop:
- Participant NGOs have improved understanding of governance, and the roles and responsibilities of boards;
- Participant NGOs are able to explain and differentiate between management and governance and describe the collective nature of governance;
- Good local practices of boards and management are identified and compiled for sharing with others;
- Ways forward are identified for applicant NGO to continue the NGO GPP certification process.
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