The Forum on Consultation and Reflection Workshop on Partnership Forum between the Royal Government of Cambodia and Civil Society Organizations
Venue: Diakonia Center
Date: 26-26 Aug 2019
Time: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
- To reflect on implementation progress of partnership dialogue(s) between the government and CSOs for the last 07-month period within the spirit of the Partnership Dialogue between the Government and CSOs which was conducted on January 17, 2019 organized by MOI.
- To discuss, consult and gather inputs on priority challenges concerning CSOs that have not solved during the previous Partnership Dialogue(s) and/or new emerging challenges that need to be solved.
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