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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The Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) is known as the largest and longestestablished membership organization in Cambodia. Since 1990, it has played a unique role in strengthening the cooperation, professionalism, accountability, governance...
This forum is organized to achieve the following objectives: To discuss the very urgent need CSOs for assistance on the implication of the amendment of labour law on the matter of seniority payment. (The calculation of the seniority payment). To find the common strategies and way forward solving the common challenges among CSOs related to the new changes of the legal framework for CSOs.
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;