Wednesday, 23 August 2017

SCW History

Save Cambodia's Wildlife (SCW) was established and registered with the Ministry of Interior in July 29, 2002. SCW was initially based in Takeo Province and activities in the first few years included the provision of technical support to Phnom Tamao Rescue Centre, and increasing environmental awareness both within the wildlife rescue centre and with the general public. Back then and up to the present, SCW uses teaching programs, study tours, book publications, videos, presentations and environmental awareness campaigns to educate all levels of society, particularly focusing on youth, children and rural villagers.

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Social Entrepreneurship

To ensure ownership and sustainability for our target communities and for SCW as an organization, we believe in Social Business as the future of business, which benefits everybody. In 2017, SCW will increase these Social Enterprise efforts for sustainable communities, NGOs and business.

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Key Achievements (by end of 2016)

Over the last 15 years, SCW…

  • supported more than 15 projects in 8 Cambodian provinces
  • contributed to the conservation of 510,000+ hectare of forest and wildlife habitat
  • established 13 Community Protected Areas (CPAs)
  • hosted over 35 Youth Debates

Over the last 10 years, SCW…

  • established over 20 Eco-Clubs in 5 provinces

Over the last 3 years, SCW…

  • trained 30,000+ people on NRM, NTFPs, Eco-Tourism & RBA
  • established 800+ SfC groups with 14,000+ members (78% F); with accumulative member saving of 316,000+ USD
  • trained 102,000 direct right holders and duty bearers

 

Goal & Strategic Objective

As a leading national NGO in environmental protection and biodiversity conservation, SCW enables increased community ownership for sustainable livelihoods and effective Natural Resource Management.

Vision

A world where nature, wildlife and human beings co-exist peacefully.

Mission

To protect and conserve natural resources and wildlife habitats through:

  • Education & Community Mobilization
  • Integrated Alternative Livelihoods

Value - TIGER

  • Transparency & Accountability
    • We don’t practice any hidden agendas or conditions. We openly provide full information on our activities – as practicable within the legal framework – for collaboration, cooperation, and collective decision making. SCW’s Annual Reports including Financial Reports, Goal/Vision/Mission/Values, Strategic Direction and Project Information are available on our website.
    • We responsibly stand by our decision and actions, and are able to justify them to our stakeholders. If we make a mistake, we report and correct it – seeking help, if needed. We act in the best interest and overall well-being of our projects, and we use all resources - human, financial, assets - in an efficient and effective way. Written reports on project progress including challenges and lessons learned are submitted regularly to our donors; SCW also discusses these during quarterly partner meetings.
  • Integrity & Honesty
    • We are true to ourselves, following our moral and ethical convictions. We live our values in our relationships with coworkers, beneficiaries, partners and other stakeholders.
    • We say what we mean, and mean what we say. We communicate clearly and use easy to understand words and language. We don’t lie, cheat or steal. SCW operates under a strict “Zero Tolerance” policy for theft, corruption and fraud.
  • Green Action
    • We act in an environmentally friendly manner, striving to be role models for each other, and to our friends, family and civil society.
    • We reduce, reuse, recycle, avoid environmental pollution and minimize harm to the environment.
    • We start from ourselves. Walk the talk - ensuring that our actions are in line with our vision, mission and values. We take action now, instead of later.
    • We engage our target groups – indigenous communities, youth, women - and civil society in environmental protection and biodiversity conservation, enabling them to be actors for change and shape their own, greener future.
    • We are creative and innovative regarding eco-friendly processes and technology, and continuously improve our performance, in order to fulfill our vision.
    • This value is firmly set in SCW’s Strategic Direction and strongly encourages and enables communities to take ownership for their matters and become self-sustainable.
  • Equality
    • We respect everyone’s rights and opinions. We treat everyone equally and create equal opportunities - regardless of age, nationality, race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief. This value is supported by SCW’s gender policy.
  • Respect
    • We treat everyone in a polite, kind and fair manner. We listen when others speak and encourage each other to express opinions and ideas. Communication is open and civil, and we acknowledge differences and value them. Conflicts are addressed early and there is a culture of empowerment and cooperation. Besides humans, we also respect nature and wildlife, protecting them and keeping harm from them, striving for harmony between humans and nature. This value is strongly supported by SCW’s Vision and Mission.

Staff

Head of Organization

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Executive Director

Operation Office

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Program Manager

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Technical Advisor

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Executive Marketing Officer

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Consultancy Coordinator

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IT Assistant

Finance and Admin Office

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Assistant Executive Director

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Finance Manager

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Finance Officer

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Cashier

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Receptionist

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Driver & Admin Assistant

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Communication Assistant

Hour Mouyeng

Cleaner

Soun Smith

Guard

Initiative for the Protection of Tropical Forests and Biodiversity in Cambodia

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Project Manager

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Senior Project Officer

 

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Senior Project Officer

 

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Project Officer

 

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Project Officer

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Senior Finance Officer

 

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Finance Assistant

 

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Logistics

 

Som Sika

Field Trainer

 

Ben Sovann

Driver

Roeung Yim

Cleaner

Ek Yearn

Guard

GO! Green Ownership (Ratanakiri)

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Project Manager

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Admin & Finance Assistant

 Increased resilience of farmers in Kratie and Stung Treng provinces

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Project Manager

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Project Officer

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Project Officer

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Finance Officer

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Cashier

Chan Sovatt

Logistician

Phai Oula

Guard

Khuon Kosal

Guard

Ung Kanha

Cleaner

Sophal Sreymoa

Cleaner

 Participatory CB-NRM & Eco-System Protection in 3S Rivers

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Project Manager

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Project Manager Assistant

 

Striving for Exellence

Professionalism
•    Baseline surveys: At the beginning of every project, baseline surveys are performed to assess the situation at the target site. The surveys are used to determine how activities will be carried out and workshops will be taught. For example, baseline surveys for projects involving environmental education establish the level of knowledge of the participants on environmental issues and workshops are tailored so that the appropriate materials or teaching methods are used.
•    Monitoring: Throughout the course of each project, regular meetings are conducted within SCW and with the stakeholders of the projects to monitor progress, and identify and solve problems that arise during implementation. Reports are written up for internal evaluation as well as for donors.
•    Evaluation: At the end of each project, SCW conducts a final evaluation of overall goals and accomplishments as well as lessons learned during the project.

Internal Capacity Building
•    Workshops
•    Further Education

Financial Responsibility and Transparency
•    Yearly Audits

Donors and Partners

Conservation efforts require the involvement of all levels of society to be successful. Depending on the aim of the project, SCW coordinates and liaises with concerned authorities, civil societies (relevant NGOs/CBOs), private sectors, and other types of organizations who share common or similar values and objectives, for natural resources related program development, implementation, and evaluation. Sub-contracting and collaborating with local NGOs is also part of SCW’s strategy to increase Cambodian leadership in the protection and management of natural resources.
 
                        
 
                      
 
                  
 
      
 
 

Videos

Sounds of the Jungle