Thursday, 19 October 2017

Networks

SCW is GPP certified and member of CCCN, NECA, NCFPCC and RNN.

GPP: NGO Governance & Professional Practice

  • Goal: ensure accountability, good governance and transparency in the NGO sector
  • About: 74 certified NGOs, established in 2004 by Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC)
  • About CCC: the goal is to strengthen Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) across diverse sectors in terms of their cooperation, accountability, good governance and transparency

CCCN: Cambodia Climate Change Network

  • Goal: improve local community’s understanding of global climate change through (i) capacity building of its’ members, (ii) research studies and (iii) advocacy and policy influence
  • About: 40 members, established in 2009

NECA: Ngo’s Environment Climate Change Alliance

  • Goal: influence environment and climate change adaptation strategies and policies, which are gender responsive to benefit the poor and vulnerable people in Cambodia
  • About: 38 members, founded in 1995 as part of the NGO Forum Cambodia
  • About NGO Forum: the goal is  to improve the lives of poor and vulnerable people in Cambodia through building NGO cooperation and capacity, supporting NGO networks and other civil society organizations to engage in policy dialogue, debate and advocacy.

NCFPCC: National Community Forestry Programme Coordination Committee 

  • Goal: to function as an intermediary between forest communities, project implementers and the government
  • About: initiated in 2005 as part of REDD programme by UN (reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation)
  • REDD Goal: (i) reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation,(ii) conservation and enhancement of forest carbon stocks and (iii) sustainable management of forests

RNN: Ratanakiri NGO Network

  • Goal: RNN strives to (i) support local communities and (ii) strengthen Civil Society.
  • About: established in 2007 by provincial NGOs and currently has 30 members, divided into 3 sectors (i) education, (ii) health and (iii) Natural Resource Management (NRM). SCW belongs to the NRM sector.

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