The NGO Forum on Cambodia

Annual General Member Meeting 2016

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On Thursday 21st July 2016: the NGO Forum on Cambodia conducted its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Phnom Penh Ecumenical Diakonia Center (PPEDC) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  This meeting was a full day meeting among NGO Forum’s members, network members, and relevant stakeholders from 7:30am to 5:00pm. There were 108 participants (42 women) participated in this meeting.
The meeting was opened and welcomed by Mr. Yin Dara, Chairperson of the Management Committee (MC) of the NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) and the Program officer of Forum Syd. Firstly, he thanked all government officers, NGOF members, network members, INGOs and NGOs that came to join this AGM today. Then, he started to introduce briefly the objectives and the main sessions including:

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National Workshop on Land Title: Systematic Land Registration and Indigenous Communal Land Titling

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19-20 July 2016, Angkor Miracle Hotel, Siem Reap Province:
The NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) in collaboration with relevant stakeholders organized a national workshop on Systematic Land Registration (SLR) and Indigenous Communal Land Titling (CLT). The two-day workshop brought over 140 active participants together in accordance with the planned agenda. The invited participants were representatives of civil society organizations, national and sub-national government officials, communities, researchers and academia.

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Second Regional Consultation Workshop On Draft Law Of Agriculture Land

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Battambang town, July 12-13, 2016: Network of Food Security and Safety in Cambodia (NDF-C), Land and Housing Right Network (LARHIN), NGO Forum on Cambodia and General Directorate of Agriculture, MAFF co-organized second regional consultation workshop on draft law of agriculture land. Approximately, 150 participants (women: 50) as the representatives

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NGO Exposure Visit to China Huadian Lower Stung Russei Chrum Hydro-Electric in Koh Kong Province

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On 7th July2016: NGO exposure visit to China Huadian Lower Stung Russei Chrum Hydro-Electric Project in Koh Kong province. A meeting was organized by General Deputy of the company to share information related to project background and its profile as well. There are 14 participants (5 from Chinese Company Representatives and 9 NGOs representatives with 2 females) attended.

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Field visiting affected communities in Koh Kong province who affected by UDG company

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On 06 July 2016 afternoon: Field visit with local people, first meeting with 22 family representatives from Prek Smach village, Koh Sdac commune, Kirisakor district all of them as have agreed compensation. And the second with 7 family representatives who do not agree the compensation, Based on long discussion with effected family found that result as similar as report investigation produced by NGO Forum.

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Mapping the Threats and Enforcing Adaptation in South and South East Asia

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Kathmandu, Nepal; 03-05 July 2016:  Rising sea-levels, severe droughts and floods, extreme weather events and the melting of the Himalaya glaciers are only a few consequences that the Asia-Pacific-Region is increasingly facing. Societies in South and South East Asia that already try to overcome poverty and underdevelopment are particularly affected. Many people who live on agriculture or settle in coastal or mountainous regions are at high risk. Weather-related crop failures or devastating meteorological events as a result of climate change threatens their livelihood. Especially the poorer population often do not have the capacity to adapt to the changing situations. Thus, promoting the adaptation to climate change is of high importance for the two sub-regions. Appropriate adaptation mechanisms can contribute to reduce the risk potential of countries and mitigate the risk of disastrous impacts.

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