On December 28, 2022, CSAF Held a Ceremony of Recognition of Its Cooperation Partners in Banteay Meanchey and Pailin Provinces Presided over by HE Kem Rath Viseth, Deputy Chief of Cabinet of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Secretary of State, Office of the Council of Ministers and Chairman of the Board CSAF With the participation of organizations, associations, unions and communities in both provinces.
The recognition of members of this cooperation partner is designed to contribute to the dissemination of Cambodia’s Sustainable Development Goals so that civil society organizations in Banteay Meanchey and Pailin provinces can better understand and develop partnerships. With stakeholders and the Royal Government to achieve the 18 goals successfully by 2030.
Speaking at the ceremony, HE Kem Rath Viseth encouraged social organizations, associations, communities and unions operating in the two provinces to continue to strengthen closer cooperation with the Royal Government in partnership with a sincere will to continue to strengthen internal unity. In accordance with the law in force, adhere to political neutrality and must continue to contribute more actively to the development of the country in accordance with the policies of the Royal Government.
He also urged civil society organizations to harmonize their work plans in close cooperation with local authorities in line with the local administration’s three-year development plan and rolling investment program.
Please note that Established by Sub-Decree No. 129, dated June 22, 2016, as directed by Samdech Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, in order to facilitate the work of civil society to achieve the harmonization of civil society in Cambodia. Gather views and opinions from scholars, researchers, academics and civil society through scientific discussions and research, and discussions and research that will be used as input for the development of new policy proposals. Serve the public interest on a voluntary basis.
Civil Society Alliance Forum and Provincial Authorities of Banteay Meanchey, Oddor Meanchey and Siem Reap
(Siem Reap): The CSO Forum in collaboration with Banteay Meanchey, Oddar Meanchey and Siem Reap Provincial Authorities organized a \"Dialogue Forum between Civil Society forums and NGOs and Communities\" from March 5 to March 07, 2018 in Banteay Meanchey, Oddar Meanchey and Siem Reap provinces.Mr. Kem Rathviseth, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Civil Society Forum, presided over the meeting with Mr. Chheuy Channa, Deputy Governor of Banteay Meanchey, Mr. Khin Nhean, Deputy Governor of Oddar Meanchey and Mr. Pov Piseth, Deputy Governor of Siem Reap. Separate forum in each province, with many participants from relevant departments, units, institutions, district councils, municipalities, communes, sangkats, as well as representatives of organizations, associations, unions and communities in each province.The purpose of this forum is to promote the role and mission of the UN. As well as the work that VSS. Completed in the past. Speaking at the three-day forum, the Chairman of the Board made it clear that Neither is the regulator governing civil society organizations in Cambodia, nor is it the operator that implements the project at the local level. វ. ស. ស. Is a facilitator to strengthen and expand cooperation and development partnership between the Royal Government and civil society organizations to better.In addition to this, Aims to contribute to the development of Cambodia through the field of civil society organizations by participating in providing support and promoting the implementation of practical projects of civil society organizations that are members of the CSO. Aims to contribute to the private sector and the Royal Government to improve the well-being of the people and promote sustainable socio-economic development.The 3-Day Dialogue Forum Organized by VSS Under the cooperation and support of the above provincial authorities, it provides an opportunity and open for direct and direct discussions and consultations between organizations, associations, unions and communities with the Royal Government, relevant authorities on specific local challenges. And other requests of the people as well. As a result, some challenges and suggestions are actually addressed in the discussions, and some issues that require further study and resolution at the technical level will continue to be discussed with the authorities, institutions and competent authorities to find solutions.