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    Fonte: Pixnio
    7 Agosto 2019
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    Bangcoc, 7 ago (EFE).- Mais de 2,3 milhões de cidadãos do Camboja correm risco de perder suas propriedades por dívidas feitas após empréstimos concedidos por instituições de microcrédito em condições abusivas, denunciaram nesta quarta-feira grupos de ativistas. 
     
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    O Centro Regional do Sudeste Asiático para Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Agricultura (SEARCA) está aceitando inscrições para seu programa de Subsídio de Viagem para reforçar os esforços e recursos do Centro na promoção do desenvolvimento agrícola e rural inclusivo e sustentável (ISARD) para a segurança alimentar e alívio da pobreza na região.
     
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    Numa abordagem inclusiva concertada com os parceiros da região do Mekong, constrói um acesso sem precedentes a dados e informações sobre a terra

     
    Para mais informações, por favor contacte: Henrique Pires dos Santos através do e-mail henrique.piresdossantos@landportal.info
     

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    The Analyzing Development Issues Centre (ADIC) was registered with Cambodia’s Ministry of the Interior on 4 April 2011. ADIC began from the Cooperation Committee of Cambodia (CCC)’s Analyzing Development Issues (ADI) Project in 1999 and transformed as an NGO in 2011. ADIC’s initial goal was to increase the critical thinking skills of NGO staff and their capacity to analyze development issues through development research that contributes to beneficial social change in local communities.

    AsiaDHRRA traces its earliest roots to the 1974 Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia Workshop (DHRRAW) held in Thailand. It is a regional partnership of eleven (11) social development networks and organizations in eleven (11) Asian nations that envisions Asian rural communities that are just, free, prosperous, living in peace and working in solidarity towards self-reliance. To achieve this, the network’s mission is to be an effective

    Camagra Investment Group Ltd and its sister company, Camtree Corporation have initiated a large scale operation of Eucalyptus and Acacia plantations in Cambodia. The reforestation activity started in 2003 and now stands as the largest Acacia and Eucalyptus commercial plantation in Cambodia. The target market of the plantations is directed for the pulp industry in Japan and China and towards the rapidly expanding alternative energy sector.

    Cambodia Development Resource Institute

    1. Our vision

    Inclusive and sustainable development through independent policy research and developing capacity.

    2. Our vision For Cambodia
    Vision of CDRI, Cambodia Development Resource Institute, is for a peaceful, prosperous and more equitable Cambodia.

    3. Our mission

    To contribute to Cambodia’s sustainable development and the well-being of its people through the generation of high quality policy research, knowledge dissemination and capacity development.

     

    4. Our core values: MERIT

    The Ministry of Planning consists of two main parts, namely the General Directorate of Planning (GDP) and the National Institute of Statistics (NIS). The MoP is responsible for guiding and managing national socioeconomic development planning (GDP) and managing the statistical functions of the Royal Government (NIS). It works in close cooperation with other Ministries and institutions in Cambodia. 

    CCHR is a leading non-aligned, independent, non-governmental organization that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights – primarily civil and political rights - in Cambodia. We empower civil society to claim its rights and drive change; and through detailed research and analysis we develop innovative policy, and advocate for its implementation.

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    The Cambodian Committee for Women (CAMBOW) is a coalition of 35 NGOs and networks dedicated to the advancement of women and children.

    CAMBOW is a non-partisan network of Cambodian NGOs that focus primarily on advancing the cause of women. CAMBOW was formally established in 2000 and registered with the Cambodian Ministry of Interior on 29 March 2001 (No 327). It currently consists of 35 members.

    The Cambodian Human Rights Action Committee (CHRAC) is a coalition of 22 NGO members. It was created in Phnom Penh in 1994 by a group of local NGOs and associations working for the promotion and the respect of human rights, democracy and rule of law in Cambodia.

    The Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC) was founded by a group of former political prisoners in December 1991 after the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements on October 23, 1991. ADHOC is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental organization. It has different levels of governance: a General Assembly which is convened every three years to elect a President and Secretary General, and a Board of Advisors which meet annually.

    The indigenous people in Cambodia are living in the remote areas and highlands of Cambodia, especially in the Northeast of Cambodia, including Ratanakiri, Mondulkiri, Kratie, and Preh Vihear, and in the southwest along the cardamom mountains. These provinces are located far from Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. The infrastructures in these locations are very poor, but they are rich in natural resources.

    The Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP) is an independent, neutral, and non-partisan research institute based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. CICP promotes both domestic and regional dialogue between government officials, national and international organizations, scholars, and the private sector on issues of peace, democracy, civil society, security, foreign policy, conflict resolution, economics and national development.

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