Cambodia


Year joined
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015

Cambodia

Project Status:

- -

MCP:

Yes

CSO Coalition:

Yes

Government-led Process

Investment Case
- -
Multi-stakeholder country platform (MCP)

Technical Working Group for Social Protection and Food Security and Nutrition (TWG – SP & FSN)

CSO reps on MCP
- -

CSO Coordination & Engagement

CSO Platform:

SUN Civil Society Alliance in Cambodia (SUN CSA Cambodia)

TOR:

Yes

Priorities:

Mobilizing civil society for increased resources to scale up nutrition

CSO Rep to CSCG:

David Raminashvili; Executive Committee of the SUN Civil Society Alliance in Cambodia (SUN CSA Cambodia)

Interim Steering Committee contacts:
- -
Hub Grant:

No

Youth Networks:
- -
Youth rep to CSCG:
- -

Implementation

GFF Trust-Funded project(s)

Cambodia Nutrition Project

Provisions for CSO Engagement:
- -
Actual CSO or community engagement:

Implementation of Social Accountability Framework (ISAF). ISAF in Cambodia aims to empower citizens, strengthen partnerships between subnational administrations and citizens, and leverage enhanced accountability of subnational administrations to improve local service delivery (in local government, health, and education). The ISAF is implemented through a partnership between the National Committee for Subnational Democratic Development Secretariat (NCDDS) facilitating ‘supply-side’ service provider activities and civil society organizations (CSOs) mobilizing citizens around ‘demand-side’ activities.

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Last updated on Fri, 5 Feb 2021 19:34:11.