ICC as a Learning Organisation Pro-Active Civil Society Legal Justice Self-sufficient Livelihood ICC Slogan: Empowering Communities Empowered Nation Self-Sufficient Livelihood Legal Justice

ICC is proud to call ourselves a Learning Organisation, but what does it really mean? As a learning organisation, ICC is striving to be innovative and to be a leading development organisation in Cambodia. Part of being a learning organisation is to build a strong network with both local and international civil society organisations and supporting partners, in order to pursue sustainable development through collective learning, sharing of information and resource, advocacy, etc…

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To ICC, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) such as NGOs, associations, and religious institutions like local churches and pagodas, play a very crucial role in assisting the Cambodian government in realising their national development strategies and grass-root improvement. According to ICC's Strategic Focus II "pro-active civil society", ICC's aim is to see that CSOs have the needed competence and dedication…

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“No child should be exposed to violence, abuse and neglect. Yet in Cambodia the situation is dire for many children.” According to 2019 data from UNICEF, one in two children has experienced serious physical violence, one in four children has suffered emotional abuse, and one in 20 girls and boys has been sexually assaulted…

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Cambodia is known for exporting migrants, and since 2017 over one million Cambodians are living abroad as migrant workers (UNDESA). Most Cambodian migrant workers choose to work outside of the country due to limited available formal jobs and expected higher wages in other countries. To date, less than a third of Cambodian migrants use formal channels for their migration…

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“Gender equality is more than a goal in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the challenges of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance." - Kofi Annan (former United Nations Secretary General)....

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On 20 February 2019, Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen called on farmers to halt rice farming during the dry season this year due to the drought. “I want to call on all authorities to advise all people not to do dry-season rice farming. Please do farming only one time this year because we do not have enough water.” Adding that Cambodia will face severe drought and water shortages this year...

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