Majority of Cambodian people perform agricultural activities and enjoy the country’s national resources for their daily family’s income generation. Therefore, Cultivable land is considered as the most important asset for the poor as it serves as an important means for their food and income...
In many parts of Cambodia, whether through lack of resources, limited access to established processes or simply not knowing where to turn for help, vulnerable populations have often struggled to make their voices heard.
Forging Strong Partnerships
One of the core aims of the project was to help individuals, NGOs and community-based organizations, and state authorities work together more effectively on governance of land and natural resources, and to give all stakeholders the tools to resolve disputes.
With support and funding from the European Union, Oxfam started the one million euro project in January 2013 targeting 240 villages in Kampong Thom, Preah Vihear, Kratie and Steong Treng provinces. The principal objective was to build stronger partnership between sub-national authorities and the...
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