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20 March, 2013The NSAC Secretariat has published seven learning notes prepared by the separate implementing agencies (IA) of the DFGG project in conjunction with the World Bank. These lessons provide a range of insight and lessons from each IA learned during project implementation.
20 March, 2013
The NSAC Secretariat has published the fourth issue of the project’s newsletter. Available in English and Khmer, the newsletter provides a recap on the Mid-Term Review of NSAC; a thanks from Program Manager, Andreas Dolk, to all grantee organizations; and, an article on gender balance in NSAC grantee projects; an article on Health Service NGOs and social accountability.
07 March, 2013The World Bank and the Cambodian government have reached an agreement on a one year no-cost extension of the Demand for Good Governance project.
04 June, 2012
The NSAC Secretariat has published the third issue of the project’s newsletter. Available in English and Khmer, the newsletter provides an update on the project; an article on the grant-selection process; an introduction to the 13 new projects awarded under the second medium-large grants round; and an interview with Ms. Heng Chanthon, Director of NSAC grantee Wathnakpheap.
22 February, 2012Phnom Penh – February 22, 2012 – The Asia Foundation officially announced the selection of 13 organizations who have been awarded grants under the medium and large round II competition of the Demand for Good Governance (DFGG) project, a four-year project coordinated by the Ministry of Interior of the Royal Government of Cambodia. The Foundation administers the non-state actor component of the project, under which these grants are awarded. The competitive grants are awarded to local organizations implementing innovative governance projects across 15 provinces in Cambodia. The projects are designed to increase citizen participation in the public sphere and strengthen partnerships between state and non-state actors. The total value of the 13 grant awards will reach $1.4 million.