Events - Foundation Office Cambodia
Waste Summit 2020
Waste is created in every country. In Cambodia, robust economic development coupled with a rapidly growing population mean the amount of waste generated in urban center, particularly Phnom Penh, is growing dramatically. The capital city generates around 4.09 million tons per year of solid waste, 55.3% of the total waste comes from household, followed by hotels/guesthouses (16.7%), restaurants (13.8%), markets (7.5%), shops (5.4%) and offices (1.4%). Could these wastes be turned into energy? Cambodia, apart from waste management issue, has also suffer from significant energy shortage. The country has among the highest electricity prices in the regions, especially in rural areas which could cost up to USD 1 per kWh. Given Cambodia’s alarming level of waste production and the rising concern over energy access, the process of turning waste to energy could be the future solution for the country.
Tagung der Arbeitsgruppe Siem Reap
The promotion of tourism at local level
in the frame work of a project co-funded by the European Commission
Improving administrative effectiveness and efficiency
Internal regulations and job desciptions
With governors and administrative staff of Battambang and Siem Reap districts Mr. Schneider will elaborate drafts of internal regulations, filing systems, controling instruments and job descriptions for the new offices of the district administration.
Law Drafting and Review
Workshop and Practical Exercises for Legal Staff of Parliament and from Selected Ministries
Legal Training for Non-Legal Professionals
Training Course for Senior Non-Legal Staff of Parliament and Selected Ministries
Study and Information Program
Tasks and Organization of the Second Chamber of Parliament
Study tour for Cambodian Senators to the Philippine Senate
Communal Budget at District Level
The District Budget: Planning, Drafting, Adoption, Implementation, Controle
The Political Parties Programmes on Communal Development
Eco-Tourism in Battambang District
A village community prepares to present its art, culture and traditional agriculture
With a ceremony the villagers of Wat Kor commune start their eco-tourism project. The idyllic village offers beautiful scenery, traditional architecture, handicrafts and a carefully prepared presentation of everyday life and agricultural activity.
"Representing Local Government Competence and Interest in the Party"
for the Sam Rainsy Party's Local Government Master Trainers and the Party Secretariat
This workshop continues the long cooperation between KAF and the SRP in capacity building of the parties's Local Government Master Trainers. This time local politicians' grouping and their potential contribution to the party are highlighted.