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Major thoughts about our health

One of DPA’s activity plans focused on health education and sanitation is the Integrated Community Development programme in Stung Treng province (ICD-ST). In 2012, this programme provided 10 latrines to 10 households who live in Kamphun village, Kamphun commune and Phluk village, Phluk commune, Sesan district, Stung Treng province. Mr. Hong Kimly, a team leader...
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Success comes from endeavors and creativity

The Integrated Community Development programme in Preah Vihear province (ICD-PVH) of Development and Partnership in Action (DPA) continues to coordinate with the Misereor consultant to reflect the People Lead Development Process (PLDP) concept and practice for enhancing community self-reliance and sustainability. The PLDP process enables us to carefully listen to the current issues of villagers,...
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Community drinking water station

The drinking water station in Dak Dam commune, now, can supply the water from 35 to 40 HHs (approximately 210 household members; 86 females) a day for people living in three villages (Pu Chhab, Pu Laes, and Pu Treang). The price of water per tank which contain 20 litters cost 2,000 KHR (approximately 0.5 US$)...
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The importance of using of bio-digester

“As a part of its contribution to climate change and disaster risk reduction, the Integrated Community Development (ICD) programme in Ratanakiri province is focusing more on building the capacity of communities on climate change and disaster risk reduction (DRR) concepts and analysing HVC (Hazard, Vulnerability and Capacity). The construction of a bio-digester is an example...
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DPA Annual Funding Partner’s Meeting 2016

DPA organized Annual Partnership Meeting from 22 to 23 November 2016 at DPA Office. The main agenda of the meeting are as following: Day 1, Tuesday, 22 November Current Cambodian development issues and impacts on DPA works i) Current Cambodian context and enabling environment for CSOs before elections; ii) Land and logging issues; iii) Extractive...
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Consultation Workshop between CSOs on Regional Guideline on Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment

On 6-7 October 2016, DPA-EISEI Secretariat with Non-Government Organization Forum on Cambodia (NGOF) jointly organized Civil Society Oganisation (CSOs) Consultation Workshop on Regional Guidelines on Public Participation (RGPP) in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Process at Angkor Miracle, Siem Reap province. There were 35 participants, who invited by DPA-EISEI Secretariat, from Phnom Penh, Preah Vihear, Ratanakiri...
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