About CCC and its work
The Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) was established in 1990. The organization is deeply respected and is recognized as the largest Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) membership based organization in Cambodia. CCC currently has almost 170 NGOs as members, comprised of both local and international NGOs. Contributions of those members are made through diverse development sectors, constituting around USD 280 Million annually to the whole development budget of the country.

CCC is recognized for its leadership, coordination, advocacy, and networking among all development actors to:

  • Promote good governance and institutional effectiveness.
  • Improve the enabling environment and inclusive partnerships for development.

CCC plays three important roles; as the Governance Champion, Coordinator, and Advocator for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Cambodia. The organization prioritizes inclusive partnerships, human rights-based to development and the decentralization as the key approaches to carry out its interventions at all levels.

Since 2011, CCC has implemented a unique and single program called the Governance Hub Program (GHP). The new GHP 2017-2021 phase 3 has two main goals, three objectives, 46 indicators, and 12 expected results, through which 40 key interventions and 210 detailed activities. The two goals include:

  • To enhance effectiveness and impacts of CSOs,
  • Improve enabling environments for CSOs.

The GHP employs three objectives as followed as detailed above under the thematic focus.

  • Increased capacity of CSOs for innovative response to development challenges
  • Improved multi-stakeholder partnership in policy development and effectiveness development cooperation at all levels
  • Strengthened active participation of CCC members and innovative services of CCC secretariat.

Activities on SDGs

  • Awareness-raising on SDGs to CSOs and stakeholders
  • Engaging with Government and other stakeholder to contextualize SDGs to CSDGs
  • Capacity-building to CSOs and stakeholders
  • Research and advocate for enabling environment for CSOs
  • Financing for Development (Resource Mobilization)
  • Inclusive partnership for sustainable development
  • CSO governance towards the implementation of CSDGs

To achieve the organization’s goals, CCC has introduced 7 strategies/services:

1. Governance systems and Tools

2. Learning and Capacity Development

3. Research

4. Multi-Stakeholder Engagement and Inclusive Partnerships

5. Campaigns and Advocacy

6. Civil Society Fund/Financial Sustainability

7. ICT and Innovation

 

Thematic focus

  • Increased capacity of CSOs for innovative response to development challenges
  • Improved multi-stakeholder partnership in policy development and effectiveness development cooperation at all levels
  • Strengthened active participation of CCC members and innovative services of CCC secretariat
  • Promote good governance and institutional effectiveness
  • Improve the enabling environment and inclusive partnerships for development

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