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Why work for ActionAid Cambodia?

ActionAid is an organisation that is independent from any religious, party-political affiliation, and encourage collective work, ownership, sharing, mutual support, innovation and responsibility in working together with relevant stakeholders in pursuit of making the greatest possible impact on the cause of poverty, injustice and gender equality.

ActionAid values good attitude and behavior of every staff and people we work with. We emphasis on mutual respect, diversity, and are strongly against bully in work place and has a zero-tolerance policy toward sexual harassment and fraud. We promote collective vision and solidarity, accountability, honesty, integrity, and transparency in our work and relationship with all stakeholders, recorgnising that we are part of wider alliance against poverty and social injustice.

ActionAid Cambodia complies strictly with all statutory requirement by laws and recognises the Royal Government of Cambodia as ultimately responsible for its citizens and will work together in the joint fight for a better livelihood and respect for the rights of the people.

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    Objectives and Scope of the Assignments

    This comparative review aims to:

    - To assess the extent to which the Cambodian legal frameworks on land, fisheries and forestry are aligned with VGGT;

    - To identify the areas in which the standards stipulated in the VGGT principles are not currently met, documenting the challenges Cambodia might face in relation to the application of VGGT in the governance of tenure, which could leverage VGGT WG and CSO in the sector to level up advocacy with government agencies.

    Application submission: Interest consultant is invited to review detailed Terms of Reference of each consultancy including the package of submission requirement. Only application with sufficient documents will be reviewed and contacted. Submission email: Email subject line: VGGT Consultant

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    We are looking for students who are seeking for volunteer opportunities in the following roles and responsibilities. The Volunteer will primarily be based in Phnom Penh.

    The Volunteer will provide assistance to the fundraising department and the sponsorship team in maintaining a timely supporter communication through translation of relevant document, messages, supporter correspondent, preparation of logistic and administration works to ensure our services to the children, communities, and supporters are of quality. The volunteer could either be on part-time morning or afternoon shift, or on full time basis. The volunteer will report Sponsorship Officer.

    Applicant should send their letter of interest, CV, to email: (this email is for application submission only. No response will be sent from this email), or drop your CV at ActionAid Cambodia Office: # 33, Street 71, Phnom Penh. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

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    ActionAid Cambodia seeks a consultant to conduct 2 training courses on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and watershed management for staff of relevant government stakeholders including government institutions and our partners agencies.

    Scope of Work:

    During the assessment the consultant is expected to carry out the following:

    -Develop suitable training content for the proposed sessions as per below training outline;

    -Produce training material such as PowerPoint presentations, training manuals, case studies etc. suitable for the proposed training participants;

    -Training material must be in English and Khmer language;

    -Consult with consortium members and present training material for comments and inputs;

    -Conduct 2 training courses. Training locations will be determined at a later stage. Tentative training locations: Phnom Penh and Siem Reap;

    -During the training, conduct assessment of participant’s knowledge before and after the training;

    -Produce training report including recommendations for possible follow up trainings;

    Application submission: 

    Interest consultant is invited to review detailed Terms of Reference of each consultancy including the package of submission requirement. Only application with sufficient documents will be reviewed and contacted.

    Submission email:

    Email subject line: IWRM Consultant

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    The Admin Assistance provide overall administration performance and support service including logistic, office environment and security, asset and inventory, and excellence service relation to ActionAid team its partners, relevant stakeholders, guests/visitors and ensure smooth and quality performance of the function, responding to the requirement and need of AAC. Under direct supervision of HoFA , the Administration Assistant shall support ActionAid to progressively improve its functional services to achieve excellence performance through working relevant function and administration team.

    Application submission:

    Qualified applicant is invited to send your resume and motivation letter demonstrating relevant skills and experiences to: (this email is set up for application submission only). Qualified women, minorities, and people with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted applicant will be notified.

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    The objective of the assignment is to develop the following deliverables:

    -Five-year Programme Framework 2018-2022, corresponding to the Country Strategic Paper 2018-2022

    -Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework, including Reporting System and tools/reporting templates, corresponding to the Programme Framework and Country Strategic Paper 2018-2022.

    The they responsibilities includes:

    -Developing methodology and identifying stakeholders to consult with;

    -Reviewing and consolidating AAC’s existing thematic programme frameworks;

    -Conducting policy and stakeholder analysis and best practices on relevant programme priorities;

    -Facilitating and documenting a series of consultations with AAC staff, strategic partners, communities and other key stakeholders;

    -Writing Programme Framework; and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework and Reporting System and Tools.

    How to Apply:

    The consultant(s) are required to submit the following document by the deadline:

    - Interest letter and statement of qualifications, (1 - 2 pages);

    - Draft design concept note, including but not limited to, methodology, process and timeframe, and key stakeholders to consult with, (maximum 4 pages);

    - Cost proposal; and

    - Resume, of all individuals if apply as a team

    - Sample of publication related to programme framework and MEL framework

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    Natural disasters devastate lives and livelihoods. Cambodia is regularly exposed to a variety of natural hazards, most commonly: tropical storms, floods, droughts and pest infestation. All of these hazards are likely to be aggravated by the foreseen impacts of Climate Change, as well as man-made activities.
    ActionAid Cambodia as part of the ECHO funded DIPECHO XI consortium is supporting the Cambodian Government and local communities in developing Disaster Risk Reduction, and Emergency Preparedness and Response Plans. Within the framework of drought monitoring the consortium is also supporting the Cambodian Government in setting up their first automated groundwater level monitoring system and determining drought trigger points.
    ActionAid Contact:
    Interested companies shall submit their quotes by e-mail or hand-delivery no later than 06 July 2018, 16:00 hrs Cambodian time.
    Physical address: ActionAid Cambodia, #33, Street 71,Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon, P.O. Box 66, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
    Reference/subject line: DIPECHO XI - GPS procurement