Established in 2002, NGO Education Partnership is a key focal point for education sector work in Cambodia. NEP is a membership organization working with 144 Education NGOs (92 local and 52 international based on NEP database 2018). It aims to promote active collaboration between NGOs working in education and advocates on behalf of its member organizations in policy meetings and discussions with the Royal Government of Cambodia.
NEP has been recognized as a prominent partner for improving education policy and its implementation by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, and as a key ally by Development Partners. NGO Education Partnership is a membership organization that promotes active collaboration between NGOs working in education and advocates on behalf of its member organizations in policy meetings and discussions with the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports (MoEYS) in Cambodia.
Membership in NEP is open to all non-profit making humanitarian associations and non-profit making non-government organizations (NGOs) operating in Cambodia and working in the education sector. NEP is not a forum for organizations to promote their own political or religious aims.
On the other hand we denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are so beguiled and demoralized by the charms of pleasure of the moment so.
The briefing and analysis are based on a whole existing data of the “Executive Summary on the Draft Law on Finance for Management 2021” which was released on the MEF’s website on 23rd October 2020. The Civil Society Organization is highly valued by the Royal Government of Cambodia especially all ministries and the Ministry of Economy and Finance which is hardworking in preparation and dissemination of this important document which will be discussed and approved by the National Assembly in the forthcoming.
The CSOs would like the government to disclose and provide a full of the draft law for citizens and wish to have a consultative dialogue between the National Assembly, Ministries, citizens, and CSOs so that they can contribute their inputs with the government in strengthening the budget transparency which is a part of Public Financial Management Reform Program (PFMRP) by creating a pilot mechanism for citizens to participate in the planning stage both national and sub-national levels. At the same time, the Royal Government of Cambodia should organize forums or regular mechanisms for citizens to contribute and provide constructive recommendations and monitor the approved budget implementation.