Reactivation of Provincial Civil Society Networks and Education Sector Working Groups in Q3 2021:
On July 29, NEP in partnership with World Vision Cambodia carried out the first workshop in the series of capacity development workshops designed to build advocacy skills in provincial civil society actors in three provinces Kandal, Takeo, and Siem Riep capacity building workshop with P-ESWG members at 3 selected provinces
With the above objective, WVI-C supported P-ESWG members actively to implement a strategic and efficient advocacy engagement during both the annual planning and budgeting process and during every quarterly meeting through the coordination by NEP.
By engaging with P-JTWG and P-ESWG, both WVI-C and NEP agreed to uphold with strategic advocating agenda.
Individual reactivation meetings have been carried out with Takeo, Kampot, and Sihanukville PESWG, where NEP presented upcoming capacity development opportunities and available tools to ease provincial civil society coordination.
Research and Literacy Training
capacity development program is designed to introduce mid-career professionals to applied social research methods’ technical depth and professional breadth. This course will provide an overview of research methodologies and information literacy skills. Participants will be exposed to and tested on major concepts and practical activities, ranging from formulating research problems, objectives, and questions, conducting literature reviews, and gaining the techniques of gathering, presenting, and interpreting the data. By the end of the program, participants are expected not only to develop information literacy skills, enabling them to identify, evaluate, organize, and use information and design communication tools to disseminate the information in all media platforms but also to strengthen the capability to conduct small/large-scale research projects in situations where the acquisition of new knowledge is required for problem-solving and decision making within a scholarly manner aligned with the ethics of academic principle.