Mr. Nao Sok

To See Ability Rather Than Disability

Mr. Nao Sok works as the Reporting and Communication Coordinator at the CWS Cambodia office in Phnom Penh, and this blog post is about an experience he had while attending a workshop on case story writing hosted by the Australian Red Cross in Cambodia. On 28 November 2014, I attended a training session on case … Continue reading

December 15, 2014

Receiving new training tools

From the 17-21 November, the CWS Cambodia WASH TRC conducted a training called “Delivering WASH Effective Training”, which was held in collaboration with their donor, Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST). After the training, one of CWS Cambodia’s Community Development Facilitators, Mr. Ven Vannavuth, shared his experience of the five-day training session. “I … Continue reading

November 23, 2014
HWTS Workshop_Lao PDR

Working with the Cambodian Government to Improve Development Work

CWS is currently working on strengthening its ties with the Cambodian Government, and from November 10-13, they had a perfect opportunity to do just that when WHO and UNICEF hosted a regional workshop for the International Network for Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage in Vientiane, Lao PDR. The workshop had 59 participants consisting of … Continue reading

November 21, 2014
His Excellency Mr. Hap Omaly, the Under Secretary of State inspecting a water drip system project during his visit to the CWS Cambodia Partnership Project.

A Historical Visit

On November 11-12, CWS Cambodia’s Partnership Program in Battambang had the privilege of hosting a visit from His Excellency Mr. Hap Omaly, the Under Secretary of State from the Ministry of Rural Development. This visit was one of the remarkable events in CWS Cambodia’s history, because it was the first time that a high-ranking government … Continue reading

November 14, 2014

Learning and Sharing Monitoring and Evaluation Experiences

On October 24, CWS Monitoring amd Evaluation Coordinator, Chan Vuthy, participated in the 2nd Monitoring and Evaluation Forum together with 120 other M&E professionals from different NGOs working in various sectors across Cambodia. The Cooperation Committee for Cambodia organized the forum in order for NGO professionals to learn from, and share, experiences about monitoring and … Continue reading

November 3, 2014

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