Training on monitoring and evaluation systems
People for Agriculture Development in Cambodia (IADC) and Highlanders Association (HA) are two indigenous local associations working in Ratanakiri Province to support and empower indigenous communities, so that they can protect their land, natural resources, identity, and rights.
These two organizations have common capacity-building goals.
HA does not face particular difficulties with the funders/donors but want to improve its project monitoring tools and processes. The organization has templates but the team lacks of experience to use and improve it. IADC faces difficulties to meet the deadlines/produce the reports on time for funders.
In order to strengthen their efficiency and relationships with donors, both organizations want to generate timely and accurate information. IADC and HA teams need to benefit from training on the systems that produce financial, management, performance monitoring and evaluation information.
Recourse to the support of Planète Urgence volunteers is important because IADC and HA do not have the internal skills for this mission, or the financial means to pay a trainer.
Intervention attendue du volontaire
o Use of monitoring reports at the beginning/end of the projects
o Improvement of existing tools and templates.
o Design of case studies.
There are some touristic hotels and restaurants in Banlung city, and a supermarket selling western products.
Malaria and Dengue are present in Ratanakiri and preventive drugs for Malaria are recommended.
Type de bénéficiaires
HA team : 4 to 6 people (project management team)
Profil des bénéficiaires
The team of HA/IADC have a mixed level on English and a translator will be required to ease the understanding of the training.
Congé Solidaire;Mission Solidaire
High motivation to stay in a rural area of Cambodia
Notre partenaire local
Highlanders Association (HA)
Highlander Association is an indigenous women led organization based in Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia and most of their staff are indigenous peoples. HA was founded by Indigenous Peoples Elder Group since early 1999 through a comprehensive consultation with indigenous communities, national and international non-governmental organizations in the Province/Country.
The objective of this association is to give priority and power to indigenous communities, so that they can projection their land, natural resources, identity, and rights to enhance a proper education. By cooperation with Indigenous Peoples Organizations (IPO) HA also spread its works with other Provinces which contain indigenous peoples lives such as Preah Vihear, Mondulkiri and Stung Treng.
Accueil et transfert
The volunteer will leave by mini-bus the following day/the day after (9h of travel).
Mini-bus schedules (day time only):
• 07.30 am – 4.30 pm
• 12.00 pm (noon) – 09.00 pm
The volunteer will leave Banlung by mini-bus on Friday and will spend an overnight stay in a hotel near the airport in Phnom Penh.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be taken in hotel or restaurants nearby.
Matériel disponible sur place
Partenaire : Highlanders Association (HA)
GPS : lat
Thématique : Environnement
Type d’intervention : Formation pour adultes
Compétences : Coordination de projet
Nombre attendu de volontaire(s) sur la mission : de 1 à 2 volontaires
Durée : 2 semaines
📅 02-03-2024 au 16-03-2024
📅 09-03-2024 au 23-03-2024
📅 16-03-2024 au 30-03-2024
📅 23-03-2024 au 06-04-2024
📅 30-03-2024 au 13-04-2024
📅 20-04-2024 au 04-05-2024