PROJECT EVALUATION

REDUCING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS WITH DISABILITY IN CAMBODIA
Project funded by UNITED NATIONS TRUST FUNT
A LEARNING PAPER
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Promoting Women’s Dignity
Project Period: 01 March 2017 – 28 February 2020
Lead Organization: Cambodia Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC)
Co Partner: ADD International
Location of the Project: Phnom Penh, Kampong Thom, Siem Reap, Kampong Speu and Svay Rieng, Cambodia
Project Evaluation Report
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ANGER MANAGEMENT FOR MEN PROJECT
Project funded by TROCAIRE
Conducted by Genesis Community of Trasformation
Implemented by CWCC
(October 2010 to June 2013)
Project Evaluation Report
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WOMEN IN ACTION (WIN) PROJECT
Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC)
Project funded by Finn Church Aid(FCA)
Consultants:
Kasumi Nakagawa, Chhun Vireak, and Khim Sovanny
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
April 2017
Project Evaluation Report
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THE WOMEN IN ACTION (WIN) PROJECT IN PHNOM PENH – CAMBODIA
Project funded by Action on proverty and Australian Aid
Consultant: THENG Chhorvirith
14 May, 2018
Project Evaluation Report
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RESEARCH

THE PRECARIOUS STATUS OF MIGRANTS IN THAILAND Reflections on the Exodus of Cambodian Migrants and Lessons Learn:
The number of Cambodian migrant workers repatriated or leaving in Thailand is increased quickly. Both Cambodia and Thailand introduced a number of policy reforms to make legal migration channels more accessible. This research is discussed the reflections on the exodus of Cambodian Migrants and lessons learn which reflect the voice of migrants as well as of their families.
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NEWS

Terms of Reference Midterm Evaluation of WIN Project Siem Reap Province
1. Introduction CWCC, in partnership with Finn Church Aid, is implementing the Women In Action (WIN) Project from 01 July 2013 – 31 December 2016. The overall objective of the WIN Project is to empower women and girls in the target areas to have improved living conditions with strong social networks so that they are [...]
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Join us in Free Coffee Anti-Sex Trafficking Campaign
With funding support from the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family of Korea (MGEF) through the Women’s Human Rights Commission of Korea (WHRCK), on 25-26 July 2015, Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC) launched Free Coffee Anti-Sex Trafficking campaign at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. The purpose of this campaign is to get foreign tourists involved [...]
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New shelter in Siem Reap has been built
CWCC is building a new shelter located in Siem Reap province. It has been built since 18 June 2015. Thanks to Srey Sanctuary Cambodia for raising fund for the shelter.
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10 annual Angkor Wat Bikd4kids 2015
10 annual Angkor Wat Bikd4kids 2015 is coming soon at 10 December. The money you raise goes to four organizations working hard to protect and empower children and youth in Cambodia. If you are interested in, please do not miss this opportunity. The registration is now open. Thanks! For detail information please visit this page: [...]
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Ended scholarship in Banteay Srey
On 25 June 2015, Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC) launched a meeting close scholarship project in Banteay Srey District, Siem Reap province. This project is supported from TDH-NL. The participants in this meeting are Banteay Srey district chief, Deputy Director of the Office of Education Youth and Sports, Executive Director of CWCC, Regional Manager and [...]
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CWCC held certificate ceremony for Hair dressing students
On 25 June 2015, Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC) in Siem Reap held a Certificate Ceremony for hair dressing students. This project is received funding from the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family of Korea (MOGEF) through the Women’s Rights Committee of Korea (WHRCK). Students who received certificate revealed that they are so much happy [...]
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Rapist sent home after serving half of 20-year term
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Market Survey for the Women In Action (WIN) Project in Siem Reap
Finn Church Aid is supporting the Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC) to implement the Women In Action (WIN) Project. The overall objective of the WIN Projects to empower women and girls in the target areas of Siem Reap Province to have improved living conditions with strong social networks so that they are able to overcome financial constraints and reduce vulnerability to all forms of violence. The baseline survey was carried out in 2013 informed that when starting a business, individually, group/collective business, its success depends on choosing a product or service that meet local demand. To address this concern CWCC is looking for an experienced consultant to assess business opportunities, to identify those products and services that are likely to be viable in the various diverse market places in target areas. Option for collective business shall also be identified.
The scope of the work includes:
- Developing work plan containing analytical framework Detailed Schedule of Activities and Draft assessment Instruments
- Consult with staff, community and other relevant stakeholders, business group to make a thorough assessment
- Conduct field assessment in 4 target villages in Siem Reap town and at least 8 villages in Kralanh district
- Conducting a workshop to share findings of the survey with all relevant CWCC’s staff and stakeholders to receive input to develop final report
- Submit a final report in English
Application Information:
Interested candidates must submit proposals in compliance with the TOR which is available at www.cwcc.org.kh or HOhr@cwcc.org.kh /Phone: 023 997 967
All proposals must be submitted by 16 June 2014.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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Request for Proposals: Strategic Planning
The Cambodian Women’s Crisis Centre is seeking qualified offers to develop its new Strategic Plan, which will come into effect 1 January 2015. You are kindly invited to submit your proposal for the requested services as per the Terms of Reference. A review of the current plan, including analysis of documentation and stakeholder consultation, will form the basis of the main inputs to the new plan. Key objectives of the strategic planning exercise are to:
- Analyses the internal and external environments of CWCC
- Assess implementation of the 2009-2014 Strategic Plan
- Assess the current objectives/scope/targets/approaches
- Identify significant achievements, challenges, future opportunities
- Assist in developing the overall monitoring and evaluation framework
Application Information:
Interested candidates must submit proposals in compliance with the TOR which is available at www.cwcc.org.kh or HOhr@cwcc.org.kh /Phone: 023 997 967
All proposals must be submitted by 16 June 2014.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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Protect Women with the CWCC
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