Development co-operation policy:
- Development Cooperation Partnership Strategy 2019 - 2023
- The DCPS (2019-2023) is designed to maintain continuity and build upon a solid foundation that has been achieved by the Royal Government of Cambodia in the previous phase of the Strategy.
- Strategic objectives: ownership; partnerships, results.
- Other sectoral policies are available here
Aid Information Management System (AIMS):
- Cambodia PIP database
- Cambodia ODA Database - This Database is maintained on behalf of all ministries and agencies of the Royal Government of Cambodia by the Cambodian Rehabilitation and Development Board (CRDB) of the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC)
Development co-operation reports:
- Joint monitoring indicator reports up to 2023
- The Joint Monitoring Indicators (JMIs) have been initiated and utilized since 2004 by the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) to enhance mutual accountability and construct a framework for effective development co-operation between the RGC and its development partners.
- Development Cooperation and Partnership Reports
Development cooperation mechanisms:
|Mechanism||Level and actors||Objectives and related policies|
|Decision on Mechanism and Tools for DCPS (2019-2923)|
Multi-stakeholders (including governments, private sectors, NGOs and local organisations)
In order to achieve the DCPS aims and objectives, the government has implemented several development co-operation mechanisms, which include:
|Technical working group|
|Technical Working Groups (TWGs) were established by the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) in 2004 to serve as coordinating bodies and partnership dialogue mechanisms that bring together the RGC, development partners, associations and NGOs to support the attainment of national development priorities.|
|Cambodia Development Co-operation Forum|
|Cambodia rehabilitation and development board||National level|
Role and responsibilities: liaise with the Development Partners and NGOs that provide grants assistance to Cambodia; management of development assistance; To formulate and implement strategies on the mobilization and management of development cooperation to strengthen the ownership and the leadership of the Royal Government in the development activities, and to strengthen partnership with the development partners community; manage and mobilize resources and lead the overall work to enhance effectiveness of development.