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Community Empowerment and Development Team

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Joined March 2019

To strengthen urban and rural poor communities to improve their housing conditions, livelihood improvement,sustainable natural resources,achieve security of tenure and ultimately realize their housing

Presence in: Cambodia
Focus: Land & Natural Resources

Community Empowerment and Development Team (CEDT)’s work is to strengthen the capacity of urban and rural communities to negotiate legal tenure with government authorities, physically upgrade their housing and infrastructure, and claim rights to manage and conserve their natural resources in sustainable through the provision of knowledge and through the process of participatory planning: including Community/GIS mapping, possession and land rights documentation, community strengthening, pro-poor technical advice on infrastructure and non-technical community led zoning, and land dispute/housing solution options.

The overall goal is thus to ensure that organized poor communities in Cambodia are able to articulate their priorities and take action towards the improvement their housing conditions, livelihoods, and long-term security of tenure and development in their communities.

At CEDT we believe that communities are and should be at the centre of all decision-making process, initiative, intervention that concerns them and that the NGOs and other partners are there to officer technical advice, guidance and support. NGOs should never be in a position to set agenda for them.

CEDT believes in investing in people, in communities and in processes -even though this might take a very long time- we believe in sustainability and long-term solutions. The approach that CEDT follows in achieving this is people-led participatory planning process. Internally CEDT uses a continuous and participatory process of reflection and learning.

People Associated With This Organization

Sreymoch Ley

Cambodia  
Community Empowerment and Development... (Unverified)
Joined August 2019
Interests: Land & Natural Resources
I am ley Sreymoch. I live in Phnom Penh. I am graduated with a Bachelor of English Literature from Norton University in 2011 in Phnom Penh. I also have a diploma from the Leadership Development Program at VBNK mainly focusing on practicing through project implementation from 2013 till 2016. I am currently a project manager at Project Manager in Community Empowerment and Development Team (CEDT) to strengthen urban poor communities to improve their housing condition, achieve security of tenure and ultimately realize their housing rights. I have seven years of experience in project management on community engagement, local governance, and land tenure security at urban poor and rural communities. My roles and responsibilities are to manage projects, to provide technical advice for possible future solutions and engage in strategic planning for CEDT. I am also involved in the project of natural resource protection and management through pilot implementation Collaborative Management under Protected Areas(PA).

Vorlin Pao

Cambodia  
Community Empowerment and Development...
Joined March 2019
Interests: Land & Natural Resources
My name is PAO Vorlin, I graduate from Department of Community Development, Faculty of Development Studies, Royal University of Phnom Penh. I’m working at Community Empowerment and Development (CEDT), My position is Junior Community Outreach Officer, and I also involve with Community Lawyering Team in charge of supervising community lawyering team to build capacity on legal and technical researches, data collection, community engagement, reporting writing and engaging with key stakeholder.
Vorlin Pao is the network champion (main point of contact) for Community Empowerment and Development Team.

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