We wants poor and vulnerable communities to prosper, live in peace, freedom and respect for human rights.
CFED is a non-governmental organization working with communities, especially poor and vulnerable families, to ensure their well-being.
Communities in the target areas have the ability to manage, lead, participate fully in responsible development work and have a better and more sustainable life.
- Responsible, accountable, transparent
- Willing to work with the community, especially poor families and vulnerable people with equity
- Respect and accept the views of others
- Work in a non-partisan team
- Gender equality
- Respect and follow the work structure of the organization
- Follow the good code of conduct stated in the organization’s policies.
CFED is a local non-governmental organization (NGO) established in 1996, consisting of seven founding staffs, two females, and registered by the Ministry of Interior on December 27, 2004.
Our Supporting Partners
In 1998, CWS Svay Rieng selected a capacity building partner out of seven staff members to participate in five CWS training sessions on community development, accountability, and project writing skills according to each skill being trained.
In 1999-2002, CWS Svay Rieng provided micro-funding for the development of short-term pilot projects, and some of the programs were: Community Development Organization (PRA) Ability to represent the team from managing the team list as well as providing activities such as: We gave out vegetable seeds, fish, chickens to 1,460 families, supported 35 self-help groups with 630 members, 25 village veterinarians with a certificate from the Ministry of Agriculture, built 50 drainage canals, planted 13 hectares of community trees in total 295,000 trees.
Constructed 236 pump wells with the participation of 236 families, 25 rice banks, 575 families were supported by CWS, which has 11 target villages, 2 communes located in RomduolDistrict and Svay Chrum District.
Mekong Plus / IVY
Mekong Plus / IVY provides supports for agricultural projects (growing vegetables, raising livestock and collecting farmers’ product to market with 335 beneficiaries) Food for 235 poor families in Svay Chrum District and Svay Rieng City donated by The World Food Program (WFP) has three years period.
AusAid-Supported Community Health Education Program in 25 Villages Implementing Hygiene, Housing Hygiene, Strengthening Village Health Agencies, Supporting Funds, Helping Poor Families Visit Health Care Centers, Providing Resource Support to 376 Village Health Agencies 25 people and village health agents. Community Empowerment Program Supported by Heifer 2010-2013 Supports Community Capacity Building, Animal Husbandry and Vegetable Growing (Cattles, Pigs, Chickens for breeding and Vegetables growing) and Capacity Building for Self-Help Groups with Total Beneficiaries 3,575 families.
The UNDP-supported Climate Change Project (2011-2013) supports the rehabilitation of 3,513 meters of irrigation system in 62 villages in 2 communes in Svay Chrum District and supports community capacity building on rice farming skills. Vegetables and rice seeds, crop seeds and fish for raising to 673 families.
TDHG 2012 supports micro-credit for 13 self-help groups of 234 families. Plan International 2011 to 2017 Supports Health and Hygiene Promotion Project This project focused on the main activities [providing trainings to 36 village health agencies on the topic of safe drinking water, hand washing with soap and toilet use.] (Hygiene)and training of trainers in 42 primary schools, equivalent to 42, and disseminating to 39,817 primary school students, and outreach to 24,748 participating families in 17 communes, 2 districts (Romeas Hek and Kampong Ror).
In 2015 Unicef supported a project to promote health and hygiene, focusing on disseminating the three messages: safe drinking water, hand washing soap and the use of toilets to indigenous communities in Mondulkiri 1 commune, 6 villages 513 participants.
The European Union (EU) supported the 2015-2018 project to promote good governance at the sub-national level, focusing on key activities, providing trainings on the role and leadership of district councils in line with decentralization and co-operation policies at the sub-national level. With 32 participants provided training on Commune / Sangkat Administration Management and Provision of Services at the Local Administration Level to 108 Commune Councilors in 12 Communes, 2 Districts (Romeas Hek and Romdoul) and Disseminate to 113 People on Local Administration Services The village benefited 22,500 people.