ផលប៉ះពាល់ពីកូវីដ Covid-19 impact women & communities

Due to Covid-19, effect in February till mid of May 2020, ACT staff can’t go to communities or have any gathering due to the blocked and ban from the government and local government to gather less then 20 people and we keep social and physical distant. School were close in early of March 2020, Karaoke/KTV, Casino were order to close in April 2020. ACT staff only able to make phone called for interview in collective issue from community and sent out any prevention material for the networks to conduct their awareness at the ground by themselves. Below cases relate to the Covid-19 impact community and especially women. Early of February 2020 after the group of Muslim travel back from prayer in Malaysia and got affect of the Covid-19 via the news, discrimination among faith and ethic were increase, especially the conflict via social media. One of ACT network who are Muslim women also respond affect of these Covid-19 and no one take their small business services due to afraid of Muslim. Below relate affect case of the Covid-19 concern from the communities: 

CASE #1: Mr. Oun Mao, 52 years old, Souy indigenous, live in Lgim village, TrapangChor commune, Oral district, KampongSpeu province, Cambodia. His education at grade 5, married with the same Souy indigenous lady at the same province with 3 children; he is the main support for the whole family. His house made from wood surrounded by cannel flow Oral mountain. His is working for Sugar Can company own by Chinese business by clear the grass or put fertilizer, harvest or plant sugar cane, he make money 4.50USD per day which working from 8:30am till 8:00pm. Out of this job early in the morning before go to company he went to the pond for fishing for sell or cooking. During this Covid-19 times he feel afraid of infection but he still force himself to work due to government announce not allow to stop working event it’s take risk as if he not go to work during this time he will face no job to do in the future and this job is daily work that required him to work 7 days a week if sick and want to have break he will have no income to feed the family, if he break or sick leave during working the company not hire him any more so event sick. During this Covid-19 time, everything increase price and his business can’t run well seems no people to buy. After Khmer New Year in mid of April the company has no job to do. He so worried, he think if this Covid-19 still going on like this he doesn’t know how it will be and if his family get ill that will be more serious as now no proper hospital while no income and the safety of his family. Cambodia government has no strategic to survive such poor at remote people. He suggested how he and family able to have income, he and family so stressful and feel not calm due to such concern for family no proper food to eat, sole few value stuff he has few no one buy it. At this moment he don’t know what to do looking for job to do but not possible at this moment, looking for support but seem don’t know who will support his family as turn to other neighbor of him, there were many family facing the same problem as him. Seem no one help each other at this moment.  

CASE #2: Mr. Em Chan Trea, 38 years old, Kuy indigenous, lives in Kampong Rotes village, Beoung Char commune, Sambo district, Kratie province, Cambodia. Married with a lady having 2 children live in cottage 4m x 6m. He is farmer, raise poultry, and collective shell from Mekong river for selling to feed his family. He makes income 2USD per day. Out of his work when there is development the road he and his wife go to dig the soil for road make 6USD per day and this job has no every day and since Covid-19 all this investment plan was stop and he has no extra job to do with can’t sell his shell make from river seem no one buy as market is quiet he make from that for only feed the family. He used to get education by grade 12 that because at that time he is monk so he got chance to study with this grade. With this current situation he has no income only make by fishing, he is so worry if one of his family members got sick he has no money at all to pay doctor. He lent money from Micro-Finance 300USD since April 2019 for his two sons cure as they got sick of dengue and he able only pay for the interest 3%, for the whole lent he still not able to pay back to Micro-Finance 300USD, if the Micro-Finance insists for pay back all he has to sell his cattle, if so he can’t have cattle to make the rice field to feed the family. He and family willing to work as construction the road or work nearby home town but seem no job to do. He plan to work in Thailand but the local government not allow going and all border are close due to Covid-19. Now he has no hope, no future to think of how to do as no way at all.             

CASE #3: Ms. Sou Chai Ya, 23 years old, lives at Damrei village, Beoun Char commune, Sambo district, Kratie province, Cambodia. She studied only grade 9 due family require her to work support her family as her father got sick sleep only on bed. She force herself to stop study for help her mom to make money boiling shell for sell. She and her mother have to responsible on whole family with 5 members. As four year ago before her father got sick, was lent Micro-Finance 3,000USD for build house and till now not able to pay back. Recently Royal Government of Cambodia announce to Micro finance not to take interest but in the reality, Micro-Finance still go and ask for pay back the interest and the lent money on time without exception.  With Covid-19 crisis she can’t make profit as people don’t spend money easily at this time, if the situation still likes this, she doesn’t know how to do as she has to pay for medicine for her father, food for family and pay back the Micro-Finance. At this moment no job, no business, no income, she don’t know what to do, so worry! She wishes if there is job that make more money to pay the Micro and feed the family to survive that would be relief. Who can help in such situation? How to do?

In general situation, in February during the Do No Harm Training in early of February ACT staff had instructed on how to avoid and protect from Covid-19 effect. Later on in end of March 2020, RGC ban not to gather people at communities so ACT had been doing online and phone call for communities conduct their own activities and support them respond to Covide-19 education. Later on we had conduct survey collective idea of the target network concern during Covid-19 below is their concern and suggestion:


  • Economic concern (no income, debt issue losing land and house)
  • Health concern (miss trust on the current health center or hospital)
  • No money to pay back to Micro-Finance
  • Lost job, No work to do
  • Worry of loss their property or land
  • Insecurity in the country
  • Worry of their family member affect by Covid-19
  • Close down the village/province
  • Watch the new coming in the villages
  • No gathering not worship at temple/church/mosque
  • No protection equipment (buy food is the most important then Alcohol, Mass….)
  • Stress and Domestic violence

Mentality Affect: get involved 50 pax among the partners in attending any gathering

  • 46% respond afraid to join activities or gathering.
  • 54% they fell they can join any gathering activities but the local authority is restricted, with spy observe from village governor to watch.

The effects:

  • Afraid each other as we don’t know they have Covid-19 or not
  • Social/physical distant, no one able to help each other when one fall down or sick
  • Can’t join any activities in society, no school, ….
  • Economic of each family especially the poor and those who lent Micro-Finance
  • Facing lost their house or land and property due to debt
  • Harvesting their plantation no one buy can’t sell out
  • Close all boarder, food increase price
  • Loss income, loss work
  • Community conflict can’t deal properly
  • Discrimination of Muslim and mistrust
  • Domestic violent increase drinking
  • Mistrust at the hospital services


  • Have job and work to do
  • Food and stuffs security
  • Have money to pay back to bank
  • Communities small business must be support
  • Communities produce must be support
  • Have enough support to families
  • Physical support must be take action to the poor
  • Health care must be honestly support
  • Protection material supply must be provide (Soap, ….)
  • Security must be protected well
  • Other community issue/problem no action taken and it became the illegal person to take their action that increase the frightening.

Link join regional concern in Covid-19 impact the people.

ទិវាអន្ដរជាតិនារី International Women Day

ក្រោមការគាំទ្រថវិកាពី ទីភ្នាក់ងារសហរដ្ឋអាមេរិកសម្រោប់អភិវឌ្ឍន៍អន្ដរជាតិ អង្គការក្រុមការងារដើម្បីដោះស្រាយ ទំនាស់ (ក.ដ.ទ) តាមរយៈគម្រោង​ រួមគ្នាដើម្បីគាំទ្រសិទ្ធស្រ្ដី នៅថ្ងៃទី៥ ខែមីនា ឆ្នាំ២០២០ បានរៀបចំ អបអរសាទរ ខួបលើកទី១០៩ ទិវាអន្ដរជាតិនារី ៨មីនា និងវេទិកាសាធារណៈក្រោម ប្រធានបទ៖ “មានសន្ដិភាព មានការលើក កម្ពស់សមភាពយេនឌ័រ”។ កម្មវិធីនេះត្រូវបានរៀបចំឡើង ដោយមានការសហការណ៍ជាមួយអាជ្ញាធរស្រុកពេជ្រាដា ព្រមទាំងអង្គការដែនដីមនុស្ស-ហូឡងន៍ ប្រចាំកម្ពុជា ហៅកាត់ TdH ត្រូវបានរៀបចំនៅសាលាស្រុកពេជ្រាដា។ គោលបំណងក្នុងការរៀបចំកម្មវិធីនេះឡើងគឺ ដើម្បីអបអរសាទរទិវាអន្ដរជាតិនារី ៨មីនា និងលើក កម្ពស់សមភាពយេនឌ័រ បង្កើតបរិយាកាសនៃការចូលរួមរវាងអាជ្ញាធរ ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ និងអង្គការសង្គមស៊ីវិល ព្រមទាំង បង្កើតឱ្យមានកិច្ចសន្ទនារវាអាជ្ញាធរ និងប្រជាពលរដ្ឋដើម្បីចែករំលែកនូវបញ្ហាដែលជួបប្រទះ។ ក្នុងនោះដែរ កញ្ញា ស្រី សុធាវី នាយិកា​ អង្គការក្រុមការងារដើម្បីដោះស្រាយទំនាស់ បានចែករំលែកពីអង្គការ គម្រោង និងចំណាប់អារម្មណ៍ ជុំវិញបញ្ហាសិទ្ធិស្រ្ដី ផ្សារភ្ជាប់នឹងទិវាអន្ដរជាតិនារី ៨មិនា។​

នៅក្នុងវេទិការសាធារណៈ ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋដែលមកពីឃុំទាំង៤ មាន៖ ឃុំប៊ូស្រា ឃុំពូជ្រៃ ឃុំស្រែអំពូម និងឃុំក្រង់តេះ  ស្រុកពេជ្រាដា មានអ្នកចូលរួមសរុប ២៤២នាក់ ក្នុងនោះស្ត្រី១៧៩នាក់ បានឡើងបង្ហាញពីចំណាប់អារម្មណ៍ និងមានឱកាសលើកឡើងនូវបញ្ហាដែលគាត់ជួបប្រទះផ្ទាល់ ទៅកាន់អាជ្ញាធរឃុំ និងស្រុកបានដឹងលឺ ព្រមទាំងឆ្លើយតបនឹងសំនួរ ឬតម្រូវការរបស់ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ។ ក្នុងបរិយាកាសនៃវេទិការសាធារណះ និងការអបអរទិវាអន្តរជាតិនារី នាឆ្នាំនេះ អជ្ញាធរមូលដ្ឋាន ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ និងអង្គការសង្គមស៊ីវិល មានភាពយល់ពីគ្នា និងបង្កើនភាពស្និទស្ថាន ព្រមទាំងបើកចិត្តក្នុងការសហការនិងធ្វើការរួមគ្នាអោយកាន់តែទូលំទូលាយនិងសកម្មថែមទៀត។​

នៅថ្ងៃទី៨ មីនា ២០២០ ក្រុមបណ្តាញកសាងសន្តិភាពសហគមន៍ស្រុកបរិបូរណ៍ ខេត្តកំពង់ឆ្នាំង ក៏បានរៀបចំអបអរទិវាងន្តរជាតិនារីនេះផងដែលដោយមានអ្នកចូលរួមប្រមាណ២០០នាក់។​

Under the support of the USAID, Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT) through Collective Actions to Support Women’s Right on March 5, 2020 organized the 109th Anniversary 8 March International Women’s Day and Public Forum: “Peace, Promote Gender Equality.” The event is organized in collaboration with Pech Chreada District authority as well as the Terre des Hommes Netherlands Cambodia (TdH) and it was organized in the district of Pech Chreada District Meeting Hall. The purpose of this event is to celebrate the International Women’s Day 8 March and to promote gender equality, create a space of engagement between community, civil society and authority, and create a dialogue between authorities and citizens to share issues. Ms. Srey Sotheavy, Exclusive Director of Alliance for Conflict Transformation, shared about the organization, project and interests around women’s rights related to International Women’s Day.

At the public forum, communities from the four communes: Busra commune, Pu Chrey commune, Srae Ampum commune, Krangteh commune in Pech Chreada district with total 242 participated (179 ladies) expressed interest and had the opportunity to raise their issues directly to commune and district authorities. District and commune authority has accepted and responded to community’s questions or needs according to their appropriated capacity. During the public forum to celebrate the International Women Day this year, we found that the local authority, communities, and NGOs had understand and created relation with open the cooperation for wider in the future.

On 8th March 2020, Communities peacebuilding network from Kampong Chhnang also celebrate the IWD in Boribo District with around 200 participated.

ឧបរកណ៍មិនបង្កទំនាស់ Do No Harm

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នៅថ្ងៃទី១២ ដល់ ១៨ ខែកុម្ភៈ ឆ្នាំ២០២០ សិក្ខាសាលាបណ្ដុះបណ្ដាលមួយ ត្រូវបាន​រៀបចំដោយគម្រោងកសាងសន្តិភាព ក្រោមប្រធានបទ៖ ​ ដោយបែកចែកជាពីរវគ្គចំពោះក្រុមគោលដៅ ដែលជាថ្នាក់ដឹកនាំសហគមន៍ និងក្រុមស្រ្ដីដោយមានអ្នកចូលរួមចំនួន៦៤នាក់ ស្រ្ដី២៥នាក់ ក្នុងនោះមានជនជាតិដើមសួយ ៤នាក់     គួយ១៣នាក់ ម៉ូស្លីម ២នាក់ មកពី៧ឃុំ ៦ខេត្ដ។ គោលបំណង វគ្គគឺផ្តល់ចំណេះដឹងដល់ក្រុមគោលដៅ និងក្រុមស្ដ្រីដើម្បីអាចវិភាគនិងសិក្សាស្វែងយល់ពី ឧបករណ៍នៃការមិនបង្កទំនាស់ និងជំហានទាំង៧នៃឧបករណ៍នេះ រួមទាំងការពង្រឹកសកមត្ថភាពបណ្ដាញនៅក្នុងការឆ្លុះបញ្ចាំងទៅលើគម្រោងសកម្មភាពការងារ និងតួនាទីរបស់ខ្លួន ដែលកំពុងអនុវត្ដផ្ទាល់នៅតាមសហគមន៍ រួមគ្នាកាត់បន្ថយនូវទំនាស់និងពង្រីកនូវការអភិវឌ្ឍអោយមានភាពទូលំទូលាយ ក្នុងការអប់រំស្ថាបនាដើម្បីរួមចំណែកអភិវឌ្ឍន៍សង្គមកម្ពុជា។​

ឧបករណ៍មិនបង្កទំនាស់ រឺឧបករណ៍បង្កើតសន្ដិភាព ក្នុងគោលបំណងជំរុញអោយមានការកាត់បន្ថយទំនាស់ ហើយវាពិតចាំបាច់ណាស់ដែលត្រូវការ ការចូលរួមចំណែកពីថ្នាក់ដឹកនាំសហគមន៍ អាជ្ញាធរមូលដ្ឋានគ្រប់លំដាប់ថ្នាក់ និងអ្នកពាក់ព័ន្ធនានាក្នុងសង្គម ក្នុងការវិភាគគ្រប់ជ្រុងជ្រាយលើឧបករណ៍មិនបង្កទំនាស់ ជាមួយតួនាទីនិងសកម្មភាពការងារក្នុងសហគមន៍។ ការវាយតម្លៃដើមវគ្គនិងក្រោយវគ្គត្រូវបានផ្តល់ដល់សិក្ខាកាមបំពេញវាស់ស្ទង់សមត្ថភាព ការបំពេញបញ្ជីសំនួរដើម្បីឆ្លើយតបជាមួយសួចនាករគម្រោង ប្រមូលព័ត៌មាន កូប៊ូធូលប៊ក់ ​និង៧ជំហ៊ាននៃឧបករណ៍មិនបង្កទំនាស់ មានដូចជា​ ការវិភាគបរិបទ កត្ដាបែកបាក់ កត្ដាផ្សាភ្ជាប់ ការវិភាគកម្មវិធី សណ្ឋាននៃផលជៈ/ការផ្ទរធនធាន ការបង្កើតនិងវាយតម្លៃជម្រើស សាកល្បងជម្រើស សម្របសម្រួលដោយ មន្ដ្រីគម្រោងនិងសហការី។ ​ការចូលរួមយ៉ាងសកម្មក្នុងការវិភាគឧបករណ៍មិនបង្កទំនាស់៧ជំហ៊ាន ជាមួយករណីសិក្សារបស់សិក្ខាកាម​ដោយមានការពិភាក្សាជាក្រុម បទបង្ហាញក្រុមតូច ការដាក់ពិន្ទុ និងសកម្មភាពលើកទឹកចិត្ដពីក្រុមធំ ការឆ្លុះបញ្ចាំងជាមួយរូបភាព សំនួរចំលើយជាមួយស្នាមញញឹមត្រូវបានកើតមានឡើង​តាំងដើមវគ្គរហូតដល់ចប់វគ្គនីមួយៗ ព្រមទាំងការវាយតម្លៃពីសិក្ខាកាមក្នុងការពាំនាំនូវឧបករណ៍មិនបង្កទំនាស់ទៅអនុវត្តតាមស្ថាប័នការងាររៀងៗខ្លួនសម្រាប់ការអភិវឌ្ឍសហគមន៍ និងថ្លែងអំណរគុណ កដទ ព្រមទាំងម្ចាស់ជំនួយដែលបានផ្តល់ឱកាសដល់ពួកគាត់ក្នុងការស្វែងយល់នូវ គន្លឹះថ្មីៗសម្រាប់ការរីកចំរើន និងអភិវឌ្ឍន៍។

On February 12-18, 2020 Do No Harm training was conduct by Community Peacebuilding Project under the theme: “Do Not Harm” in Phnom Penh. It was divided into two times to target groups who are community leaders and group of women with 64 participants: 25 women, 4 Souy indigenous, 13 Kouy indigenous, 2 Muslims from 7 communes, in 6 provinces. The purpose was to provide critical analysis and knowledge to target groups with the tools of Do Not Harm. Reflect and understand in seven steps of the tool, including network capabilities strengthening to reflect on their activities, and role responsibility in their communities with case studies.

Do Not Harm tools or peacemakers’ tool was to promote Peace, reduction conflict, and it is essential that the contribution from community leaders and authorities in a comprehensive analysis on Do Not Harm tools to apply and reflect with their roles and activities that they implement at the ground. Pre and posttest about Do No Harm was conducted to understand the level of the participant with 7 steps of Do Not Harm tools: context analysis, divider, connector, pattern impact/ resource transfer, tips and tricks for making options to project, and option testing were facilitated by ACT’ staffs. Active participation in Do Not Harm tool analysis in 7 steps with case study through group discussions, small group presentations, grading and applause to encourage them from a large group happened from the beginning to the end of each episode. At the reflection the participants committed to bring this tool to apply at their work for development of their communities. With their acknowledgment of ACT and donors BfdW, Danmission, and EWMI/USAID who support for their chance to understand new tool for their grow and development.

ANR: Leadership & Representative

កិច្ចប្រជុំបណ្តាញប្រចាំឆ្នាំរៀបចំដោយគម្រោងកសាងសន្តិភាព និងប្រព័ន្ធផ្សព្វផ្សាយសន្តិភាព ក្រោមប្រធានបទ ភាពជាតំណាង នៅសារៈមន្ទីរសន្តិភាព ខេត្តបាត់តំបង ដោយមានអ្នកចូលរួម៨០នាក់ មកពី៩ខេត្ត ក្រុង។ គោលបំណងផ្តល់ឳកាសក្នុងការចែករំលែកពីសមិទ្ធិផលកន្លងមកនិងឆ្លុះបញ្ចាំងពីការសហការនិងរៀបចំផែនការសម្រាប់ឆ្នាំ២០២០២។​

ស្វាយគមន៍ដោយ​លោក ស៊ុត ផ្លាយងាម អតីតអ្នកផ្តួចផ្តើម កដទ និងសារមន្ទីរសន្តិភាព បានចែករំលែកពីគោលបំណងបន្សល់ទុកនូវស្នាដៃដល់ក្មេងជំនាន់ក្រោយរៀនសូត្រពីដំណើរការកសាងសន្តិភាពនិងការបំផ្លែងទំនាស់នៅកម្ពុជា និងពីរបៀបដែលអង្គការសង្គមស៊ីវិលនិងរដ្ឋាភិបាលរួមចំនែកក្នុងដំណើរការកសាងសន្តិភាព។​

ភាពជាអ្នកដឹកនាំនិងតំណាងសហគមន៍ សម្របសម្រួលដោយ កញ្ញា ស្រី សុធាវី នាយិកាអង្គការ កដទ លើកឡើងពីភាពជាចៅហ្វាយ អ្នកគ្រប់គ្រង គ្រូ អ្នកដឹកនាំ និងភាពជាតំណាង ដល់សហគមន៍ អោយអាចយល់ពីតួនាទី និងមុខងារក្នុងការមានភាពជាម្ចាស់នៅសហគមន៍។ ឧបករណ៍ ប្រមូលព័ត៌មាន កូប៊ូធូលប៊ក់ ត្រូវបានណែនាំពីមន្ត្រីគម្រោងនិងការចែកតាមក្រុមពីបណ្តាញសហគមន៍និងខេត្តសម្រាប់រៀបចំផែនការសម្រាប់ការអនុវត្តនៅឆ្នាំក្រោយ។​ កិច្ចប្រជុំជាទូទៅមានភាពរីករាយនិងឆន្ទះប្តេជ្ញាក្នុងការចូលរួមកសាងសង្គមល្ទសម្រាប់សន្តិភាព។​

Annual Network Reflection meeting conducted join by Community Peacebuilding Project and Media for Peace Project on theme “Representative” at Peace Gallery in Battambang province with 80 participants participated from 9 provinces. The meeting was given chance to share on the achievement and reflect of the work from the network with their plan together for 2020.

Welcome remark by Mr. Soth Plai Ngarm the founder of ACT and Peace Gallery was express his thank for conduct the meeting here and visit his Gallery. He shared on the ACT history and the reason why he set up the gallery to let new generation to learn the peacebuilding and conflict transformation process in Cambodia and how the NGOs and government had engaged in this process.

Session on leadership and representative was shared by Ms. Sotheavy the Executive Director of ACT. Term of Bossy or management, Teacher, Leader, and Representative was present to participants to be aware of their role and responsibility. KoboToolbook online and offline collective information from the participants was introduced by the project team. Space for working in group among each provinces network was gave to discuss for their future plan 2020. In general meeting they feel satisfy with the social support and sustain work of ACT instructed.

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នៅថ្ងៃទី២១ ខែកញ្ញា ឆ្នាំ២០១៩​ អង្គការសង្គមស៊ីវិលនៅកម្ពុជា ដែលធ្វើការកសាងសន្តិភាព បានសហការណ៍គ្នា ប្រារព្ធទិវា សន្តិភាពពិភពលោកនៅទីលានប្រជាធិបតេយ្យ ដោយមានអ្នកចូលរួម ប្រមាណ៣៥០អង្គ នាក់។ ជិតមួយទស្សវត្សបានសង្កេតឃើញ ជារៀងរាល់ឆ្នាំមានការបើកចំហរក្នុងការអនុវត្តសន្តិភាព និង ដំណើរការណ៍នៅក្នុងប្រទេស ដើម្បីពង្រឹងពីគោលគំនិតនៃ សន្តិភាពនៅក្នុងប្រទេស ព្រមទាំងលើកទឹកចិត្តក្នុងការមានការ ប្តេជ្ញាចិត្តខ្ពស់ឆ្ពោះទៅរកការអនុវត្តជាសកម្មភាពជាក់ស្តែងឆ្លើយតបនិងសន្តិភាព តែការអនុវត្តជាក់ស្តែងនៅមានការងារជាច្រើន ដែលត្រូវ បំពេញនិងជម្រុញដល់រដ្ឋាភិបាលក្នុងការអនុវត្តប្រកបដោយតម្លាភាពនិងនិតិរដ្ឋ។​ សន្តិភាពជាបំណងប្រាថ្នាទូទៅសម្រាប់មនុស្សជាតិជុំវិញពិភពលោក។ គោលដៅអភិវឌ្ឍចីរភាពរបស់អង្គការសហប្រជាជាតិ គោលដៅទី​ ១៦ ផ្តោតសំខាន់លើការរក្សាសន្តិភាព និងអភិវឌ្ឍន៍មិត្តភាពក្នុងចំណោមមនុស្សជាតិ។​ ដើម្បីរំលឹកនិងពង្រឹងគំនិត សន្តិភាពទាំងថ្នាក់ជាតិនិងពិភពលោក សន្និបាទទូទៅនៃអង្គការសហប្រជាជាតិ​ ឆ្នាំ១៩៨១ បានប្រកាសដាក់ថ្ងៃទី២១ ខែកញ្ញា​ ជាទិវាសន្តិភាពពិភពលោក ហើយប្រធានបទពិភពលោកឆ្នាំនេះគឺផ្តោតទៅលើ មនុស្សជាតិ ភពផែនដី និងសន្តិភាពតែនៅកម្ពុជាបានផ្តោតលើ សន្តិភាពសម្រាប់ទាំងអស់គ្នា។ នៅដើមសប្តាហ៍ ថ្ងៃទី១៦ ខែកញ្ញា​ កដទ​ ក៏បានប្រារព្ធទិវានេះនៅខេត្តមណ្ឌលគីរី ដោយមានអ្នកចូលរួមជាង១៥៦នាក់ ក្រោមប្រធានបទៈ បញ្ឈប់រាល់ទម្រង់ហិង្សលើស្ត្រីនិងកុមារ។

កម្មវិធីប្រព្រឹត្តទៅដោយមានការសម្មាធិរំលឹកពីអ្នកបូជាសម្រាប់សន្តិភាព ដោយមានការដើរហែរក្បួរផ្សព្វផ្សាយពីសារ សន្តិភាពនិងលុបបំបាត់ប្រើអំពើហិង្សាលើស្ត្រីនិងកុមារ​ ច្រៀងចំរៀងពង្សាវតាខ្មែរ ការថ្លែងពីស្ថានភាពពិត នៃប្រជាពលរដ្ឋដែលរកគ្រោះក្នុងបញ្ញាដីធ្លី កសិកម្ម ធនធានធម្មជាតិ អសន្តិសុខសង្គមនានា ដែលបានថ្លែងដោយប្រជាពលរដ្ឋពី តាមបណ្តាខេត្តនានា។ កិច្ចពិភាក្សាពីបណ្តាថ្នាក់ដឹកនាំអង្គការនិងអ្នកវិភាគសង្គម ក៏បានលើកឡើងវិភាគពីទ្រឹស្តីសន្តិភាព និងការអភិវឌ្ឍ និងពិនិត្យតាមដានពីដំណើរកសាងសន្តិភាពនៅកម្ពុជាដែលនៅមានការពង្រឹងជាច្រើនលើវិស័យសិទ្ធិមនុស្ស ការអនុវត្តច្បាប់ និងយុត្តិធម៌សង្គមនានា ដែលរដ្ឋាភិបាលត្រូវធ្វើការពង្រឹងនិងអនុវត្តអោយមានប្រសិទ្ធិភាពខ្ពស់ សម្រាប់បំរើ ផលប្រយោជន៍ប្រជាជននិងប្រទេសជាតិ។​ យើងទាំងអស់គ្នាពីសង្គមស៊ីវិល ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋនិងរដ្ឋាភិបាលត្រូវរួមគ្នាអនុវត្ត គោលដៅអភិវឌ្ឍចីរភាព២០៣០អោយបានប្រសើរ ដើម្បីរួមចំណែកក្នុងការពង្រឹងសន្តិភាពក្នុងសង្គម។

On 21st September 2019, NGOs who are working relate to Peacebuilding in Cambodia had join celebrate the International Day of Peace at Freedom Park with about 350 participated. Every year there were open for peace process and practice to strengthen peace in Cambodia and encourage all to commit for action respond to the current conflict to Peace. In the reality the respond to peace still need to be strengthen and many task to do to urge for the Cambodia government to take action with transparency and respect state of law. Peace is everyone desire around the world, that reflect with the SDG#16 relate to promote Peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels. To strengthen and remind about peace the United Nation was form 21 September for celebrate the IDP for this year the global focus on the “ People, Planet, and Peace” but for the Cambodia we focus on “Peace for All”. Early of the week: on 16th September, ACT also conduct the IDP on “Ending All Forms of Violence on Women and Girls” with 156 “103 ladies”. 

The event was conducted with meditation for peace builder, with Khmer National song, communities shared experiences relate to their land, agriculture, natural resources, and social insecurities from difference provinces. Social analysis expertise and the NGOs leader also shared their view on the theory of peacebuilding reflect to the current process of peace in Cambodia that from their view, there still a lot of task to fulfil and work on human right, law practice, and social justice that the Cambodia government have to serve the people with their transparency and accountability for the country. We as the civil society and citizen urge the government to take into practice for the SDG 2030 for social justice.

ACT jointed statement with the Quaker United Nation: https://quno.org/timeline/2019/9/people-planet%E2%80%A6and-peace-shared-statement-peacebuilding-organizations

#Internationaldayofpeace #Peaceday #Internationalpeaceday #peace #peacebuilding #SDGs #2030Agenda #prevention #sustainingpeace #SDG16plus #UN #humanrights  #inclusion   #peacebuilding organizations in a statement for #InternationalDayofPeace. Together we call for action on the #2030Agenda, protection of #civilsociety space & a recommitment to #multilateralism. #peaceday #peacebuilding #prevention #inclusion

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