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អ្នកសម្របសម្រួលការរៀនសូត្រកម្ពុជា Cambodian Learning Facilitators
Chhay personal reflection

Reports and Reflections

Below are reports and reflections of Camlefa's consultancy work undertaken during each year. The reports and reflections are written in summary documents (1-3 pages only) and have the intention to share learning and experiences regarding successes and challenges in capacity development within the Cambodian context. 

2008-20012: 5 Years of Success!

Camlefa celebrates its 5 years of achievements in facilitating learning for developmeht.

We have worked with a wide range of local and international organizations on a huge number pices of work. We have deepenned our expertise in organizational development that is an important part of capaciy development.

One page report (pdf. download)



5 Facts and Figues

  • 135 pieces of work (contracts) paid by 100 organizations;
  • 948 contract days of professional consultancy services;
  • Worked directly with 3,006 participants (32% female) from 422 organizations;
  • Met 821 beneficiaries (community people) of participants’ organizations;
  • A OD publication on “Building Resilient Organization” published
5 Highlights of the services provided
  • Facilitated 5 learning modules on organizational development (OD) subjects to 19 organizations who are partners of EWMI (USAID funded);
  • Worked as OD specialist for NCDD to develop 1) National capacity development framework for IP3, and 3) OD Manual for Sub-National Administrations in Cambodia
  • Facilitated regional conference in Hanoi on regional integration, participated by 250 people from 10 countries;
  • Facilitator/OD resource person for InWEnt/GIZ Alumni program in Cambodia; and for CCC-NGO GPP Cambodia;
  • Conducted a range of organizational/program evaluations; and facilitated a range of learning-oriented strategic planning;
5 main principles applied to our services
  • Practical designed services
  • Demand-driven (customized) learning services
  • Contextualize to Cambodia (people and situation)
  • Learning outcomes determine learning approaches
  • Flexible fee rates to different types of clients

Thanks to:

ADD International Cambodian (ADD); American Friendships Service Committee (AFSC); Amret (former EMT - micro-finance institution); Association Development and Our Village Rights (ADOVIR); Building Community Vioces (BCV)Bullding and Wood Workers International (BWI); Cambodian Children and Youth Movement for Child Rights (CCYMCR); Cambodian Family Economic Development Association (CFEDA); Cambodian Micro-finance Association (CMA); Cambodia Young Men's Christian Volunteer Association (CYMCA); Child Rights Foundation (CRF); Church World Service (CWS); Cooperative Committee for Cambodia (CCC-NGOGPP); Community Capacities for Development (CCD); Community Legal Education Centre (CLEC); CREDIT (Micro-finance Institution); Cambodian Volunteers for Society (CVS); Center for Social Development (CSD); Danmission Partners; Development and Partnership in Action (DPA); Envoronment and Health Education (EHE); Evangesisher Entwicklungsdient (EED); Evangelical Fellowship of Cambodia (EFC); European Union (PRASAC II); Fisheries Action Coalition Team (FACT); German Technical Cooperation (GTZ); GIZ/InWEnt Germany; GIZ-RED Green Belt, Siem Reap; Indigenous Community Support Organization (ICSO); Interchurch for international Cooperation (ICCO); International Cooperation Cambodia (ICC/RIDE); International Relief and Development (IRD); Islamic Development Organization (ILDO); Karol and Setha Cambodia; Khmer Organization for Rural Comunity Development (KORCD); Krom Akphiwat Phum (KAWP); Kumnit Thmey Organization (KNTO); Legal Aid of Cambodia (LAC); Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSALVY); My Village Organization (MVI); National Center for Disable People (NCDP); National Committee for Sub-National Democratic Development (NCDD); National Assembly (Cambodia); NGO Committee on Child Rights (NGOCRC); NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGO Forum); Norwegian People Aid (NPA); OXFAM NOVIB; PLAN International Cambodia; Ponleu Sokhaphep (PSP); PRASAC (Micro-finance); Project Against Domestic Violence (PADV); Riverkids Foundation (RiverKids); SABORAS; SACRED (in Prey Veng, Cambodia); Samakum Thieng Tnot (STT); Salvation Center of Cambodia (SCC); Save the Children Australia (SCA); Save the Children France (SCF); Seilanithih (micro-finance institution); Senate Cambodia; STAR Kampuchea; Sunrise-InnerChange Cambodia; Supporting the Health and Development of the Poor (TASK);Tek Dey Sovann Phum (TDSP); Trans-cultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO); USAID/EWMI (19 human right partners); United World Food Program (WFP); Urban Poor Women Development (UPWD); UNICEF Cambodia; VBNK;Volunteer Service Oversea (VSO); Wholistic Development Organization (WDO); Women Media Center of Cambodia (WMC); World Health Organization (WHO Cambodia); Youth Star Cambodia


Annual Reflection 2012:

Who needs Capacity Development?

(pdf, download)


Annual Reflection 2011:

Who needs Capacity Development?

(pdf, download)


Annual Reflection 2010:

Who needs Capacity Development?

(pdf, download)



Annual Reflection 2009:

Challenges in Making a Difference...

(pdf, download)


Annual Reflection 2008:

Life as an Independent Consultant

(pdf, download)

Camlefa 2008