A group of 18 interns from GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) visited NORDECO on 6 November 2015. The interns are postgraduate students and recent graduates with academic backgrounds in political science, economics, environmental science, education, engineering, and law. In the meeting, NORDECO staff told about two current activities: Cambodia Farmland Carbon (www.cafaca.com) and Participatory Monitoring and Management of Natural Resources (www.pmmp
Nordeco participated in a global joint donor review of Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) in South Korea. The review showed that GGGI has improved its performance during the last years and today provides relevant and important services to partners in support of green growth in a wide range of countries.
The Prey Lang Community Network (PLCN), working to protect Cambodias Prey Lang forest have won the UNDP Equator Prize 2015 alongside 20 other community based organizations from around the world. The 21 winners was chosen from a field of 1462 nominees, with emphasis on their innovative approaches to protecting their local environments. For the past year the PLCN have been documenting illegal logging and land conversion using a smartphone application developed and implemented i