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  • Organisation

    Cambodia of Indigenous People Culture Care’s Organization (CICO) is a newly established local Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) formed by a group of indigenous people. The Organisation promotes and encourages respect for human rights, especially for the Indigenous peoples throughout Cambodia. CICO’s main missions include:

    • Cultural conservation: Religions, Languages, dresses, ancestor heritage and forestry, environment, land and natural resources.
    • Several improvements for IP’s community: Children, Youth, Disability people, and vulnerable people because of violence and / or any cause affecting the grass-root communities.
    • Involvements to reinforce accountability and social transparency in the country.

    The Organisation also mobilises its own resources. Currently; CICO has a running ecotourism project where income is used to support other projects working with vulnerable women, people with disability and education with poor indigenous children in the community.

    • Organisation

      Cambodia of Indigenous People Culture Care’s Organization (CICO) is a newly established local Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) formed by a group of indigenous people. The Organisation promotes and encourages respect for human rights, especially for the Indigenous peoples throughout Cambodia. CICO’s main missions include:

      • Cultural conservation: Religions, Languages, dresses, ancestor heritage and forestry, environment, land and natural resources.
      • Several improvements for IP’s community: Children, Youth, Disability people, and vulnerable people because of violence and / or any cause affecting the grass-root communities.
      • Involvements to reinforce accountability and social transparency in the country.

      The Organisation also mobilises its own resources. Currently; CICO has a running ecotourism project where income is used to support other projects working with vulnerable women, people with disability and education with poor indigenous children in the community.

    • Project

      Voices of Indigenous Peoples with disabilities project enhances the capacity and confidence of indigenous people with disability especially women. This is done through raising awareness of the existing legislation law on rights protection to reduce discrimination and improve inclusive access to social services. The project employs the use of capacity strengthening, awareness-raising, and advocacy with duty bearers and public service providers to provide equal access to indigenous people with disabilities.

      Twenty-five indigenous people with disability from three different communities are able to express themselves, demand for the protection of their rights, and seek legal support whenever their rights are abused. The project also uses bilingual language (native and Khmer language) to raise awareness of approaches on law and rights protection for people with disability. These messages are aired on local radio broadcasting stations as part of the capacity strengthening, public forum and community campaigns.

      Video documentation on lessons learnt is also considered as part of project monitoring and shared on social media. The project also build-ups the capacity of Cambodia of Indigenous People Culture Care’s Organization (CICO’s) team; strengthening their confidence, skills and networking abilities with other partners in order to achieve their common goal. The project is being implemented in Mondulkiri province.

  • Project

    Voices of Indigenous Peoples with disabilities project enhances the capacity and confidence of indigenous people with disability especially women. This is done through raising awareness of the existing legislation law on rights protection to reduce discrimination and improve inclusive access to social services. The project employs the use of capacity strengthening, awareness-raising, and advocacy with duty bearers and public service providers to provide equal access to indigenous people with disabilities.

    Twenty-five indigenous people with disability from three different communities are able to express themselves, demand for the protection of their rights, and seek legal support whenever their rights are abused. The project also uses bilingual language (native and Khmer language) to raise awareness of approaches on law and rights protection for people with disability. These messages are aired on local radio broadcasting stations as part of the capacity strengthening, public forum and community campaigns.

    Video documentation on lessons learnt is also considered as part of project monitoring and shared on social media. The project also build-ups the capacity of Cambodia of Indigenous People Culture Care’s Organization (CICO’s) team; strengthening their confidence, skills and networking abilities with other partners in order to achieve their common goal. The project is being implemented in Mondulkiri province.

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