UNOPS

Cambodia

The public gallery was full when survivor Chum Mey testified against former Khmer Rouge prison chief Kaing Guek Eav before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) on 30 June 2009. UNOPS provides administrative support to the ECCC. Photo courtesy of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

  
UNOPS provides sustainable project management, procurement and infrastructure services in Cambodia. Supporting the Government and in collaboration with a range of partners, UNOPS works primarily in the environment, health and justice sectors.

UNOPS is currently supporting the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) to improve the administration of justice through the incorporation of international standards. The ECCC is a special Cambodian court prosecuting crimes committed during the Khmer Rouge regime. The court receives international assistance through the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials. View data on the project.

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Small grants

Peace and security

Water and energy

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Projects



 

Supporting the Global Fund

UNOPS is working alongside national institutions to fight malaria in Cambodia as the Principal Recipient of the Single Stream of Funding Malaria grant of The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Together with our principal implementation partner, the National Centre for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control, UNOPS aims to help contain and ultimately eliminate malaria in Cambodia by providing quality financial management, timely procurement of supplies and service delivery, as well as efficient monitoring and evaluation of grant implementation activities.

Support to the Small Grants Programme

UNOPS has supported the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (SGP) in delivering tangible and sustainable results across Cambodia at the community level for nearly ten years. The SGP has community-driven activities across many Cambodian provinces, including Kampong Speu, Siem Reap, Kep, Koh Kong, Preah Vihear, Kamom Chhnang, Prey Veng, Takeo, Kampong Chum and Svay Rieng, among others.

The SGP in Cambodia has helped non-governmental and community-based organizations:

  • rehabilitate areas affected by biodiversity degradation

  • protect and increase the number of different sea animals

  • rehabilitate and replant vast areas of sea grass and mangrove trees

  • improve coastal resource management and utilization

  • empower local people, particularly women and girls


UNOPS provides administrative and financial management services to the SGP, while the substantive SGP planning, supervision and policy making is carried out by the United Nations Development Programme.