The Cambodian line ministries and agencies need to review their own development projects and their priorities, and identify the specific projects or sectors by themselves.
Step 2: Formulate the project/program work scope
If specific projects/programs or sectors are chosen, the Cambodian line ministries and agencies are required to make the proposal, including the budget scale, work scope, etc., in consultation with the KOICA Cambodia Office on the Project Concept Paper (PCP) Form. Please fill out these forms, providing as much information as possible to let us have a better understanding of your needs and request.
Step 3: Submit your project/program proposal:
Please deliver the above mentioned forms to KOICA Cambodia Office through the official and diplomatic channels. Since we provide our cooperation projects/programs on the basis of government’s request, the Cambodian line ministries and agencies are kindly advised to deliver your request forms to KOICA Cambodia Office via the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFA.IC) of the Kingdom of Cambodia. This procedure is to respect the Cambodian government’s role in assuming ownership and coordinating the development cooperation projects/programs carried out in its territory. Your request is initially reviewed at KOICA Cambodia Office and transferred to KOICA headquarters for further study on the projects’ appropriateness.
KOICA will support the Cambodian Government to reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development as an overarching Goal of its Grant Aid Program as mentioned in the Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for Cambodia with focusing on the four (4) following priority areas.
KOICA’s grant aid project is basically based on the KOICA’s Priority in the Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) 2016‐2020 as follows:
Water Management and Public Health Development: Support to ensure health care rights and insurance for preservation water resource management and health life,
Education Development: Human resources development through improvement of educational quality and system,
Rural Development: Strengthen sustainability and improvement of undeveloped environment in rural area, and
Transport Development: Improve inter-regional accessibility and sub-urban economic development through constructing transport infrastructures.
In addition, KOICA Cambodia Office will maintain cross-sector (environment, democracy, civil society, gender, public administration, etc) approaches including “good governance” which is the core value of the Rectangular Strategy Phase 2 of the Royal Government of Cambodia, in its Program identification, Planning, Implementation & Monitoring, and Evaluation