Training on Gender Mainstreaming in project/program

GADC carries out two series training (four separated training) to 37 Oxfam GB staff and 24 partners. One series of 3-day training will be provided to Oxfam GB staff and another series of training will be provided to Oxfam GB’s partners. While the first training focus on building awareness and sensitizing participants to gender related issues through providing the analysis on gender ideology, gender stereotype, gender role, gender relation, and gender equality.

The second training will be focused on mainstreaming gender into Project/Programs, planning and implementation or partner organisation as well as Oxfam. Furthermore, the training will be followed by coaching and mentoring in between each phases based on the result from Training Needs Assessment. 

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Meeting with MenEngage in Cambodia

Please be informed that Global MenEngage will visiting GADC office from 18th to 20th February 2014 to discuss the possibility of networking and other future business including receive comment and input to CMN strategic plan which could be linkage to regional and international network.

In addition, there will be a training on Men Care during the last day of the visit. This training will focus on presenting global data on men, fatherhood and gender equality from IMAGES and other sources, creating space for self-reflection on men and women’s relationship with their own father, and utilizing resources such as group education activities from the newly developed Program P4P manual.

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Gender, HIV/AIDS and Behavior Change Training

The Training and Internship Programme of GADC will be delivering a training courses on “Gender, HIV/AIDS and Behavior Change” to Youth Associations in Phnom Penh and other Provinces. These trainings will provide an opportunity for Youth Group/Association members to learn about the impacts of gender, social and cultural norms on sexuality health of women and men, its relation to epidemic of HIV/AIDS and to think about how they can reduce HIV/AIDS infection and stigma.

The trainings will be conducted from June 22-24 and August 26-28 2011, at the GADC offices in Phnom Penh. On October 22-24, 2011, the training will be conducting in a Province (a specific place and province will be stated soon)

If you are interested and would like to attend the training, please contact GADC for more information or contact to Mr. Saing Pheng, Training Assistant, via phone number: 017 236 385 and email: tia@online.com.kh

Community Outreach Annual Meeting

On December 27 2010, the Community Outreach Program of GADC will be hosting its annual meeting at the Cambodiana hotel in Phnom Penh.

This Annual Meeting is an essential event organized to provide the opportunities to all stakeholders of the program to attend and to learn about the outcomes of achievements in the past and to increase effective cooperation between the program and stakeholders.

If you would like to attend this event Please Contact GADC for event registration.

Launch Event for Masculinity, Gender and Domestic Violence Report

Join GADC for the Launching of our report “ A Preliminary Analysis Report on Deoum Troung Pram Hath in Modern Cambodia: A Qualitative Exploration of Gender Norms, Masculinity and Domestic Violence” on the 10th December, 2010 at 8:00AM in Sunway Hotel

The Report examines the links between masculinity, gender, and domestic violence and aims to help identify effective means of preventing violence against women and girls. The study was conducted with support from Partners for Prevention, a UNDP, UNFPA, UNIFEM and UNV regional programme for Asia and the Pacific; International Centre for Research on Women; and the UN Trust Fund.

If you would like to more information on this event Please Contact GADC for more information.