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Consultations in Cambodia

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Consultations in Cambodia
Consultations in Cambodia

From June 29 through July 13, 2015, the World Bank Group (WBG) carried out consultations with a wide range of stakeholders to exchange views and perceptions on Cambodia’s development opportunities and pressing challenges, and ways to address them in the next two to three years, to help implement government development strategy. We expect these consultations will lay a strong basis for our future engagement in Cambodia. Consultation summaries are now available below.

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Consultation Phase:
Closed
CONSULTATIONS
June 29, 2015 to July 13, 2015
  • ONLINE CONSULTATION
    June 19, 2015 to July 13, 2015
Consultation Meeting Summary (PDF 351.84 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary with Sub-national (PDF 386.52 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary with Private Sector (PDF 324.97 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary with Development Partners (PDF 315.87 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary with Civil Society Organizations (PDF 343.35 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary with Parliament (PDF 308.95 KB)
The Consultation Process

The consultation process includes both face-to-face consultation meetings and an online/web-based platform (available in Khmer and English) to enable participation by a wide range of stakeholders including government officials, parliamentarians, private sector and civil society representatives, and development partners. Face-to-face meetings were scheduled from June 29-July 13, 2015.

The consultation webpage includes background materials and a survey that interested stakeholders can use to provide their input. Stakeholders were able to complete the survey online or by downloading the survey and sending it by fax, post, or e-mail to the World Bank’s office in Phnom Penh by July 13.

Cambodia Consultation Meetings

City Country Date Meeting Details

Phnom Penh July 13, 2015 Consultation with civil society (Completed)
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Phnom Penh Cambodia July 13, 2015 Meeting with Members of Parliament (Completed)
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Phnom Penh Cambodia July 10, 2015 Consultation with private sectors, UN agencies and development partners (Completed)
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Phnom Penh Cambodia July 09, 2015 Thematic Consultation on Anti-Corruption (Completed)
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Phnom Penh Cambodia July 08, 2015 Thematic Consultation on Governance and Decentralization & Deconcentration, Infrastructure, and Planning and Disaster Risk Management (Completed)
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Phnom Penh Cambodia July 07, 2015 Thematic Consultation on Trade and Private Sector Development, Human Development, and Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources (Completed)
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Phnom Penh Cambodia July 06, 2015 Sub-National Consultation with representatives from Phnom Penh, Kandal, Kampong Speu, Kampong Chnang, and Pursat (Completed)
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Sihanouk Cambodia July 03, 2015 Sub-National Consultation with representatives from Preah Sihanouk, Kampot, Takeo, and Koh Kong (Completed)
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Siem Seap Cambodia July 01, 2015 Sub-National Consultation with representatives from Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, Battambang, and Banteay Meanchey (Completed)
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Kampong Cham Cambodia June 30, 2015 Sub-National Consultation with representatives from Kampong Cham, Tboung Khmom, Kratie, Svay Rieng, and Prey Veng Provinces (Completed)
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Phnom Penh Cambodia June 29, 2015 Consultation with Ministry of Economy and Finance (Completed)
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