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Project Name: Demand for Good Governance (DFGG) project

Project Development Objective:
The DFGG project is a $20 million equivalent, IDA financed grant being given to the RGC for a four year period with the aim of enhancing the demand for good governance in priority reform areas by strengthening institutions, supporting partnerships, and sharing lessons.

Source of fund:
World Bank-IDA-Grant No.H4410-KH

US$ 20,000,000

Government Contribution

US$ 1,438,728

AUSAID

US$ 1,587,573

Other Donors

US$ 217,605

Total

US$ 23,243,906

Project Effectiveness Date: 24-June-2009

Original Closing Date: 31-March-2013

Revisions/Extensions: 31-March-2013 to 31-September-2014

Number of extensions: 1 1/2 year
Implementing Agencies:
Period: 2009 - 2011
  1. Project Coordination Office (PCO) Ministry of Interior
  2. One Window Service Office and District Ombusman (OWSO/DO) Ministry of Interior
  3. Ministry of National Assembly-Senate Relation and Inspections (MONASRI)(This sub-component was closed end June, 2011)
  4. Radio National of Kampuchea (RNK) Ministry of Information (this sub-component was closed end June, 2011)
  5. Arbitration Council (AC) Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training
  6. The Asia Foundation (TAF)
Period: 2011 - 2014
  1. Project Coordination Office (PCO) Ministry of Interior
  2. One Window Service Office and District Ombusman (OWSO/DO) Ministry of Interio
  3. Arbitration Council (AC) Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training
  4. The Asia Foundation (TAF)

Project Coordinator: H.E Ngy Chanphal, Secretery of State, Ministry of Interior, Second Vice President of CARD
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H.E Ngy Chanphal
Secretery of State and DFGG Project Coordinator


Project Director: Mr. Por Phak, Assistant to Deputy Prime minister H.E Sar Kheng, Minister of Ministry of Interior, and Director of International Relations of Ministry of Interior.
HP: 012 810 500
Phone: (855 23) 98 70 82
Fax: (855 23) 98 70 82, E-mail : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Project Manager : Mr. But Chik, Assistant to Deputy Prime minister H.E Sar Kheng, Minister of Ministry of Interior.
HP: 011 359 807
Phone: (855 23) 98 70 82
Fax: (855 23) 98 70 82, E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

World Bank Task Team Leader:
Ms.Janelle Plummer.
Senior Governance Specialist
The World Bank Cambodia Country Office
#113, Norodom Blvd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
HP: 012 838 174
Phone: (855 23) 217 304 Ext: 351
Fax: (855 23) 210 504

Ministry of Economic and Finance
Mr. Pen Thirong, Deputy Director, Investment and Cooperation Department, Ministry of Economic and Finance
Tel: 012 200 174
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Defining DFGG. Conceptually, DFGG refers to the extent and ability of citizens and other NSAs to enhance their ‘voice’ and hold the state accountable, making it responsive to their needs. In turn, DFGG enhances the capacity of the state to become more transparent, accountable and responsive to citizens. The strengthening of DFGG can be done in four ways (see figure 1):

 

  1. by disclosing, demystifying, and disseminating key information on government policies, programs and budgets to citizens, and enhancing their capacity to act on this information (i.e., by promoting demand);


  2. by creating and strengthening formal and informal avenues of consultation, feedback, and dispute resolution between citizens and public officials (i.e., by mediating demand);


  3. by developing programs and initiatives (mostly) within the state that answer to the demand for services, either through improvements and innovations in service delivery, performance incentives, or joint planning (i.e., by responding to demand); and


  4. by promoting regular monitoring and oversight of the public sector by independent actors such as the media, civil society and citizens (i.e., by monitoring to inform demand), thereby generating key information that feeds back into the process of promoting DFGG and completing as well as continuing the demand cycle.
Figure 1: Four Core Elements of DFGG
Four Core Elements of DFGG
Project components

Overview. The project has three components: (i) Support to State Institutions, (ii) Support to Non-State Institutions, and (iii) Coordination and Learning. In Component 1, two state institutions will improve and scale up programs that promote, mediate, respond to or monitor for DFGG in the priority reform areas of the CAS. In Component 2, non-state actors will develop their own programs in the priority reform areas. Some of these programs will be in partnership with the two state institutions supported in Component 1 (funded through partnership grants); others would be independent of them (funded through thematic grants) . The third component supports overall coordination of the project and promotes learning, awareness raising and capacity building on demand-side approaches including forging partnerships with NGOs and Civil Society Organizations and preparation/implementation of Consolidated Training Plans to promote synergy. This, in part, is intended to create a “ripple effect” beyond the institutions and programs supported in Components 1 and 2. dowloadable file.

 
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