Accountability and Transparency Action

We believe NGOs should be accountable for their actions and be governed transparently.

On the 23rd of Septem­ber 2011 CRDT was present at the inaug­ur­a­tion cere­mony following being awar­ded the CCC GPP stamp of approval earlier in 2011. The NGO GPP (Non Governmental Organization Governance and Professional Practice), as a pro­ject within the Cooper­a­tion Com­mit­tee for Cam­bodia (CCC), is a col­lect­ive response by NGOs and work­ing in part­ner­ship with the NGO com­munity, donors/funding agen­cies, and other stake­hold­ers to professionalize and strengthen the NGO sec­tor in Cam­bodia by encour­aging and pro­mot­ing NGO account­ab­il­ity and good organizational practices.

CRDT was offi­cially registered with the Min­istry of the Interior in 2005 (see the registration letter here [Khmer]).

Our con­sti­tu­tion and organizational struc­ture is developed to ensure good gov­ernance, account­ab­il­ity and trans­par­ency. Our Board of Dir­ect­ors work in a non-executive capa­city on a vol­un­tary basis. Day-to-day oper­a­tions are over­seen by a man­age­ment com­mit­tee, led by an exec­ut­ive dir­ector. The rest of the team report to the management committee and hold roles as pro­ject staff either in the field offices or at the head office in Kratie Town.

Structure & Management

CRDT consists of three main bodies of a) Board of Directors, b) the Executive Director and c) the Management Committee Office and Field Staff.

The Board of Directors is the governing body consisting of 5 to 7 members and 4 to 6 independent members and acting as a representative of the public to guide the Organization in achieving its vision and mission while meeting all its legal and ethical obligations.

The Board of Directors

The Executive Director

The Management Committee, Office and Field Staff

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