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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Khmer Fonts Installer (32bit & 64bit)

Khmer Fonts Installer (32bit)
Khmer Fonts Installer (64bit)

You are installing Khmer Fonts:
- Limon Fonts
- Unicode Fonts
- Khmer Keyboard for Limon
- Khmer Keyboard for Unicode
- Normal Dot for Microsoft Office 2003
- Normal Dot for Microsoft Office 2007
- Normal Dot for Microsoft Office 2010
- Orkida Dictionary
- Khmer English Dictionary
Note: Some computers required to restart the system, please restart before opening Microsoft Office.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Consultancy Opportunity with HACC Deadline 11 November 2011

Job Description
HACC is a network of over 120 local and international CSO working on HIV and AIDS and related social health issues. Established in 1993 as a forum to enhance information sharing and experience exchanges, HACC has acquired over 17 years experience with these tasks as well as with policy influencing, coordination, advocacy, awareness raising, resource mobilization and research.
HACC requires the services of a Consultant to assess the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) systems capacity of selected NGOs and develop a more standardized and reliable system of evaluating project performance. Such reform will facilitate a more efficient and effective National response to HIV and AIDS and, in this way, contributes to the realization of the National Strategic Goals.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Review of information and data from different sources and preliminary briefings and interviews with key informants.
·         Develop assessment design and select effective methods and tools and efficient plans and timelines
·         Collect information and data collection through participator assessment methodologies where CSO are involved
·         Prepare reports, documents and power point presentations to share preliminary findings and draft strategy and costing plan with HACC team and key stakeholders in validation workshop
·         Assist with organization and facilitation of validation workshop
·         Finalize assessment report and M&E capacity building strategy and costing plan methods and tools, timeline.

Expected outputs:
1.      A document on the design of the assessment including effective methods, tools, plans and timelines.
2.      A report of the findings of the M&E capacity assessment
3.      The methods and tools developed for the capacity building and
4.      A final validated M&E capacity building strategy and costing plan, methods and tools, timeline.

Qualifications and Experience:
·         Master or Doctor Degree in social sciences, public health or related field
  • ·         A minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in developing countries especially in the areas of M&E, training, research and strategic planning.
  • ·         Experience and skills in conducting capacity and training needs assessment and in developing capacity building and training strategies and plans
  • ·         Proven ability to use quantitative and qualitative assessment tools and in compilation and analysis of data from different sources
  • ·         Familiarities with HIV/AIDS sector in Cambodia and/or with Global Fund are assets
  • ·         Very good oral and written proficiency in English is a requirement; proficiency of Khmer is a plus.

Duration of Contract: November – December 2011 (30 days) 
Type of contract: All inclusive lump-sum remuneration based on deliverables

Submission of Application: 
Interested and qualified candidates should submit by 11 November 2011 an updated CV and a cover letter as well as a proposal of maximum 5 pages describing the assessment approach, methods, tools, plans and timelines. References and daily consultancy fee should also be included to HACC’s office, #175, Street 155, Sangkat Toul Tompoung I, Khan Chamcarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, or email to tel: 023 217 964. (If you need more detail of Job Description please see in HACC website:

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Khmer Unicode Conversion

Download Khmer Unicode Conversion

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Standards And Guidelines for the Care , Support and Protection of Orphans and Vulnerable Children

Standards And Guidelines for the Care , Support and Protection of Orphans and  Vulnerable Children now is  Available on the site please access below to this files both Kmere and English:

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Cambodia Singing Contest 2011

Cambodia Singing Contest 2011 

When: 2-23 December 2011 
Where: Phnom Penh, Cambodia 

To register in abroad, please contact through email: 

1- Xieu Se email: 
2- Ok Sphon email: 
3- Yun Theara email:

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Funny Girl Jumped Down

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Law on the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS in Cambodia

Issues: In July 2002, 
The Cambodian National Assembly passed the Law on the Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS. The law mandates a wide range of activities by Ministries of the Royal Government of Cambodia and by civil society. It takes a strong human rights approach, emphasizing non-discrimination, confidentiality, voluntary HIV testing, freedom of movement and abode, and the prohibition of HIV screening for employment or education, for example. The National AIDS Authority is responsible for coordinating the multisectoral implementation of the legislation, including resource mobilization. The National AIDS Authority (NAA) needed to promote awareness of the legislation in Cambodian society and implementation of the legislation by all stakeholders. 

Description: The NAA established a Legal and Policy Working Group which developed a code of conduct for operationalizing the law. The process involved stakeholders from 14 government Ministries, the Cambodian courts system, providers of health care services, multilateral agencies, and local and international nongovernmental organizations, with technical assistance from The POLICY Project Cambodia. 

Lessons learned: A code of conduct which articulates in plain language the meaning of the key provisions of the law, and the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, is a valuable tool for promoting awareness and understanding of the law, and for giving practical meaning to the provisions it contains. The involvement of all relevant government and civil society stakeholders in drafting the code of conduct is important in producing an effective document. 

Recommendations: Legislation dealing with multiple aspects of HIV/AIDS such as non-discrimination, voluntary counseling and testing, confidentiality, and freedom of movement and abode, can have greater impact when it is accompanied by a plain language document to raise awareness in the general population, and to guide implementation of the law by all stakeholders.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Masters Scholarships for Individuals from Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand and Lao PDR

The Asia Pacific Scholarship Consortium is an informal network of universities in Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and the Philippines that aims to facilitate scholarships in high quality postgraduate courses for individuals from Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand and Lao PDR who require financial support to study. Masters Scholarships for Individuals from Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand and Lao PDR deadline 15 November 2011.

The application materials required for this program are as follows:
  1. APSC 2012 Scholarship Application
  2. One academic letter of reference (sent directly by referee using the APSC 2012 Reference Form). 
  3. One professional letter of reference (sent directly by referee using the APSC 2012 Reference Form). 
  4. Scanned copies of previous university-level educational transcripts (or explanation as to why these are unavailable). 
  5. Scanned copy of your passport photo page (if available).Do not include scans of stamped visa pages. 
  6. Scanned copies of one of the following: a. Any official English language exams you have taken, such as TOEFL or IELTS b. EPOP TOEFL Diagnostic Exam


Ø  November 15, 2011: Application deadline. Late applications will not be accepted.
Ø  December 5-16, 2011: Shortlisted applicants will be notified.
Ø  January 9-20, 2012: Interviews held in each participating country. Dates will vary depending on location.
Ø  February 6-11, 2012: Successful applicants notified.

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