(English) Workshops on Sub-grant Scheme

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Early this October, Samakum Teangtnaut’s staff (STT) organized a workshop on how to apply for a small grant scheme to interested parties at STT office. Most of participant who joined in this workshop were from urban poor community with their unclear status of land tenure such as Beoung Kak, Nirot Boeung Chhouk, String Mean Chey, Boeung Trobek, Nirot Boeung Chouk, Boeung Chhouk Russey Keo, and Throm Kol community.

The grant scheme aims to support Urban Poor Community Based Organizations in order to undertake activities which would lead to improved land tenure security and living conditions in their settlements. It is one of the activities under Human Rights –Based Spatial Planning Phase II (HRBSP2) funded by European Union and Czech Development Agency, being implemented by People in Need (PIN), Samakum Teangtnaut (STT), Urban Poor Women Development (UPWD), and Open Institute (OI).