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A Social Environmental Impact Assessment (SEIA) assignment responds to a pressing need for community and civil society action to challenge ongoing and new development projects and initiatives on the Kampot and Kep province coastlines that threaten livelihood and the access to and control over land and natural resources of coastal Community Fisheries. The assessment is part of the project “Securing access to and control over land and natural resource for vulnerable Community Fisheries in the coastal areas of Cambodia”, funded by the European Commission (EC) and implemented by Children and Women Development Centre in Cambodia (CWDCC), Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) in collaboration with ActionAid Cambodia (AAC).


Research Purpose:

The SEIA will serve as basis for evidence-based advocacy for communities, CBOs and networks to shadow the findings from official SEIA Reports (public or non-public reports) to plan and conduct advocacy for sustainable community-led fishery resources management and resilient livelihood of the community members.

Application submisison


Interest consultant (in group or individual)  is invited to submit the application by no later than 15th July 2020 to E-mail: or house#33, Street 71, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh (Detail on submission requirement can be downloaded from our website above).


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