Human Rights Based Spatial Planning in Cambodia as a Tool for Promotion of Tenure Security for the Most Vulnerable and Marginalized Groups II
- Identification number: 19/2016/27, 19/2017/27
- Total anticipated budget:
- Implementation period: 2016–2018
- Project location: Cambodia
- Sector: Trilateral Development Cooperation
- Grant, public tender and budgetary measure within the project:
Implementing partner: People in Need
Financial resources provided by CzDA in 2016: 2 000 000 CZK
Financial resources provided by CzDA in 2017: 2 000 000 CZK
Financial resources provided by CzDA in 2018: 3 390 000 CZK
The project builds on the previous two-year project that was implemented within the years 2014-2015. Current project aims to contribute to the development and consolidation of the rule of law and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms in Cambodia and specifically to strengthen tenure security and the right to adequate housing of poor urban dwellers in Phnom Penh. This will be achieved through raising awareness, hazard mapping and risk assessment and searching for satisfactory non-conflict win-win spatial solutions to land disputes through participative approach involving all relevant stakeholders to secure long-term sustainability.
Project also places great emphasis on enhancing the role of CSOs/CBOs as actors in regular dialoge with duty bearers (LAs) to defend rights and interests of urban poor communities and finding peaceful land conflict resolution in the urban areas to achieve social justice.