PADEK is the leading NGO for the project “Strengthening Emergency Response Capacity of Humanitarian NGOs in Cambodia” by facilitating to setup Cambodian Humanitarian Forum (CHF). The project is funded by USAID/OFDA, which commenced in May 2012. This project is coordinated by Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) with in country partners NCDM and Royal University of Phnom Penh. The goal is to improve the humanitarian response to disasters in Cambodia by strengthening the leadership capacity of NGOs to better engage in the humanitarian framework by providing knowledge resources, training, and mentoring.
To maintain and promote human dignity at country level with prevention and alleviation of suffering.
To improve humanitarian actions for saving lives at communities during emergency through capacity building and training, accountability, coordination and cooperation, and quality humanitarian standard.
To Improve the humanitarian response to disasters in Cambodia by strengthening leadership capacity of NGOs to better engage in the humanitarian framework by providing knowledge resources, training, and mentoring.
To provide a platform and network for information and resource sharing and for dialogue to meet the need of the vulnerables
To promote mutual understanding between humanitarian and development organization through advocacy for better humanitarian efforts
To build and develop capacity for disaster emergency preparedness and response and the greater accountability for all humanitarian action
To joint response and work as one platform for all humanitarian activities at communities