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First meeting Professional Committee : September 3rd 2020

On September 3rd 2020, the first Professionnal Committee of Greencap Project took place at the National University of ManagementThe first Professional Committee (PC) meeting aimed to meet up all the members for the first time and get to know each other.

Please find here the composition of the first PC which aimed different society sectors (government, NGOs, embassies, chamber of commerce) as well as different areas (energy, agriculture, garment, tourism, construction, access to vulnerable people

NameInstitutionSector/PositionWebsiteWebsite
H.E. E VuthyNational Committee for Sustainable DevelopmentMinistry of Environmenthttps://ncsd.moe.gov.kh/
Nicholas SpencerIbis RiceOrganic Farming – Jasmine Ricehttps://ibisrice.com/
SUM Sokhamphou Phnom Penh City HallGreen city / Urbanisationhttp://phnompenh.gov.kh/
Clarisse Kehler SiebertNexus for Development Financehttps://nexusfordevelopment.org/
Karolien CASAER-DiezGlobal Green Growth InstituteRepresentativehttps://www.greengrowthknowledge.org/organization/global-green-growth-institute-gggi
Sajith EDIRISURIYAChip MongIndustry / Ecocycle Cementhttps://www.chipmong.com/
Andeol CADINEurocham Green Business CommitteeChamber of Commercehttps://www.eurocham-cambodia.org/advocacy/green_business
H.E.  SANN VathanaMOEYS CambodiaUnder Secretary of Statehttp://www.moeys.gov.kh/en/
Antoine DENIZARD / Melissa LIUEnergyLab AsiaClean Energyhttps://energylab.asia/
Gilbert PALAOROHappy ChandaraOperations Director – NGO for Women/Girls inclusionhttp://www.happychandarafuture.org/
Thomas VALLEEFrench AmbassyScientific cooperation Advisorhttps://kh.ambafrance.org/

It was also the occasion to give to our 10 professional members of the PC an introduction to GREENCAP project and PC roles and responsibilities. It also allowed members to provide recommendations to the PMB regarding the theme of the upcoming pre-conference of GREENCAP project in order to respond to the needs of private sectors in the current situation so as to strengthen the public-private cooperation.

Please find enclosed minutes of the meeting.