Projects need to be submitted in the application form, which can be downloaded from this link. Applications filled up have to be submitted at the local office of the Delegation of the European Commission to Cambodia, Phnom Pen, Cambodia. The last date for submitting application is 25 June 209. For more information, visit this link.
It is a two-set CD consisting of all the information needed and it can be ordered freely by filling a simple online form at the IDRC website.
Bernard van Leer Foundation as a toolkit that can be useful for NGOs in preparing concepts, presentations and posters. It can be used by NGO professionals who are attending conferences and need to make presentations about their work and their organizations. It has been specifically developed for people working in HIV and AIDS field.
The toolkit can be used to develop a presentation, write a clear and concise abstract and prepare poster for discussions. The toolkit is available only in English and it gives clear ideas about how make onself prepare before making a conference presentation.
The toolkit has been published by the Coalition on Children Affected by HIV/AIDS (CCABA) and it can be downloaded from this link.
The Story of Stuff has become quite popular among people because of the simple way it has highlighted the burning issues of the day. The film is being translated into many other languages as well. At this point of time, the film is available in Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Taiwanese Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Thai. The film can be viewed below or even on The Story of Stuff website. Viewers can contribute to The Story of Stuff Blog. One can even order a DVD, but there is a cost involved in it.
Watch the film below: