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National Policy Dialogue (High level dialogue: Limited participants case-based Rep of NGOs and Communities, case-based provincial governors, relevant ministries and Paliamentary members) [Common issues from provincial dialogue] von Mind Map: National Policy Dialogue (High level dialogue: Limited participants case-based Rep of NGOs and Communities, case-based provincial governors, relevant ministries and Paliamentary members) [Common issues from provincial dialogue]

1. 1. Provincial criteria of LD case selection

1.1. Cases facilitated by members

1.1.1. members organize dailogue with local authority

1.2. Focus cases coordinated by the NGOF

1.3. Provinces involved with NAC 2020 (1KP, 2Kep, 3PSV, 4KK, 5Kg. Speu, 6Kg. Chhnang, 7PS, 8BTB, 9BMC, 10SR, 11ODM, 12Kg. Thom, 13PVH, 14KRT, 15STT, 16RTK, 17MDK, 18PNP)

1.3.1. Cases are not facilitated by members, we will rely on authority for updating

1.4. ***** SCOPE: Only cases coordinated by members. ***** CLEAR (actors, cases, beneficiaries)

2. 2. LD data for consolidation (consultant)

2.1. 2019 LD report

2.2. 2020 Media tracking data

2.3. 2020 NAC report

3. 3. Provincial Dialogue

3.1. Objectives

3.1.1. To verify the consolidated LD cases to ensure that the information are accurate and reliable

3.1.2. Way forward, action to be taken for resolution

3.1.3. Select case for investigation and dialogue

3.2. Participants

3.2.1. Community representatives (cases facilitated by members)

3.2.2. Network Members

3.2.3. Steering Committee

3.2.4. Provincial governor and departments

3.2.4.1. Identify actors for engagement and link to regional visit

3.2.5. District and commune councilor

4. 4. Developing report on LD analysis and policy brief (consultant)

4.1. Analysis data report after campaign

4.2. Coordinate meeting to verify and finally the report

4.3. Launching

4.4. Continuing (provincial dialogue)

5. 5. Regional Exchanged Visit (sharing best practice)

5.1. Sharing lesson learnt

5.1.1. Cases solved

5.1.2. Progress of cases intervention

5.1.3. Challenges/obstacles

5.1.4. Way forward

5.2. Participants

5.2.1. Community representatives (cases facilitated by members) - limit partcipants

5.2.2. Members

5.2.3. Provincial governors and departments

5.2.4. Parliamentary members

5.2.5. District and commune councilor

6. Network Coordination (quarterly and adhoc meeting

6.1. Update progress and challenges from provincial dialogue...

6.2. Set up roadmap/strategy for intervention

6.3. Policy monitoring and development

6.4. Sharing and updating knowledge from RGC, DPs, Academic, members

6.5. Identify common issues for national policy dialogue

7. Supported by case study or research study for policy development and improvement