Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

 

Cambodia has achieved impressive economic growth since the mid-1990s and has made significant progress in reducing national poverty. It is ranked 124th out of 169 countries (UNDP 2010 Human Development Index). However, despite recent socio-economic progress, 27 percent of Cambodians still live under the national poverty line with 18 percent of Cambodians considered food insecure. Based on the reality of development endeavor in Cambodia, many Donors, Non- Governmental Organizations and Government Institutions are currently supporting and implementing various development projects throughout the country to reach poverty alleviation.

Dynamic Alliance Consulting (DAC) started at the right time. Under Cambodian leadership working with a team of Cambodian professionals and practitioners we mobilize and enrich qualified, experienced, and professional resource persons both national and international consultants together to support excellent interaction across disciplines, ensuring that our work covers all aspects of agriculture, food security and nutrition, community development, health, education, water and sanitation, environment, governance, economy and financing. Our team members are professionally respected in their specialist fields with recognition for merging insights, leadership and commitment with the practical know-how and ability to develop feasible solutions.

So far, DAC has provided its services to a wide spectrum of clients including WB, EU, UNDP, JICA, ADB, AusAID, Wathnak Pheap, Heifer International-Cambodia, CAVAC, Mith Samlanh/Friend International, CCSF, ADRA Cambodia, World Vision, Green Cross, and Develing Trade BV.

In behalf of the DAC, I would like to extend my deepest thanks to all our valuable clients who have put their trust in our consultancy services.

Respectfully yours,

Chey  Tech

President/CEO

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