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Policies and Procedures

  1. OEC staff will disseminate in their working territory that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, or other status, to create national harmony. these rights are repeated and reinforced again in the ICCPR and the ICESCR.
  2. Depending on existence of Minorities or Indigenous in the operational fields, OEC will integrate all of them in the project(s) to eliminate discrimination and promoting equal liberty of opportunity and outcome, respecting the rightful principle of Human Rights for All Human Beings.

  3. OEC will pay more attention to people in remote areas as well as minorities and indigenous people in the aim at building equal empowerment and to approach the countryside with the town and capital in order to eliminate opportune inequality and discrimination in access to development.

  4. The past experience shows clearly that leaving minorities ignorant and isolated, they fall easily in the strategy “Going from paddy field to Capital” that caused a sad disaster. OEC will seek for supporting fund to develop remote areas culturally, skillfully, and technically for a dignitary livelihood allowing people in remote areas or minorities to attain a living standard similarly to other people in Cambodian society.

  5. OEC agrees with the idea that the protection of minority rights is best achieved and articulated through a combination of majority sensitivity and minority inclusion. Minority voices are heard, and minority rights more respected when representatives of minority groups enjoy full access to participate in the political sphere, public life and the relevant areas of decision making.

People who repeatedly take large amounts of drugs such as alcohol, marijuana, ecstasy, amphetamines, or narcotics may become dependent on the drugs. The effect of these drugs can cause confusion, depression, sleep problems, anxiety, damage to the brain in areas that control thought, memory, and learning; paranoia ascribing hostile intentions to other persons; poor motivation, impaired judgment and memory, personality changes, and disrupted collaboration and family relationships; health problems such as hepatitis. Addicts spend so much time and money trying to obtain drugs or under the influence of drugs that they neglect their family, friends, and work. Pregnant women who take drugs can cause harm to their unborn children. All drug users risk injury or death to themselves and others if they drive under the influence of a drug, and that can destroy internal working harmony, create conflict of interest, and undermine all fundamental interrelation with international, national and private institutions. In short Drugs deprive users of their ability to participate and enjoy their rights and the rights of others, as enshrined in the 'Declaration of Human Rights'; including but not limited to the right to life, liberty and security of person; the right to the free development of the user's personality and the right to work; the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, together with the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.

OEC’s statement to fight drugs
Consequently, OEC and their staff declare solemnly to use all their strong vigilance to prevent possibility of sale, possession, and use of these kinds of drugs, or being intermediaries of illicit commerce, in the office, at home, or in other public place and in personal daily life. To this end, OEC staffs are binding together to keep close watch on their children attitude and children or adults of their neighbors to unanimously maintain the no-drug atmosphere, to use any efficacious psychological or legal ways to discourage drug suppliers and drug traffickers.


  • All staff have the drugs policy explained
  • All managers have to ensure that staff understand and implement the drugs policy
  • All staff work within the fundamental rules of OEC and law, and follow the drugs policy
  • We do not tolerate people bringing illicit drugs into the building. Where we know or suspect that this is happening we will discuss the matter with the concerned and may take further action, especially if they are putting other staff or visitors at risk or distress.
  • Any staff member conducts oneself contrarily to the policy or becoming drug user shall be expelled from her/his position.
  • All OEC staff must sign on an individual statement confirming their acknowledgement and implementation of the drugs policy.


Battambang, 3 March 2013
Executive Director

- Board of Director
- MC members
- All OEC staff
“For comprehensive implementation”
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