Action progress

Action Implementation Location

This action progress below has been implemented at:

Sub-national Level

Annual Data

Annual progress made recorded by the respective ministry.

Target 1 - tons of production

Unit measured in Number

Target 2 - Of Beneficiaries In Improved Aquaculture Production

Unit measured in percentage

Target 3 - Report Improved Access To Markets

Unit measured in percentage

Target 4 - Of Beneficiaries Of In Farm And Out Farm

Unit measured in percentage

Additional information

Action Details Input Description
Technology Availability Yes (i) Domesticate and produce both indigenous and exotic species that are more adaptable to climate change; (ii) Promote aquaculture in plastic ponds and composite ponds; (iii) Promote cage and pen culture in man-made reservoirs
Number of women/ % of women participation- Of Beneficiaries In Improved Aquaculture Production 0.0%/50.0% 50% of women engaging in aquaculture systems/ fishery sector will be involved in aquaculture production specifically in planning, development, fish-farm operations. Women will be provided technical support in decision making, harvest and post-harvest technology, improving access to market, and collective aquatic business. In particular, supporting women to enhance knowledge that can help them to practice in-farm and out-farm activities (i.e. planning for fish culture, seeking customers, extending assistance for new fish seed producers and grow out farmers). 50% of beneficiaries in improved aquaculture production are women
Number of women/ % of women participation- Report Improved Access To Markets 0.0%/50.0% 50% of women report improved access to markets
Number of women/ % of women participation- Of Beneficiaries Of In Farm And Out Farm 0.0%/50.0% 50% of beneficiaries of in farm and out farm activities are women
Youth (engaged, not engaged, description) Yes 65.5% of youth involved in aquaculture will be engaged in construction and operations of fishponds, fish hatching, and fish marketing. They will receive support in term of technical training and capacity development in collective business, development of fishponds, hatchery facilities, selecting of brood stock, transferring, feed preparation, harvest and post-harvest technology and marketing.
Private sector (engaged, not engaget, description) Yes Private sector engagement/cooperation in fisheries product and food safety in response to climate change and disaster risk reduction. They will be strongly engaged in the process of capacity development, input supplies (i.e. feed), trading and processing technologies and marketing.


Financial Costs (USD)


No. Budget Financed By Funding Details Year
178 2,400,000
Commercialization of Aquaculture for Sustainable Trade (CAST) - USDA Cambodia Program. facilitate commercial, private sector-driven activities to catalyse market growth and supply Cambodia-grown, quality-assured fish that achieve price premiums. 2021
179 961,547.1
AFD- CaPFish-Aqua. The overall objective of the CaPFish Program is derived from the vision set down in the Strategic Planning Framework for Fisheries: to contribute to food security and socioeconomic development in Cambodia in order to enhance people's livelihoods and the nation's prosperity. The specific objective of this Aquaculture Component is to ensure a more sustainable, climate-resilient and inclusive growth in the aquaculture sector. 2021
180 2,325,843.6
German Agency for International Cooperation
Sustainable Community Fisheries and Aquaculture in Cambodia. Cambodia's food-insecure population has access to more fish products and a higher income from sustainable aquaculture and resource-friendly pond farming and rice field fishing. 2021

Action Budget Implementation Location

This budgets above has been implemented at:

Sub-national Level