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 - metric tons

Unit measured in Number

Target 2 - Of Participants In Rehabilitation Of Fish Refuges And Mangrove Forest

Unit measured in percentage

Target 3 - Of Beneficiaries Receiving Extension Services

Unit measured in percentage

Target 4 - Loans (Or Credit Services) And Gained Access To Fisheries Resources

Unit measured in percentage

Additional information

Action Details Input Description
Technology Availability Yes i)Dredging and rehabilitation of fish refuges and critical habitats; (ii) Protection of flooded and mangrove forests as the spawning, nursing and feeding habitats for fish and other aquatic animal
Number of women/ % of women participation- Of Participants In Rehabilitation Of Fish Refuges And Mangrove Forest 0.0%/50.0% 50% women involved in fishing community/ Community Fishery, and fishery sector will participate in rehabilitation of fish refuges and protection of flooded and mangrove forest as the spawning, nursing and feeding habitat. Women will be involved in fishery technology transfer including preparing bait, supplying fishing gear and maintaining fishing equipment. Importantly, women will improve access to credit and extension service in large scale fishery value chain to close gap in access to necessary resources along with the organization of collective women business (i.e. women producer groups) that can improve income generation, food security for women in fishery value chain 50% of participants in rehabilitation of fish refuges and mangrove forest are women
Number of women/ % of women participation- Of Beneficiaries Receiving Extension Services 0.0%/50.0% 50% of beneficiaries receiving extension services are women
Number of women/ % of women participation- Loans (Or Credit Services) And Gained Access To Fisheries Resources 0.0%/50.0% 50% of women beneficiaries have successfully been approved for loans (or credit services) and gained access to fisheries resources
Youth (engaged, not engaged, description) Yes 30% of youth involved in fishery sector will be engaged in consultation meetings, engaging sustainable fishery management and protection the critical habitats and mangroves and flooded forests.
Private sector (engaged, not engaget, description) Yes Private sector will be engaged in protection of flooded forests and reforestation activities for example with the incentives for ecosystem services certification scheme or as a part of Social Corporative Responsibilities activities.
SDGs

Financing

Financial Costs (USD)

33,500,000$

No. Budget Financed By Funding Details Year
181 226,291
AFD
AquaCAM - Aquaculture au Cambodge : durabilite et prevention des risques. This project aims to assess the sustainability of existing aquaculture production systems in Cambodia in order to allow the development of efficient and sustainable aquaculture 2021
182 2,257,210.1
The European Union
CAPFISH-Capture: UNIDO complementary support. This project is part of the CAPFish capture component of the Cambodia Programme for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in the Fisheries Sector with the overall objective to contribute to the achievement of the Royal Government of Cambodia's long term vision of social and economic development, food security and poverty reduction. It is in this framework that the CAPFISH Capture - Post Harvest Fisheries Development project is designed with the specific objective to contribute to the development of post-harvest fisheries through upgrading of the regulatory and institutional system, as well as the adoption of better practices and innovation by the private sector. This project will aim at inclusive post-harvest fisheries value chain development focusing on strengthening the institutional capacity of Competent Authority for establishing official control systems and subsequently supporting the development of post-harvest fisheries, through capacity building in terms of skills development, food safety system implementation, matching investment support and building business support mechanisms. 2021
183 4,702,295
World Bank Group
Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project- Phase III (MIWRM3). This is the third phase of a regional series of operation, the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Program, following the first phase for Lao PDR and the Mekong River Commission (M-IWRM1), and the second phase for Vietnam (M-IWRM2). The overall regional objective is to:support implementation of the integrated water resources management in the Lower Mekong Basin at the regional, national and sub-national level. The specific objective for the proposed third phase project (MIWRM3)is to support the improvement of the fisheries resources management and establish river basin management in the areas of regional significance in Northern Cambodia. 2021

Action Budget Implementation Location

This budgets above has been implemented at:

Sub-national Level