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 - Million Tonne

Unit measured in Number

Target 2 - Stakeholder Consultation

Unit measured in percentage

Target 3 - Project beneficiaries of extensive service, training and inputs

Unit measured in percentage

Target 4 - Beneficiaries self report in work burden reduction

Unit measured in percentage

Additional information

Action Details Input Description
Technology Availability Yes Stress tolerant varieties, Agriculture(CSA), Sustainable Rice Platform (SRP),Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), Organic Agriculture, ISNM, Integrated Pest management (IPM), water saving techniques, System of Rice Intensification (SRI), Complex Rice System (for example duck-rice farming), Agroforestry, on-farm seed conservation and selection technics and post-harvests technologies, Sustainable landscape management (land levelling, integrated micro-watershed management).
Number of women/ % of women participation- Stakeholder Consultation 0.0%/50.0% 1) equal representation of women and men (50% women) participate in stakeholder consultations;
Number of women/ % of women participation- Project beneficiaries of extensive service, training and inputs 0.0%/35.0% 2) 35% (suggest this could be 50% to be equal with men) of the total project beneficiaries of extension services, training and inputs are female farmers, and
Number of women/ % of women participation- Beneficiaries self report in work burden reduction 0.0%/50.0% 3) 50% of women beneficiaries self report a reduction in their work burden as a result of project activities
Youth (engaged, not engaged, description) Yes Youth represents 47.1% in agriculture sectors. They will be engaged in capacity development, technology transfer in relation to sustainable agriculture including Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA), Good Agriculture Practice (GAP), and pre and post-harvest techniques. Youth will be strongly involved in Sustainable Rice Platform (SRP), and Agriculture Cooperative (ACs), enterprise development and agro-business activities to ensure food security and income generation among the youth groups.
Private sector (engaged, not engaget, description) Yes Various private sector players i.e rice miller, processing, exporter, producers; inputs suppliers; buyers will be promoted in rice crop production. The private sectors will be strongly engaged/involved in working with small scale farmers such as providing technical assistance, support to provide credit so that farmers can access to inputs and contracting to buy the product
SDGs

Financing

Financial Costs (USD)

37,122,000$

No. Budget Financed By Funding Details Year
159 54,000,000
Asian Development Bank
The funding was made through the ABD's loan. The objective of the project is to Increase net incomes of stakeholders along the rice value chain. The outcome will be enhanced production of quality rice in Cambodia while preserving the natural resource base. 2021
160 4,191,775.4
DFAT/Australia
Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program Phase 2 (CAVAC II). The project is to increase agricultural productivity and incomes for smallholder farmers in Cambodia. CAVAC II mainly focuses on the following 3 components: 1) Productivity and Diversification 2) Irrigation Infrastructure construction and improvement 3) Milling and Export 2021
161 1,375,696
AFD
AFD- Water resources management and Agroecological Transition for Cambodia (WAT4CAM) Program Phase 1 (Grant). The Irrigation Programme aims to : A. To accompany the RGC investment strategy in irrigation infrastructures, as a way to provide farmers with a secured water and to improve their resilience to climate change; B. To support the MoWRAM strategy through capacity-building activities in terms of (i) Irrigation and Social Water Management (ISWM) as a way to encourage a lasting local appropriation, and (ii) IWRM, including using satellite-based hydro-meteorological technologies; C. To support the MAFF in defining and implementing the RGC commitment to a sustainable agriculture intensification and diversification, using the modernisation of irrigation infrastructures to disseminate climate-smart practices as a way to increase fertility, yields and quality, to encourage value-chain structuration and agro-diversification, and to improve carbon capture and storage. 2021

Action Budget Implementation Location

This budgets above has been implemented at:

Sub-national Level