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 - Increased supply of vegetable to local market

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Target 2 - Beneficiaries receiving training

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Target 3 - Beneficiaries avail childcare service

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Target 4 - Gender awareness training

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Target 5 - Beneficiaries report increase income

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Target 6 - Beneficiaries report reducing hours

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Additional information

Action Details Input Description
Technology Availability Yes Stress tolerant varieties, Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA), Conservation Agriculture (CA),Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), ISNM, Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS), Organic Agriculture, water saving techniques post-harvests technologies and stress tolerant species and varieties, intercropping, agroforestry, crop rotation, mixed cropping /companion planting, integrated farming system approach
Number of women/ % of women participation- Beneficiaries receiving training 0.0%/40.0%
Number of women/ % of women participation- Beneficiaries avail childcare service 0.0%/50.0%
Number of women/ % of women participation- Gender awareness training 0.0%/50.0%
Number of women/ % of women participation- Beneficiaries report increase income 0.0%/50.0%
Number of women/ % of women participation- Beneficiaries report reducing hours 0.0%/50.0%
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 Promote and engagement of private sector including investors/input suppliers, exporters, and SME/ entrepreneurs to be involvPromote and engagement of private sector including investors/input suppliers, exporters, and SME/ entrepreneurs to be involved in the horticulture value chains that can boost multiple and double cropping to adapt with climate variability; particularly in dry season for smallholders and medium farmers aiming to improve food security and income generation.ed in the horticulture value chains that can boost multiple and double cropping to adapt with climate variability; particularly in dry season for smallholders and medium farmers aiming to improve food security and income generation.
SDGs

Financing

Financial Costs (USD)

15,238,000$

No. Budget Financed By Funding Details Year
162 143,642
New Zealand
Cambodia Climate Smart Commercial Horticulture (CSMART). Goal: to significantly and sustainably increase climate-change resilience, farm and food safety, profitability, and market system support for small-scale commercial and subsistence+ horticulture farmers. Long term outcome 1: Increased economic return and food security benefits from climate-smart horticulture in Cambodia. Long term outcome 2: Growth in agricultural sector in Cambodia. 2021
163 141,113
Switzerland
Cambodian Horticulture Advancing Income and Nutrition (CHAIN3). The project is to improve income and nutrition of rural households through safe horticulture production and trade in targeted rural areas in Cambodia. 2021
164 701,394
New Zealand
Cambodia Quality Horticulture. Horticulture sector growth through delivering on market demand for high quality safe produce 2021

Action Budget Implementation Location

This budgets above has been implemented at:

Sub-national Level