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 - types of new technologies

Unit measured in Number

Target 2 - Capacity Building And Extension Services

Unit measured in percentage

Additional information

Action Details Input Description
Technology Availability Yes Mung-bean grown within short duration variety (Less than 55days from planting till first harvesting) and irrigated with small amounts of water; Upland soil map development with Fertilizer recommendation; Technology transfer of rice seed purification technique for farmer level; Quality seed produced and Pre-and post-harvest technology development
Number of women/ % of women participation- Capacity Building And Extension Services 25.0%/50.0% 25% of women engaged in the consultation on the data socio-economic and evironmental data collection on agriculral suitablity and rice soil map, rice ecosystem maps.
Youth (engaged, not engaged, description) Yes More than 50% of youths (who are involved in the proposed priorities for agriculture development sector) will be engaged to participate in new technology development and distribution. They include students, researchers, scientists, sellers and farmers.
Private sector (engaged, not engaget, description) Yes All stakeholders including farmer agricultural communities, agricultural cooperatives, SME, and Cambodian rice milling association will be engaged to be involved in developing new technologies, facilities to develop, test and demonstrate the resilience of crop varieties.
SDGs

Financing

Financial Costs (USD)

1,500,000$

No. Budget Financed By Funding Details Year
173 3,950,205.7
SDC
The project was supported by RIICE Project. It aimed to access to updated and reliable information is crucial to a more efficient and resilient agricultural production in response to the escalating challenges of food security for the growing population and the impacts caused by extreme weather events. Information derived from remote sensing helps governments and agricultural intermediaries to better manage domestic rice production and distribution, both during normal growing conditions and after natural events. For insurers, such information is essential to reduce the risk and to introduce new insurance schemes affordable for low-income smallholder farmers. RIICE technology is continuously evolving by integrating data acquired from new satellite systems, drone data, and by adapting and customizing the service according to countries’ and insurers’ specific needs. The standard product suite consists of: 1) Baseline maps, i.e. Agricultural and rice area and rice ecosystem zoning; 2) Seasonal area, seasonal phenology and bio-physical parameters; 3) Seasonal yield forecast and yield estimation at harvest time; 4) Flood and drought related rice damage maps. 2021

Action Budget Implementation Location

This budgets above has been implemented at:

Sub-national Level