Project Category
Project Category
Environmental research
Project Description
Project Description
The Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Livelihood Improvement Program (MCCALIP) is designed based on results of VRA which was conducted in the targeted villages and with TDSP s stakeholders. The project contributes to reducing the climate change impacts on communities in the project s target areas in 5 villages, Chobvary commune, Preah Netr Preah district, Banteay Meanchey province where the communities always faced natural catastrophe. The key problems identified during VRA are low knowledge related to the climate change concept, lack of water for consumption and irrigation system, and lack of agricultural techniques. The key project interventions to help the target communities to reduce their vulnerability to climate change impacts are the application of agricultural Climate Change Resilience techniques such as integrated farming, home gardening, chicken raising and establishment of women saving group in order to improve family food security. And the projects will rehabilitate community ponds for household consumption; get farmers to set up home gardens and to raise animals. Moreover the projects will promote public awareness about the impacts of climate change on their livelihood by trainings, community forums, and world environmental day, and be able to integrate the Climate Change priorities/projects into the Community Development Plan / Community Investment Plan. The action will promote women s empowerment, enable indigenous people to address pernicious issues caused by the climate change and mobilize multi-stakeholders active involvement in order to improve poor communities livelihoods in the selected villages. TDSP will provide scholarship to the 15 key farmers to stay and learn about integrated farming/Agriculture Resilience Technique from Model farmers/CEDAC demonstration site, and they become a resource person in the long run at the project target areas. TDSP will work closely with Commune Council and Community representative to select a company to rehabilitate of 3 ponds and will organize a pond management committee to make ensure that the ponds will be well used and managed in the long run. Through developing new ways in strengthening coordination and cooperation between communities, civil society and local authorities, in strategically focusing on transforming attitude towards adaptation, the project will bring a sustainable course in reducing poverty status in the target areas. Goal and Objectives General Goal: To increase adaptive capacity and reduce Climate Change impacts of communities in five villages, Chabvary commune, Preah Netr Preah district, Banteay Meanchey province Specific Objectives: at the end of project cycle; 1. To increase income of 350 families in the target groups through the application of agricultural Climate Change Resilience techniques such as integrated farming, home gardening, chicken rises and provision of women saving group in order to improve family food security. . 2. At least 270 families in the target areas have better access to water year round through rehabilitation of three Community ponds for household consumption, home gardens and animal rising. At least 4000 people in the target areas, and commune authority gains understanding about the impacts of climate change on their livelihood and able to integrate the Climate Change priorities/projects into the Community Development Plan or Community Investment Plan. Outcomes Outcome 1.1: At least 350 families (1750 people/ 1050-women) have improved food security through growing crops around their house and chicken raisings as well as increase the option of livelihood opportunity. Outcome 2.1: At least 270 families in Chrobthmey and Pradak villages have better access to clean water for consumption year round Outcome 3.1: At least 4000 communities and stakeholders aware about climate change impacts and be able to response to the climate change Outcome 3.2: Project plan and adaptation priorities have integrated into commune development plan and commune investment plan Outputs and Activities Output 1.1.1: 350 community s people gained capacity and technical skills on home gardening and animal raising and small business Activities i) Organize village meetings to select the project beneficiaries and group leaders ii) Develop training materials and curriculums and produce documentation related to the home gardening, and animal raising iii) Provide five training events on home gardening, animal raising technical skills and small business to target groups Output 1-1-2: Five loan management committees organized and well function Activities i) Organize village meetings to establish 5 loan management committees with total 15 members (10-women) ii) Provide one training event on budget and loan management to loan management committee members iii) Develop internal rules and regulations for loan the management committees iv) Submit internal rules and regulations to commune for acknowledgement and cooperation v) Follow-up support and monitor the progress Output 1.1.3: 350 families (1750 people) implemented home garden and animal raising projects and increased the option of livelihood opportunity Activities i) Organize community s exposure visit to CEDAC site in Siem Reap province ii) Provide technical assistance to the target groups iii) Provide loan to 100 families to start up home gardens iv) Provide loan to 100 families to start up chicken raising v) Provide loan to 150 families to start up small businesses fo
Country
Country
Cambodia
Our Reference Number
Our Reference Number
2218718140515
 
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