Project Category
Project Category
Environmental research
Project Description
Project Description
According to VRA , which was conducted in 5 villages, the results relates to trend analysis that present other continuing climate change variables. We have combined the results from five villages through focused group discussion on climate change and identification of key hazards including draught, duration of draught, crops damage draught, flood risk, flood duration, crops damage floods and level of rainfall between a defined period from 1980 to 2010 and has combined the results from VRA report per villages to integrate into average of five villages relating to 1-4 questions to present the climate change affecting all sectors which are climate, infrastructure, economic, technical, institutional, HR/Skill, natural resources and information. - With current climate situation, community people live in dilemma. According to poor water management, the participants mentioned that when it has more water during rainy seasons and their crops are flooded, and at dry seasons they have no water to use. - Infrastructure and information is main interests of participants because if community people do not get to know any information of climate issues, they cannot contribute to reducing climate impacts. At the same time, the infrastructure, (canal, lake of water store, pond) are key resource of contribution of climate change impact reduction and prevention if their community has none of them, their lives are to meet disasters such as draughts and floods. Some cases vulnerable groups migrated to Thailand to sell their labor We have combined the priority s needs of groups of women, men CBOs , and local authorities as following: - Construct water dam - Fix canal and pond - Dig well - Install defends around community pond - To establish committee - Renovate canal - Need hand tractor in village to use for agriculture - Support agricultural technical - Need animal raising (Chicken and pig) and crop diversification (Rice) - Need seed bank for providing capital to vulnerable groups - Need cow bank According to priority s need of vulnerable communities in order to address the climate change, we have raised up key strategies involving 1). Rehabilitation and construction irrigation and increased livelihoods; 2). Capacity building 3). Support the seed bank and cow bank. 4) Developing the knowledge management and improve effective project management for sharing document. 1.2 Objectives The overall gaol of the project is to reduce climate change impacts and increase capacity of communities to adaption to climate change hazards through raising awareness on climate change impacts and improve livelihoods of communities. Specific objectives are as follows: Objective 1: to improve income of 290 families through effective use and better management of irrigation systems for increasing rice production, and crop diversification by early2012. Objective 2: to build the adaptive capacity of communities, CBOs, NGOs and Commune council on climate change issues by getting them involved in activities (individual and community) such as tree planting , water use management and diversify crops/integrated farming and cooperate with commune facilitator and district focal point to facilitate communities to participate in Commune Development Planning (CDP) and Commune Investment Planning (CIP) Objective 3: to promote alternative livelihood of vulnerable groups to get services and capital from seed bank and cow bank in five villages of two commune Objective 4: to share good practice and lesson learnt of project results to policy maker and other communities 1.3 Outcomes Outcome 1.1: Communities have better access to water for farming and be able to increase their rice yield by 30% in the first year after rehabilitation of one natural pond and reconstruction of one dam that can irrigate 460 hectares of rainy season rice fields and 30 hectares in dry season rice fields. Outcome 1.2: Water User Groups committees and Pond/Lake management Committee are organized and are able to manage existing irrigation systems and natural pond/lakes sustainably for agricultural production and communities welfare/consumption. Outcome 2.1: 450 Communities members, 300 School teachers and student and related project stakeholders aware about climate change impacts and be able to work together in response to climate change through participating in forest resource management and the results and activities are integrated into Commune Investment Planning. Outcome 3.1: Farmers in five villages improve livelihoods through 25 cow banks and seed banks and they are able to ownership Outcome 4.1: Stakeholders re-consider climate change adaptation approaches through project s results and integrated into national policies. Outcome 4.2: Vulnerable groups in the province have opportunity to learn from results of project activities through knowledge management related to good practice and lessons learnt involving climate change adaptation approach. 1.4 Outputs and activities Output 1.1.1: Finished rehabilitation of a high quality, functional dam (Length 60 meters, width (top width 12 meters and bottom width 32 meters) and height 3meters (Height average) will benefit two villages Ktum and TrapeangVeng in total 170 families and irrigate 460 hectares of rainy season rice field and 30 hectares of dry season rice fields). Activities Dam rehabilitation technical visit and CDA will cooperate with PDOWRAM and local authorities to get approval for dam rehabilitation. Conduct meeting with community
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