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Tonle Sap Sustainable Livelihoods Project
and
Tonle Sap Poverty Reduction and Smallholders
Development
Food Security Forum, 41st Session,
on 23rd March 2010 from 8.30 am
General Background
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Agriculture and natural resources sector is identified as a
driving force for future accelerated economic growth
Agriculture and natural resources sector development
need to be smallholder driven for sustained growth and
poverty reduction
Accelerated growth of ANR sector with poverty reduction
need to be conceptualized and operationalized within an
integrated rural development framework with focus on
productivity growth, diversification and commercialization
Within Cambodia Tonle Sap basin provinces remain
saddled with population and poverty concentration and
natural resource degradation
ADB/IFAD/GOF TS_PRSDP
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Tonle Sap Sustainable Livelihoods
Project (TSSLP)
Background
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Effective date is 19 June 2006
Completion date is 31 Dec 2010
Objective is to improve livelihoods by
increasing access to assets in the 37
target communes
Total Cost of Project = 20.3 Million
 ADB Grant:
 Government of Finland:
 Government of Cambodia:
$15.00 million
$ 4.7 million
$ 0.6 million
Project target areas:
- 5 Provinces ( KCH, PUR, BAT, SRP and KPT)
- 37 Communes
- 316 Villages
Oddar Mean Chey
Banteay Meanchey
Siem Reab
Tonle Sap
Baat Dambang
Pousaat
Kampong Chhnang
Kaong Speue
Phnom Penh
Pey Veaeng
Kaoh Kong
Kandaal
Kampot
Krong Preah Sihanouk
Krong Kaeb
Takeo
Svaay Rieng
Implementation arrangement
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Project Steering committee: CARD
Executive Agency (EA): Momenting Agencies (IAs):
 Component 1: Community Driven Development (MoI)
 Component 2: Core Areas Safeguarded (cancelled in
July 2009)
 Component 3: Skills and Awareness for Sustainable
Livelihoods including:
 3-A Coordination for community driven devt. (CARD)
 3-B Skills based for community driven devt. (MoI)
 3-C Education for protection of NRM (MoE)
Overall progress
As of March 2010 The Project is
estimated to have achieved a
combined physical progress of over
76%. The financial progress is about
75% against an elapsed grant period
of 80%.
Physical Progress of Component 1
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Overall allocation for CLF is $12.2 million
The Social Infrastructure through 208
subprojects (>$5 million):
 Road (laterite & earth): 225 km, 78 culverts,
107m of bridges;
 Water supply ( consumption and irrigation):, 48
deep wells, 5,384 water filters, 12 water filtration
stations, 7 ponds, reservoirs, 5km of canal..
 Education: 48 classroom, 4 teachers houses
 Construction: 29 CFi offices, markets, solar panel
installation for health centers Public Latrines etc
AND there are still lot of works on-going
 Under construction: 16 CC offices, solar panel
installation for 34 CC offices ….
Physical Progress of Component 1(cont.,)
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The Income Generating through 705 subprojects
(>$3.7 million)
• Livestock raising: total 5,590 piglets; 32,714
chickens; 1,467 cow/buffaloes provided to the
selected poor households
• Fish/eel raising: fish or eel raising in ponds or
cages – distributed exceeding 14,085
fingerlings; 12,700kg of eel fingerlings
• Set up micro-credit system (51 projects), fish
processing/sauce production, vocational skill
training, vegetable, fruits production etc
Physical Progress of Component 1(cont.,)
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The Community Fishery Support through
188 subprojects (>$0.9 million):
 Providing patrolling boats: 153 boats
 Providing patrolling equipment: 99 sets
 Fisheries post construct: 4 observation
towers
 Flooded forest replanting: 20ha
 Fish sanctuary renovation: 21ha
Financial Progress
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Total CLF is 12.2 million USD.
Fund is allocated to 37 target
communes for 2 years of
implementation (2008 and 2009).
The total CLF that has been transferred
to target communes up to date is 7
million USD, which accounts for 60%
of the total allocation
Component 3: Skills and Awareness for Sustainable
Livelihoods are Built
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3-A: Coordination for community driven
development (CARD)
3-B: Skills based for community driven
development (MoI)
3-C: Education for protection of natural
resources (MoE/L&L)
3-A: Coordination for community driven
development (CARD)
 CARD mandate and structure amended and
institutional strategy drafted
 Work Plan for 2009 formulated
 National Forum on Social Safety nets in Cambodia
organized by CARD (July 2009)
 Oversight role of CARD agreed in Royal Decree
(quarterly Council meetings and monthly Executive
Committee meeting) and implementation started.
 Policy support modalities agreed and CARD Staff
nominated to participate in 12 TWGs - and RGC Private Sector Forum and its Working Groups.
 Information & Knowledge Management scoping
study on A&RD is commencing
3-B: Skills based for community driven
development
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Awareness raising seminars were conducted in
each province during 2007 to introduce the project
to local stakeholders.
Capacity building training has been provided to
CLFTs and CFs to improve project implementation.
CCs have been trained in 2008 and 2009 on the
CLF guidelines and have received regular on-thejob coaching from CLFTs, CFs and CDSs.
POGs have received regular on-the-job coaching
from CLFTs, CFs and TA team as well as through
training provided by the Service Providers.
3-C: Education for protection of natural resources
 Conducted one training course (4 days) for MTTs with 16
participants and provided training postures and seven
lesson plans for their training activities.
 Provided five training courses to the CLFT and CF on the
advantages of the environment and environment principles
attended by 146 officers
 Conducted one training course (4 days) for mobile team
trainers with 16 participants
 Published sixty-page books on environmental awareness
 Implemented the contest to promote green environment
on the floating villages
 Training has been provided to community fisheries and
villagers on environment protection.
Project Contacts
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Project Director: Administration, Ministry of
Interior; Email: [email protected]
Project Manager: Mr. Yin Malyna, Director of the
General Department of Local Administration,
Ministry of Interior; Email:[email protected]
ADB: HEM Chanthou, Project Implementation
officer, Email: [email protected]
Tonle Sap Poverty Reduction and Smallholders
Development Project (TS_PRSDP)
Tonle Sap Poverty Reduction and Smallholder Development
Project (TS_PRSDP)
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ADB Board Approved: 08 December 2009
Signed
 ADB and RGC: 27 December 2009
 IFAD and RGC: 15 February 2010
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Effective date: Soon (March 2010?)
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Project Completion date: 31 August 2017
Total Cost of Project = $55.3 M (G=72%, L 18%, RGC = 10%)
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ADB:
$30.70 M ($27.3 M as grn & $3.4 as loan)
IFAD:
$ 13.38 M (50% loan, 50% grant)
Government of Finland: $ 5.75 M (tbc)
Government of Cambodia: $ 5.45 M
TS_PRSDP Project framework
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Impact : to improve the livelihoods of approximately
630,000 households in four provinces (BMC, SRP,
KTM, KMC)
Outcome: increased agricultural productivity and
improved access to markets within the project areas.
Components
1. Commune Development (a. infrastructure; b.
Financial Services; c. Agriculture productivity and
diversification; d. access to agricultural information;
and e. market data)
2. Improving Agricultural Policy Environment
3. Effective Project Management
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Project target areas:
- 4 Provinces ( BMC, SRP, KTM, KCM)
- 196 Communes
(This map is used only for the presentation purpose)
Banteay Meanchey
Siem Reap
Kampong Thom
Kampong Cham
Implementation arrangement
 Project Steering committee: CARD
 Executive Agency (EA): MAFF
 Implementing Agencies (IAs):
• Component 1: Community Development module (NCDDS, MAFF,
NIDA)
 NCDDS: Social infrastructure and community mobilization
(finance)
 MAFF: Agriculture productivity and diversification
 NIDA: For market information and market data (IT related)
• Component 2: Agricultural Policy Environment (MAFF)
•Component 3: Project Management (By all)
Thank you
For further questions please contact
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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Smallholder Project
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