Community Based Integrated Natural Resources management for Livelihood Improvement

Completed
Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector Icon Other Sector Icon
Provincial
January 6, 2010
May 1, 2012
USD 53,706
Eri Kudo
Project / Program Manager
Email: eri.kudo@wfp.org

Project Information

The project envisioned that it would have achieved by 2012 the following:

  • Establishment of an 88 ha community fish sanctuary (fish refugee) that is registered and legally recognized by the cantonment of fishery authority and is sustainably managed by the community
  • Creation of a sub-committee on community eco-tourism (comprised of 5 members) with the capacity to manage community eco-tourism and that can directly benefit at least 50 families through the provision of eco-tourism services
  • Creation of a community forestry committee with 3- 11 members, 3 of whom are women with the capacity to plan and implement community forest management (99 ha) in a sustainable way and legally recognized by cantonment of forestry authority of Siem Reap;
  • Increase in income of up to 320 USD a year of 4- 100 families from the community forest members by practicing family-based fish farming and reducing their reliance on natural fishes and tree cutting.

Project Locations

Siem Reap

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