Completed Projects

1. Project: Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy (LLS)

Objective(s): LLS is working with the poorest groups in target communities within Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary (PKWS) in Koh Kong Province. The work is focusing on sustainable fisheries, eco-tourism, mangrove restoration and securing use rights for local communities.

 

Duration: April, 2007 - 30 June 2011
Donor(s): DGIS ($348,000)

 

Contact person:

  • Mr. Kong Kimsreng - Senior Programme Officer (kimsreng.kong@iucn.org)
  • Mr. Sun Kong - Field Coordinator(kong.sun@iucn.org)

 

Partner(s): GDANCP/MoE, FiA
Project site(s): Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary (PKWS), Koh Kong Province
Key achievement(s): PKWS zoning sub-degree has been approved by Prime Minister, PKWS zoning report, Mangrove of Cambodia (Khmer version) etc…

2. Project: Scaling Up Voices for Influencing post - 2012 Climate Regime (The Forest Dialogue “TFD”)

Objective(s): Under the scope of this project, IUCN and the Forest Dialogue (“TFD”) organized the Fifth Dialogue on REDD Readiness, held on 1-4 November 2010 in Siem Reap and Odar Meanchey, Cambodia. The project ended as planned on 15 January 2011.


Duration: 13 September 2010 to 15 January 2011
Donor(s): NORAD ($70,600)

Contact person:

  • Mr. Kong Kimsreng - Senior Programme Officer(kimsreng.kong@iucn.org)
  • Mss. Xiaoting Hou, Programme Manasger (TFD)

Partner(s): TFD & IUCN US Office

Key achievement(s): Country Report: Communities must see the plus in REDD+ ... REDD+ demonstration projects are providing important lessons for a REDD+ framework in Cambodia that works for communities.
REDD+ demonstration projects are providing important lessons for a REDD+ framework in Cambodia that works for communities
Communities must see the plus in REDD+
REDD+ demonstration projects are providing important lessons for a REDD+ framework in Cambodia that works for communities

3. Project: Supporting REDD Implementation in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia Through the Design of a REDD-compliant Benefit Distribution System

Objective(s): The objective of the project is the delivery of “Support to the successful implementation of future REDD initiatives in Cambodia

 

Duration: Dec 2009 - 31 March 2010 ($ 10,000)
Donor(s): Swedish Environmental Secretariat for Asia (SENSA)

Contact person:

  • Mr. Kong Kimsreng - Senior Programme Officer(kimsreng.kong@iucn.org)
  • Dr. Robert Mather - Head, Southeast Asia Group

Partner(s): MoE and MAFF

Key achievement(s): The project report is available

4. Project: Safeguarding Biodiversity for Poverty Reduction Project (SBPRP)

Objective(s): SBPRP is working with the poorest groups in target communities within Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary (PKWS) in Koh Kong Province. The work is focusing on sustainable fisheries, Eco-tourism, mangrove restoration and securing use rights for local communities.

 

Duration: July, 2006 - 31 December 2007
Donor(s): Core Environment Programme, ADB ($ 95,000)

Contact person:

  • Mr. Net Neath, Project Coordinator
  • Mr. Kong Kimsreng, Project Officer(kimsreng.kong@iucn.org)

Partner(s): Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary (PKWS), Koh Kong Province

Key achievement(s): Guide book for community protected areas at PKWS and SBPRP report

5. Project: Darwin Initiative Project: “Strengthening pro-poor wetland conservation using integrated biodiversity and livelihood assessment” – Cambodia Component

Objective(s): To collaborate on implementing the Regional Coordination Component of the Darwin Initiative Project: “Strengthening pro-poor wetland conservation using integrated biodiversity and livelihood assessment

 

Duration: Oct 2005 - 31 December 2008
Donor(s): DIFID - UK ($97,000)

Contact person(s):

  • Mr. Kong Kimsreng - Senior Programme Officer(kimsreng.kong@iucn.org)
  • Mr. David Allen - Project Officer - FBU - IUCN UK

Partner(s): GDANCP/MoE and FBU - SSC
Project site(s) Stung Treng Province

Key achievement(s): Issued Policiy brieft # 1 and policy brieft#2 and Publication of Integrating people in conservation planning: An integrated assessment of the biodiversity, livelihood and economic implications of the proposed special management zones in the Stung Treng Ramsar Site, Cambodia

6. Project: Mekong Wetlands Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Used Programe

Objective(s): The programme aims to strengthen the capacity of organizations and people to develop sustainable livelihoods and manage wetland biodiversity resources wisely.

 

Duration: July 2004 - 31 Dec 2006 ($2,388,500)
Donor(s): GEF / MRC / UNDP

Contact person:

  • Mr. Sok Vong, National Programme Coordinator
  • Mr. Pech Darong, Co-Manager

Partner(s): MoE, MRC and UNDP
Project site(s) Stung Treng Province

Key achievement(s): A serial of publications has been produced such as: Situation Analysis, Stung Treng and An assessment of the biodiversity conservation significance of the Mekong Ramsar site, Stung Treng, Cambodia (See website: www.mekongwetlands.org)

7. Project: Cambodia Water Wetlands Policy Project

Objective(s): The project is supported the formation of mufti-stakeholder groups and partnership development that aim to link policy analysis with local and national experience through the add-on of the past and ongoing efforts. Mufti-stakeholder groups and or partners will undertake a ‘water and wetlands relevant’ sectoral consultative policy and contextual review and provide recommendations for policy change. This review will specifically focus on identifying and removing sectoral and cross-cutting barriers to the successful implementation of public policy designed to achieve both biodiversity conservation and the sustainable use of Cambodia’s waters and wetlands. Additionally throughout the partnership, the strategic mechanism and coordination for the wetlands management will be also incorporated for action plan.

 

Duration: 2005 - 31 Mar 2007
Donor(s): TRAC Fund, UNDP ($120,000)

Contact person:

  • Mr. Sok Vong, National Programme Coordinator
  • Mr. Sum Touch, Finance and Administrative Officer

Partner(s): MoE, MAFF, MOWRAM and CNMC
Project site(s) At National level
Key achievement(s): Publication of National wetlands Action Plan (Khmer) and a serial of papers

8. Project: Farmland Biodiversity: Sustainable Agriculture Farmland

Objective(s): The overall goal is to generate greater awareness and action for farmland biodiversity issue in Cambodia, using Thai expertise as a foundation.

 

Duration: 2005 - 31 Mar 2007
Donor(s): TRAC Fund, UNDP ($120,000)

Contact person:

  • Mr. Sok Vong, National Programme Coordinator
  • Mr. Sum Touch, Finance and Administrative Officer

Partner(s): MoE, MAFF, MOWRAM and CNMC
Project site(s) At National level
Key achievement(s): Publication of National wetlands Action Plan (Khmer) and a serial of papers

9. Project: FLOW – The Essentials of Environmental Flows

Objective(s): The FLOW Translation into Khmer language has engaged a number of stakeholders and has been successfully completed. The Khmer FLOW aims to achieve wider recognition of environmental flows concepts and approaches among state and non-state actors through lively discussions and debates

 

Duration: 2005 - 2006 ($10,000)
Donor(s): WANI

Contact person(s):

  • Mr. Mao Kosal, Liaison Officer
  • Mr. Sum Touch, Finance and Administrative Officer

Partner(s): Form expert as editorial teams
Project site(s) In house

Key achievement(s): Publication of KHMER FLOW – The Essentials of Environmental Flows (Khmer Version)

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