According to bank documents, the project development objective is to help improve target beneficiaries' access to agriculture resources and selected infrastructure and social services in project communities. This would be done through (i) "Social Land Concession and Indigenous Communal Land Titling Investment Planning and Prioritization", (ii) infrastructure development such as rural roads and small-scale irrigation systems, school buildings, etc., and (iii) "Agriculture and Livelihood Development" in the form of support services and technical assistance to climate-change resilient agricultural production systems.
Senior Rural Development Specialist
Ministry of Land Management Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC)
Dr. Doma DOK
Deputy Director General, GDH, and Project Director of LASED
Mr. Monine SAMENG KEO
Deputy Director General, GDA and Project Manager, LASED II
Mr. Ma On Nath MA ONN
LASED II Project Coordinator
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