According to the bank's documents, the project objective is "To improve the incomes of indigenous people (IP) in the project areas in the provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, through the implementation of innovative rural livelihoods development programs, including farming, off-farm and non-farm activities”. These communities are also beneficiaries of the LASED III project."
The proposed project has three components "(i) Livelihood support through innovative farming practices and technical training; (ii) Improving Producer Links to Market and Horticulture Support Services; and (iii) Project Management and Administration, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Knowledge Dissemination"
Japan Social Development Fund US$ 2.75
Mudita Chamroeun, Senior Rural Development Specialist
Telephone No:5721+1316 / 855-23-261316
Borrower:Analyzing Development Issues Centre (ADIC)
Implementing Agency:Analyzing Development Issues Centre (ADIC)
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