Contract no. 06cam-4604-07at-1133
Association for Agricultural
CAMFAD’S PROJECT PROPOSAL
Agriterra, The Netherland
PROJECT NO: 06cam-9904
PROJECT TITLE: CAMFAD Rural Food Security Program
PROJECT AREA: SVAY RIENG Province
PROJECT DURATION: Jan 2007 to Dec 2007 (Yr 1)
NAME OF ORGANIZATION: Cambodian Farmers’ Association for
BUDGET REQUESTED Yr. 1: US$ 50,919
TOTAL BUDGET REQUESTED: US$ 50,919
DATE OF RESUBMISSION: 04 August, 2006
CONTACT PERSON: MR. SOTHA SOK
POSITION: GENERAL MANAGER
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1. Project Title:
CAMFAD Rural Food Security Program in Four Communes of Two Districts in Svay Rieng
province, Cambodia from Jan 2007 to Dec 2008.
2.1. Lead Proponent: CAMFAD.svr
(Please see annex 6.3-CAMFAD’s profile).
2.2. Collaborating organizations:
CAMFAD has collaborated with the relevant institutions such as:
The public agencies: the Department of Agriculture (DA), Provincial Department of
Rural Development (PDRD), Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF).
NGOs such as IFAP (#60, Rue. Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris, France, Tel: + 33-1-4526
0553, Fax: +33-1- 48747212, website: www.ifap.org, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), KADRA,
KADSAP, BCDC, UNICEF, World Food Program (WFP), Partnership For Development
(PFD), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), JLMM, FBF, Cooperation
International Pour le Development et la Solidarirte, Church World Service (CWS: #229,
St.51, Sang Kart Boeng Keng Kong I, Khan Cham Ka Mon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia,
Tel/Fax: (855) 217 786/ 213 438/ 216 014, E-mail: email@example.com),
Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC: # 9-11, St. 476, Sangkat Toul Tum Pong I,
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, PO Box: 885, Tel: (855) 23 214 152/ 216 009/ 12 753 561, E-
mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ccc-cambodia.org).
CAMFAD (Cambodian Farmers’ Association for Agricultural Development) is a non
governmental organization working for integrated community development to alleviate
the poverty of Cambodian people, which doesn’t work for any political parties and
help/facilitate the wealth-fare of human beings in communities through the economic
development/ education/ health and social culture/ non-profit and non-personal benefit.
Its aim is to access to a social development without hunger, insufficiency of food and
CAMFAD found in 1992 by the Cambodian retired groups and volunteer workers and
recognized by the Ministry of Interior on 17 February 1995.
Cambodian Farmers’ Association for Agricultural Development (CAMFAD.svr) is a
non- profit and non-governmental organization working to develop rural community in
Cambodia through activities that promote sustainable food security for farmers in the
CAMFAD works to improve human’s well-being through development of rural
economy, agriculture, microfinance activities, education and capacity building, health
education, advocacy without any form of discrimination.
CAMFAD wishes to see the whole society developed and the people live without hunger
and illiteracy. CAMFAD works to contribute its efforts to alleviate poverty and enhance
human capacity so that they can improve their livelihood in a sustainable manner.
CAMFAD’s main objective is to promote quality and living-standard of citizens,
especially those who are the most vulnerable farmers live in the rural areas to get access
to the basic needs, food security and welfare in a sustainable manner.
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CAMFAD has the cleared Symbols and Colors as explained below: for more information
please see annex 6.3-CAMFAD’s profile.
The logo’s shape of CAMFAD is circled with the pictures inside that symbolize the
1- Farm, mountain and palm trees represent the natural resource.
2- Sugarcane and rice bearing covered by cloth represent agricultural outputs.
3- Resin tree, tractor, irrigation systems, water gate and embankment with the square
shape represent agro-industry.
The mission of CAMFAD is:
1- Building and Strengthening the Capacity and Ability to the Local communities.
2- Implementation of the community development programs focusing on the
participation from all levels of people and good cooperation with the local
3- Strengthening the Civil Society, Leading the communities in the framework of
standing in Social Justice, Equity and Mutual autonomy.
CAMFAD’s goal is to assist and help all people in the rural areas, particularly the
poorest and most vulnerable people in order to encourage them access to the Food
security and land use through the income generation program, Agricultural product
program, Education (Human Resource Development), Health and creating small business
CAMFAD Objectives are:
1- People in the communities will change and improve their standard of living.
2- People in the communities have a Solidarity and respect the Rights of each other.
3- People in the communities receive power and Self Security with Democracy.
CAMFAD Duty is:
1- Communicate/ cooperate with the related governmental institutions and other
Associations/ NGOs/ donors in order to implement the effective work.
2- Communicate/ cooperate and seek for donors to support the activities of
community’s development with good processes and lead to govern their own
communities in the future.
CAMFAD Budget Sources:
CAMFAD is able to receive budget/ equipments/ consciousness donation from
National and International NGOs/ Charity, donors and or the Governments.
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3. Project Description
The aim of this project is to improve the farmers’ living standard and to joint Cambodian
government policy of poverty reduction, especially in the 40 villages of the four
communes (Thlork, Portireach, Svay Ta Yean and Thnot communes) of the two districts
(Svay Chrum and Kampong Ro) in Svay Rieng province (Near the border of Viet Nam)
through the agro-ecology and other sustainable farming practices and linking farmers to
markets and support to small agro-enterprises. The villagers are inhabited by socio-
economically vulnerable people including the widows with many children in the
household, Amputees/ Handicap people, elderly people. The communes were selected
after CAMFAD.svr extensive participatory research (EPR) in December 2004 and it was
indicated that there was the most in needs of assistance.
Due to the low capacity of farmers on cultivation/ horticulture, low productivity of
agriculture, many issues of crops cultivation, many issues on animals raising and lack of
transforming process techniques of agricultural products and the marketing information
that led the farmers’ benefit from their agriculture to be least and their living standard to
be poor in a long period ago. CAMFAD.svr is a Cambodian non-governmental
organization, working in collaboration with other development agencies in Svay Rieng
on the improvement of farmers’ living standard and step by step access to the food
security and marketing activities.
The component of this project have therefore been carefully selected to ensure that
physically less able households and those with the limited background of the appropriate
technology of agricultural improvement may participate fully in all project’s activities.
The proposal seeks to maximize household production capacity regardless of physical
strength. Due to the social and physical limitation within beneficiary/ members and or
households, this proposal will be pursuing work such as rice cultivation, which
necessitates sustained inputs of traction or physical stamina. The ownership of the
livestock is a luxurious activity for farmers’ households’ income generation.
CAMFAD is aware that within Cambodia, however the political situation has improved
quickly but the living standard of the farmers at the rural areas still being poor and
difficult to change it as quickly as the flexibility of political manner for example amongst
the four target areas, Thnot is the commune where farmers still migrate from their areas
to beg in Vietnam every year because of the poverty and lack of knowledge. Regarding
to the experiences for long period ago of working in the rural communities in Svay Rieng
CAMFAD has known that working with farmers in this province is more potential for
the agricultural improvement because most farmers have their own homeland and rice
land, their traditional family income generation is mostly derived from cultivation, they
are enthusiastic to the agricultural activities and the security is consistent with the
movable roads that the agricultural products can be accessed to the markets. In view of
these possibilities, CAMFAD will ensure that this proposal emphasis on training, which
can be easily transferred to the farmers and they can benefit from their training as quick
as possible and do hope that the project will therefore be self targeting enabling
permanent settlers to invest time and resources into their current land plots in order to
improve their living standard.
The projects have been formulated after the intensive research carried out by CAMFAD
staff identified the following rural communities’ needs and constraints.
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3.2. Problem Statement, highlighting the (sub) regional priority issue to be addressed
by the proposed project:
After the intensive research of CAMFAD in December 2004 and the restudy in July
2006 problems are still increasing, so CAMFAD has identified problems as follows:
1- Lack of appropriate knowledge of agricultural techniques and resources management.
2- Lack of seeds of high yield and high quality of nutritious intake.
3- Lack of good breed stock and high mortality rate.
4- Agricultural households being insufficient food in normal production years and led
the farmers to meet the long hunger gape period.
5- Household production dictated by the impact of seasonal adversities.
6- Lack of appropriate techniques of agricultural products transforming process.
7- Lack of market information and calendar of agricultural products justification.
NB. For the first year CAMFAD will conduct as scheduled in the project implementation for the
first year period, even the budget support is limitted but CAMFAD still try its best to
overcome the difficulties in order to achieve the purposes of rural development and access
to the poverty reduction and CAMFAD will endeavor to seek for the next year support
from donor agencies.
3.3. Project’s value added and contribution to the sustainable development
In order to achieve to CAMFAD objectives successfully, CAMFAD has identified the
specific problems at the target areas and harmonize it with the themes of references of
donor and prepared the clear management and implementation strategies that will be
described as follows:
1- Recruited the specific staffs, which fulfill to the specific requirement fields of the
project with transparency and accountability.
2- Orientation of CAMFAD staff on the vision; mission; goal; objectives and duties of
CAMFAD in order to enable them to understand clearly and implement the project’s
activities on the right tract.
3- Strengthened the appropriate capacity of the CAMFAD staff especially for the staff
in the team of Livestock and Crop Productions.
4- Strengthened the capacity of CAMFAD beneficiaries in terms of theoretical,
practices and demonstrations for each activity. Further, CAMFAD also provided the
cash and in-kinds of start up inputs if the budget is available to those beneficiaries
either. For instance, the crop beneficiaries received such as fruit tree; high yield of
rice varieties seeds and good vegetable seeds with high nutritious intake and for the
livestock beneficiaries also received such as the good chicken stock, good fingerling
stock and good piglets stock as in-kind start up inputs and for the gender women
group also received the cash start up inputs in order them can support their small
scale of agro-enterprise activities in the next year if CAMFAD can seek fund support
from the donor agencies for the next phase.
5- In order to develop/exchange the works experience of the beneficiaries, CAMFAD
organized the study tours between communes to communes. When they get back
from the study tour they do the presentation of the good work experience, which
gathered from the other communes to their villagers. Further, CAMFAD also
organized the study tour for the selected beneficiaries from each target commune to
other out side of the province too, this might be with FNN-CDAC.
6- After the capacity building to beneficiaries and after their activities have been done
properly from year one, in the second year of program CAMFAD organized those
beneficiaries into four beneficiaries groups and these groups will be formed as VFA
in the third year if CAMFAD can find fund support to the project.
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7- To be long term sustainable of the project activities, CAMFAD worked in
cooperation closely with the department of agriculture (DA) such as the staffs
recruitment of CAMFAD previously considered on the staff from DA and the
cooperation with DA on the vaccination campaign.
8- CAMFAD used the budget expenses for all project’s activities with the restricted and
carefully of CAMFAD policy and as mentioned in the by-laws.
9- In order to verify that whether the project activities have been implemented properly
as mentioned in schedule and indicators, CAMFAD has prepared a monthly
monitoring of activities and also the monthly; quarterly, semester and annual report
and end of project report to submit to all relevant institutions. Further, CAMFAD
also facilitated with all foreign relevant visit to the program too.
10- To be sure that the project has implemented the activities accurately and on the right
tract as the schedule and indicators and the policy, CAMFAD organized the internal
and external mid term and full term of evaluation.
11- Flag and or logo of donors will be put on the vehicles, development areas, and others.
12- At the end of the project, CAMFAD would seek for other fund supports from the
other donor agencies for the next phase base on the needs of rural farmers.
The aim of this project is to contribute the poverty alleviation towards the food security
in the 40 villages through diversifying agro-ecology and other sustainable farming
practices and linking farmers to the market and support small scale agro-enterprises of
gender group by the good governance of the decentralization and co-decentralization
management and strategies on all CAMFAD activities with the sustainable rural
All project components are mutual beneficial to each other in order to increase the
agricultural production and livestock production through the training in incorporation
appropriate techniques. The increasing agricultural productions will increase or stabilize
the real incomes generation and food consumption.
1- Provide training and relevant facilities to increase appropriate techniques of
agricultural production; livestock production; aquaculture production and food
2- Diversifying income generation, food entitlements and minimize the hunger gape
3- Strengthening the livelihoods of vulnerable households.
The specific objectives and services provided.
1- Increase the agricultural outputs and income generation through seeds, breed stocks
distribution and cash provisions and training in improved / appropriate agricultural;
livestock and aquaculture practices especially the support to the gender group on
2- Broaden household incomes portfolios by enabling access to livestock and training in
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3- Increase the quality and capacity of market activities by doing the market agricultural
productivities assessment for every month and justifying the beneficiaries’
agricultural activities to fit to the market demands to be in time of market
4- Create the rural markets for farmers’ products.
3.5. Key Activities (including capacity building, information management)
In response to the above problems and to reach to the CAMFAD objectives, this project
proposal will cover the keys activities as follows:
The key activities:
1- Provide training of appropriate agricultural techniques of sustainable management;
with mainstreaming of gender and natural resources and environment especially on
the activities of fruit tree production, multi-purpose tree, seasonal rice production,
household vegetable production and the appropriate agricultural products processing
techniques for the income generation and improve the nutritious intake.
2- Provide training of appropriate livestock production of sustainable management; with
mainstreaming of gender and natural resources and environment especially on the
activities of pigs’ production, chicken production, cattle/buffalo production, animal
health-care and fish production for the income generation.
3- Providing of cash as the start up inputs to the gender group on supporting to the small
scale of agro-enterprises activities.
4- Support the marketing information and calendar of agricultural production
justification to the target beneficiaries.
5- Subsidized distribution of seeds sales of selected hardy and highly nutritious
vegetables as the start up inputs.
6- Subsidized distribution of piglets, chicken, fingerlings with the good breed as the
start up inputs.
7- Conducted the animal vaccination campaign in the province.
8- Organized the study tour inside and outside of the province to the beneficiaries.
9- Organized the reflection workshop, which amalgamates between the direct
beneficiaries and indirect beneficiaries (member and non member).
The information management of the CAMFAD will be as follows:
1- CAMFAD used the budget expenses for all project’s activities with the restricted and
carefully as CAMFAD internal regulation and policy as mentioned in the by-laws
with the responsible bill.
2- In the first CAMFAD will have:
Project manager (1)
Project coordinator (1)
Agriculture manager (1)
Senior CDF (1)
CDF agriculture capacity building (1)
Admin and financial assistant (1)
Livestock trainer (1)
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3- The staff of this project wrote monthly, quarterly, semester, annual reports and end of
project report and submit to other relevant institutions as required.
4- In term of the partnership for development strengthening, CAMFAD participated
with local meeting or NGOs forum, existing NGOs network in every month as the
5- In order to promote the activities of gender participation in the program, CAMFAD
promoted the ladies up to 60% to participate in all CAMFAD activities.
6- To be sure that this project proposal can meet the agro-ecology on the sustainable
farming practices, which linking farmers to the market and support to the small-
medium agro-enterprises activities on the right tract as of the mentioned indicators
and the project concentrated on mainstreaming of gender and natural resources and
environment on all project’s activities CAMFAD organized the monthly monitoring,
mid term of evaluation, internal and external project final evaluation.
3.6. Project outputs
3.6.1. Expected Outputs and Milestones
The expected out puts from this project proposal is as follows:
1- All training will ensure the capacity of the beneficiaries to maximize their
agricultural products and increase their family income generation with the
appropriate technologies of agriculture.
2- CAMFAD will buy 200 piglets and 800 chickens to subsidized distribution to
the 200 households of livestock beneficiaries. Further, amongst 200 households
of livestock beneficiaries will at least 30 households received 100 good
fingerlings stock of Tylapia per household
3- 200 beneficiaries’ livelihoods and the hunger gape period in the 40 villages in
these target two districts will be improved through diversifying crops, livestock
and aquaculture farming practices with the local sustainable management with
mainstreaming of gender and natural resources and environmental management
by good governance; the decentralization and co-decentralization management.
Further, they can understand the clear concepts of linkages between agricultural
program calendars justification of their cropping and livestock of the marketing
demands with the high price of their each product supplying to the markets.
4- A 100 women group amongst the 200 beneficiaries, which mentioned above
also improved their livelihoods through the supporting on agricultural products
processing as the small scale agro-enterprises activities.
5- These 200 beneficiaries of the first year and 100 beneficiaries of both crops and
livestock production in the second year will have a study tour inside of the
district and other 16 selected beneficiaries of both crop and livestock
productions have a study tour to out side the province.
6- 200 beneficiaries of both productions will understand the concepts of marketing
price assessment and knew on how to produce the agricultural products to fit the
market demands to be in time.
7- At least 600 households in both of direct beneficiaries and indirect beneficiaries
received the animal health-care through the vaccination campaign of three
different species for each year of the program.
8- The mainstreaming of gender and natural resources and environmental
management in these two target districts have been concentrated and promoted
by this project activities.
9- 6 CAMFAD staffs have been strengthened their capacity such as the training of
each specific appropriate technical skills, capacity on the animals production
and crops production facilitation skills, Rural community development
concepts, Monitoring and Evaluation skills, Project proposal skills.
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Therefore, these are the expected outputs and milestones of CAMFAD during
the four year period of the project that led the people living standard to be
improved toward to the food security especially for these four target communes.
3.6.2. Prospective (sub) regional benefit
After the intervention, CAMFAD does hope that these 200 beneficiaries’
households, which lived in the target 40 villages of four communes of these two
districts will have prospective benefit by different specific categories but some
part of the households of these 200 beneficiaries can benefit in both terms of
livestock and crops production. Further, the households’ income generation will
be increased, the nutritious food intake quality will be improved and the hunger
gape period will be reduced.
The most prospective benefit for these 200 beneficiaries is the capacity building
on the appropriate technologies of livestock and agro-ecology on the sustainable
farming practices and the linking farmers to market and support to small-medium
scale of agro-enterprises that could be the long term prospective sustainable
management with mainstreaming of gender and natural resources and
environmental management of the good governance by the decentralization and
CAMFAD estimated that the project components will continue after the project
has finished as households imitate successful participants.
This project proposal also promoted to CAMFAD to continue its activities and
strengthened the collaboration between CAMFAD to the other IFAP membership
organizations around the world on different regions meeting and will access to
learn from those technologies and experience to disseminate in Cambodia as
3.6.3. Potential for results utilization, scaling-up and/or commercialization
For this project proposal, CAMFAD does hope that CAMFAD has more potential
to achieve the project’s outputs that will be described as follows:
1- Political sustainability: from the second mandate of the national assembly
election in Cambodia in the year 2003 on wards CAMFAD has observed that
the political situation look consistent that the development activities could be
activated in order to rescue the people living standard especially in the rural
2- Economic sustainability: CAMFAD has observed that however, the political
situation has been consistent but the economic situation still be inconsistent
because the living standard of the people have very different between the capital
city and the rural areas especially the remote areas such as the agricultural
products was low, there are less intervention from the government, lot of people
are unemployed, illiterate, and even beggars most of them were not able to
finish from the primary school, and house leaving has increased from year to
year notably. Further, CAMFAD has the good human resource by recruiting of
the Cambodian qualified specialists to work. People in the those selected
communities look enthusiastic and warmly collaborated. That’s why CAMFAD
does hope that CAMFAD can succeed on the intervention of this project toward
the food security with good governance, decentralization and co
decentralization management to alleviate the poverty in Cambodia.
3- Social sustainability:
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After the communes’ council member election in Cambodia in 2002, CAMFAD
had observed that the social activities more improved much better such as the
health care, education, culture...etc especially the structural management of the
At the commune level, there are the communes’ council members (CCs),
Planning and Budget Committee members (PBC) and Village Development
Committee members (VDC) and village chiefs which is coming from different
political parties and working together with peaceful to assist or support on all
development activities in their respective commune, CAMFAD will work
closely with these local authorities.
4- Socio-cultural sustainability:
This project will enhance agricultural production and management techniques
which will provide sustainable socio-economic benefits to the areas. Project
activities are gender and NREM sensitive allowing benefits to be evenly shared
by household members. The project is particularly appropriate for the social
make up of Svay Rieng province. Cambodian norms and value dictate that pigs,
seeds and vegetable are traditionally the women’s responsibility whilst the
irrigation and fish are the men’s responsibility. The project will make optimum
use of local capacities in that it allow physically less able people to effectively
contribute to the households production and incomes generation.
3.7. Institutional Arrangements (i.e., roles and responsibilities of participating
The narrative and financial reports will be provided by the Chief or general manager of
CAMFAD according to recommended format (if necessary) as required.
At the end of the project report will be provided by the chief or the general manager of
CAMFAD at the end of the project period or base on the policy and by-laws statement
The mid-term of evaluation will be conducted in some time between Jul and Aug 2007
and the full term of evaluation will be conducted in the fourth week of December 2007
by the external independent team.
The financial inspection will be done by the CAMFAD Executive committee in every
quarter and in case of irregularity that CAMFAD can’t solve it CAMFAD must report
quickly to the donor agencies in order to take any urgent intervention.
3.8. Monitoring and Evaluation (including log frame)
The monitoring of the project activities will be done monthly by the project manager at
the field in order to follow up the quality; quantity and the effectiveness of the project
progress. The evaluation of the project will be done for every year-end by the internal
staffs or external evaluator in order to find out the lesson learned/ worked experience in
order to improve the project’s activities for the next year. But to be qualified precisely
that the project’s activities have been implemented properly, accurately in terms of
quantitative, qualitative, effectiveness and the impact of the project to the livelihood of
the farmers...etc. CAMFAD will employ the independent institution to conduct the mid-
term and full term of evaluation under the discussion with donor agency.
The log frame and the indicators to be monitored are as in the table below:
Intervention/possible solutions with the
# Main identified problems
indicators for beneficiaries
1 Lack of appropriate knowledge Provided training of appropriate technologies of
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of agricultural techniques and agriculture and livestock management such as
resources management. the training of fruit trees production, rice
variety production, vegetable production,
composting, seeds selection, traditional
insecticide formulation, fish production, piglets
production, chicken production, animal
breeding, animals health care, production
analysis and agricultural products processing
2 Lack of seed of high yield and After the training, the project distributed with
high nutritious food intake. some facilities such as the crop beneficiaries
(If the project continue to the households have been distributed with rice
next year phase) seeds of high yield varieties of 5 Kg per
household, 5 kinds’ vegetable seeds with high
nutritious varieties of 0.5 Kg per household and
5 kinds of good fruit trees per household.
3 Lack of good breed stocks and After the training, the project distributed with
high mortality rate. some facilities such as the livestock for
(If the project continue to the beneficiaries with 1 piglet plus 4 chickens per
next year phase) household and amongst 200 households of
livestock beneficiaries have been selected at
least 30 households and distributed 100 good
breed of fingerlings of Tilapia per household
To reduce the mortality rate of the animals,
CAMFAD cooperated with DA to conduct the
vaccination campaign to at least 400
households in both of beneficiaries and non-
beneficiaries in every year of program period.
4 Agricultural households being After providing training with appropriate
insufficient food in normal techniques of agriculture and livestock
production years and led the production and distribution of facilities, all
farmers to meet the long beneficiaries can conduct their production in
hunger gap period, some year-round. It means that they can increase their
families always migrate to beg production times from one time per year to two
in Vietnam and household times per year with high yields variety seed.
production dictated by the Further, they can conduct the integrated
impact of seasonal adversities farming systems practices. These manners led
farmers have the sufficient food with high
nutritious intake and reduced the hunger gap
period toward the food security.
The pre and post harvesting survey is necessary
to be done, SRI will be included in the project.
6 Lack of appropriate A 100 women group amongst the 200
agricultural products beneficiaries has been selected and provided the
processing techniques. training of appropriate techniques of
agricultural products processing in 5 days.
7 Lack of the market information In order to assist the beneficiaries/ members to
and the agricultural calendar have the information of agricultural productions
justification. price list at the markets, CAMFAD specialists
conducted the marketing price of all
agricultural products assessment of all market
in Svay Rieng every month for a four-year
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program period to distribute to 200
beneficiaries of both productions. After that
CAMFAD specialists explained to them to
know on how to use that agricultural price list
and how can they justify their agricultural
production to fulfill the markets demands with
a good price and in time.
3.9. Project duration:
This project proposal take place for one year from Jan 2007 to Dec 2007 as indicated in
the budget request and the project implementation schedule (Please read in the annex
6.1). But anyway CAMFAD will follow the guidelines from the donor agency as
3.10. Proposed budget, including equity contribution (cash and in-kind) of
3.10.1. Whole project duration per collaborating organization
# The budget estimated for each-three year Total (US$) Marks
1 Total budget estimated for year I 50,919 Please read in
annex 6.1 in
Total budget estimated for the whole one year 50,919 excel version
3.10.2. Annual per collaborating organization
3.10.3. The project implementation schedule in a period of one year:
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January 1 st2007 – December 31 2007
# Activities Quarter I Quarter II Quarter III Quarter IV
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
1 The office renting
The announcement of
3 The staffs recruitment
The orientation of the
projects concepts and
policies to the staffs
The procurement of
7 The e-mail installation
8 Re-contact the local
Identify key people for
Orientation of the
program to villagers
Restudy the situation
11 in the villages(village
The selection of pig,
chicken and fish
beneficiaries if the
fund support available
The selection of
13 rice and fruit tree
beneficiaries if the
fund support available
The training of HHs
14 pigs production to 100
pig beneficiaries in 1d
The training of HHs
Chicken production to
beneficiaries in 1 day
The training of the
useful of animals
vaccination and its
prevention to 100
in 1 day
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The training of HH fish
production to 30 fish
beneficiaries in 1 day
The training of Fruit
18 Tree Production to
100 beneficiaries in 1
The training of Rice
Production to 100
beneficiaries in 2 days
The training of HHs
20 vegetable production
to 100 beneficiaries
in 1 day
The training of
21 processing to 100
amongst 200 target
beneficiaries in 5 days
22 Purchase vaccines
23 Vaccination campaign
The study tour of 50
24 beneficiaries between
commune in 1 day
The study tour of 50
commune in 1 day
The study tour of
crops beneficiaries out
of the province in 1
The study tour of
27 livestock beneficiaries
out of the province in
The assessment of
market demands for
price at the market
and publication for
distribution to 200
beneficiaries & others.
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29 Project activities
31 Monthly report
32 Quarterly report
33 Semester report
34 Annual report
Villagers, Village leader, commune council agree and are cooperative to the project. The level of pests and diseases does not become widespread.
District and provincial authorities agree and are cooperative to the project. The level of livestock pests and diseases does not become widespread
Relevant Ministries agree and are cooperative to the project. Villagers have not had negative experiences with their activities.
CAMFAD staff in Cambodia conducts the project. Villagers got knowledge/ skills and experiences for long-term activity in agriculture.
Villagers are not exceedingly indebted.
HUMAN RESOURCE CONTRIBUTION Villagers are not absent from villages for extend period.
A- Project Manager (1) Villagers have crops and animals for home consumption and sale,
B- Project coordinator (1) Contribution From villagers Women have minimum decision-making power about the household and agricultural
C- Agriculture manager (1) A- Labor and Time practice.
D- Senior CDF (1) B- Some available materials Local industrial structure is not drastically changed.
E- CDF Agricultural capacity building (1) C- Existing resource Contradicting interventions are not given by other aid organization.
F- Administrator/ Finance assistant (1) Village and commune authorities do not dominate over women groups/ model farmers
G- CDF (2) Contribution From Local Authorities and the beneficiaries.
H- Livestock/ crop trainer (1) A- Information Best practitioners in the target areas are cooperative.
B- Networking opportunities Farmers’ products will be step by step recognized and accessed to market effectively.
40 village farmers’ association VFA will be formed at the second year in order to
Contribution From Networking Organizations strengthen their sustainability in rural development.
Training and Partners
A- Staff training A- Information
B- WSHGs & VFA leaders Training B- Networking opportunities
C- Study tour
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5- ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS
Address: Cambodia Farmers’ Association for Agricultural Development (CAMFAD.svr)
Rope Ko village, Prey Chhlak commune, Svay Rieng district, Svay Rieng Town,
Senior Liaison Officer
Mr. Sotha Sok
Phone: (855) 16 948 553 English/ 12 96 72 48 Khmer
E-Mail : email@example.com
P.O Box: CCC 291, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Fax: C/o: (855) 44 945 277
President: Mr. Chhy Koy
General Manager: Mr. Sotha Sok
6.1- CAMFAD budget proposal for 1 year period in excel version.
6.2- Statistics of selected four communes in the two selected target districts in Svay Rieng
6.3- CAMFAD organizational profile.
6.4- Letters of Intent from partners indicating contribution (financial, in-kind, etc.).
Planned by CAMFAD’s executive committee
Date: August 2006 General Manager
I agree with the above planning activities Mr. Sotha Sok
which organized by CAMFAD’s executive
Mr. Chhy Koy ____________________
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