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					ANNUAL REGIONAL WORKSHOP OF USAID/IPM-
        CRSP FOR SOUTHEAST ASIA

    OCTOBER 22-23, 2012, PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA



       IPM Programme in Cambodia

         Mr. Chou Cheythyrith,
         Vegetable IPM Coordinator ,
                   Outline


I.    General information of Cambodia
      and the National IPM Programme

II.   Organic Chili Supply Chain
       Chapter I


General Information
Population : 14.6 (2010 Est.):
Rural Population: 82%
Agric. contribute about 29% of the GDP.
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           Agriculture in Economic Growth




In the whole agriculture sector, the composition of sub-sector
contribution in percentage (%) in 2010 shown around 53.8% contributed
by crop production, followed by 27.3% for fisheries, 12.8% for livestock
production and 6.1% for forestry and logging.
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   Agriculture in Economic Growth

Composition of Sub-Sectors in Agriculture Sector
     Background of the National IPM Programme

   IPM Program was initiated in 1993 by MAFF after a
    National Workshop on "Environment and IPM“
   The overall goal is to improve food security and safety
    through the promotion of Integrated Pest and Crop
    Management skills at the farm level
   IPM enables farmers to grow healthy crops with high
    yields leading to production sustainability and socio-
    economic effectiveness, while safeguarding human health
    and protecting the natural environment.
       Vision/Mission of the IPM Program

   Chemical intervention Agriculture              Þ Ecological/
    Sustainable Agriculture
   IPM Þ IP 2M Þ IP 2M2 Þ CIPM
     (Integrated Pest Management → Integrated Pest and

     Production Management → Integrated Pest and Production
       Management and Marketing → Community IPM)

   IPM Þ Pesticide free Þ Chemical free Þ Organic
    Production
    General Directorate of Agriculture (GDA)


                                         6. DAE (Department of Agricultural
                                            Extension);
                                         7. PP-SPSD (Plant Protection & SPS
                                            Department);
                                         8. DAEng (Department of Agricultural
                                            Engineering);
                                         9. NAL (National Agricultural Laboratory).


•    DAPAIC (Department of Administration, Planning, Accountant and International
     Cooperation)
•    DRC (Department of Rice Crop);
•    DHSC (Department of Horticulture and Subsidiary Crop);
•    DIC (Department of Industrial Crop);
•    DALRM (Department of Agricultural Land Resource Management);
    Area of Activities of the IPM Programme
 Crop production and protection (rice, vegetables,
  mungbean, Chili, Cassava)
 Fruit fly and melon fly management
 Integrated farming system (rice, vegetable, fish, fruit
  tree, livestock)
 Organic Agriculture Production and Marketing
 Participatory Action Research
 Student and teacher field schools
 Policy and Regulation
 Concern of chemical application on environment and
  health
 Farmers and Community Empowerment
     Achievement of the IPM Program
 Trained 676 DT and more than 2,530 FT through
  ToT and FTOC
 Trained more than 160,000 farmers through FFSs
  and a lot nearby farmers exposed to IPM
 More than 6,700 school teachers and students
  attended FFSs
 More than 750 farmers through farmer life
  schools.
 Formed more than 900 farmer clubs involving
  more than 17,000 farmers.
    NGOs Support the IPM Programme

   FAO, DANIDA, IDRC, IRRI, ADDA, IFAD, ANS,
    SEILA, APHEDA, AUSAID, CAAEP, CARE,
    CASD, CIDSE, CONCERN, CRS, CWS, LWF,
    GRET, HI, HEKS, JVC, MCC, NPA, NAPA,
    OXFAM, OCAA, PADEK, PRASAC,
    REDDBARNA, UNICEF, WVC, SAMAKEE, READ
    -MRC, CARITAS, Save the Children, ZOA,
    AUSCARE, CHET THOR, PTEA, World Bank,
    USAID etc
    Current projects in the IPM Program
 Pesticide Risk Reduction Project, funded by FAO-IPM
 Enhancing Agricultural Competitiveness of Rural
  Households Project in Greater Mekong Subregion,
  funded by FAO-IFAD through FAO-IPM
 Area-wide Fruit Fly Integrated Pest Management
  Project in South and Southeast Asia, funded by FAO-
  IPM,
 Area-wide Fruit Fly Integrated Pest Management
  Project in South and Southeast Asia, funded by FAO-
  IPM
  Current Supported Activities (con.)
 Capacity Building for Spread Prevention and
  Management of Cassava Pink Mealybug in the
  Greater Mekong Subregion, funded by FAO-IPM
 IPM-CRSP for Southeast Asia, funded by USAID
  through Clemson University
 One component of the Rural Livelihood
  Improvement Project (RULIP) and Project for
  Agriculture Development and Economic
  Empowerment (PADEE), funded by IFAD
              Part II



Organic Chili Value Change

     Enhancing Agricultural
    Competitiveness of Rural
Households in GMS, funded by FAO-
               IFAD
   Overall Objective: Improve livelihoods, income and
    agricultural competitiveness of rural households in a
    regionally integrated Greater Mekong Sub-region.




                                              Organic Chili Production
         Main activities of Organic Chili Project
1. Baseline Survey
 The survey was conducted by
  the Regional Project Coordinator
  and IPM Trainers in Kampong
  Cham and Kandal province at
  Chili farmers’ fields,
 Meeting with relevant
  stakeholders before starting the
  project.
  Main activities of Organic Chili Project (con.)
2. Study visit in Thailand
A team of 10 persons
 including Gov official, chili
 farmers and traders
 undertook a study on
 Contract Farming , Organic
 Vegetable and especially
 Chili crop production and
 Organic Fertilizer .
Discussion on
procedure of growing
Organic Vegetable and
producing Liquid
fertilizer
Discussion and
practice to make
compost
   Main activities of Organic Chili Project (con.)
3. Curriculum Develop
  Workshop
 The workshop was
  conducted by the National
  IPM Team together with
  Thai Organic Food
  Company and Regional FAO
  Project
  (GCP/RAS/217/IFA)
  Coordinator.
  Developing FFS
  curriculum




Practicing seed treatment
and germination
   Main activities of Organic Chili Project (con.)
4. Farmer Field School (FFS)
 Four FFS were conducted
  to educate farmers one
  crop cycle on how to grow
  organic chili. 69 farmers
  (39 women) were educated
  on Organic Chili Production.
   Main activities of Organic Chili Project (con.)

5. Post-FFS Activities
 Three post-FFS activities
  involving 35 farmers (19
  women)
   Main activities of Organic Chili Project (con.)
6. Field Day
 The Field Days were
  conducted for demonstrate
  and share the result with
  other farmers and relevant
  stakeholders.
   Main activities of Organic Chili Project (con.)
7. Reflection Workshop
 The workshop was
  conducted every year after
  completion of Organic Chili
  Production for sharing the
  lesson learn and updating
  methodology to grow
  organic Chili.
    Main activities of Organic Chili Project (con.)
7. Organic Farmer Cooperative
 Four groups of farmers from
  the four villages was formed
  as an Organic Farmer
  Cooperative official by
  Provincial Department of
  Agriculture (PDA) for growing
  organic agriculture produce
  and helping each others with
  in the cooperative.
   ACT
Inspection
Project implementation




        ACT
     Inspection


          ICS
            Lessons Learned
                              2011-2012




               2010-2011




2009-2010
             Lessons Learned   2011-2012
2009-2010

            2010-2011
                        Constrain
2009-2010
            2010-2011         2011-2012
                   Conclusion

 Farmers gain more experiences on growing
  healthier crop and improve natural environment
  (Organic);
 Farmers got higher yield and income;

 Organic Farmer Cooperative was formed

 The cooperative contact with others traders for
  convincing them to buy organic produce from the
  cooperative;
IPM-FFS helps me smile and
 sustains my smile for ever

				
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