Climate-Friendly Agribusiness Value Chains Sector Project
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and the climate vulnerability of Cambodia's agricultural value chains.
Observed climate change trends in Cambodia, where the livelihoods of 80 percent of the population relies on rain-fed agriculture, indicate serious impacts on agriculture, which is highly sensitive to climate variability. Also, Cambodia's agricultural value chains remain fragmented as a result of infrastructure gaps and a range of capacity and policy constraints.
This initiative targets four agricultural value chains in Kampong Cham, Tbong Khmum, Kampot and Takeo provinces. It will enhance the resilience and productivity of crops, and increase agricultural competitiveness and household incomes in the targeted provinces. It will address each stage of the agricultural value chain.
The project has an estimated lifespan of 6 years.
- Private sector
- Public sector
GCF financing8% disbursed
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Gender action plan for FP076: Climate-Friendly Agribusiness Value Chains Sector Project ADB FP076
||Gender action plan||23 May 2018|
Gender assessment for FP076: Climate-Friendly Agribusiness Value Chains Sector Project ADB FP076
||Gender assessment||22 May 2018|
Climate-friendly agribusiness value chains sector project ADB FP076
||Approved funding proposal||27 Mar 2018|
Environmental and social safeguards (ESS) report for FP076: Climate-Friendly Agribusiness Value Chains Sector Project ADB FP076
||Environmental and Social Safeguards report||22 Feb 2018|
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Cambodia's climate action game-changer: Resilient agricultural value chains
25 Oct 2021 / GCF’s climate finance is improving the climate resilience of Cambodian farmers by reducing the carbon footprint of each stage of the agricultural value chain. Through investments in climate-resilient agricultural production and post-harvest infrastructure, and the promotion of low-carbon technologies at various stages of the value chain, this project aims to reduce Cambodia’s carbon emissions by 240,000 tonnes.