FLO’s interventions are projected in its three-year strategic plans. After the successful delivery of the first strategic plan (2017-2019), the Governing Board advised the executive team to develop the second strategic plan for 2020 to 2022. This strategic plan was developed based on the lessons learnt from the first period. However, this phase is significantly focused on the future changes in Cambodia’s socio-economic development. A notable improvement about the second strategic plan is that it is developed by FLO’s executive team with support and technical guidance from the Governing Board.
This Forests and Livelihood Organization (FLO) Project Evaluation Report includes results produced by 1-year project on “Community Empowerment for Sustainable Natural Management” funded by Southeast Asia Development Program (SADP) and a 33-month project on “Achievement against plan from Securing Forest and Land Tenures for Indigenous Communities Project” funded by Forum Syd. This evaluation applied desk review, survey with Khmer people in Koh Khner commune and Kroul people in Sre Chis commune of Sambo district, Kratie Province.
Under this project, FLO is committed to working with 7 community managed areas including 4 Community Forestry and 3 indigenous People collective land communities. To achieve this expected result, FLO has supported legalization and signing agreement through Community Forestry Guidelines Trainings, and technical & financial support for patrolling activities. More, FLO also collaborated closely with Forest Administration Officials at provincial, district, and commune levels.
Securing Forest and Land Tenures for Indigenous Communities Project was a three-project funded Forum Syd, and implemented by Forests and Livelihood Organization (FLO). The project was executed in partnership with Forestry Administration Cantonment (FAC), Provincial Department of Land Management Urban Planning and Construction (PDLMUPC), Provincial Department of Rural Development (PDRD) and Kratie Provincial Administration, and the project also coordinated with relevant NGOs in Kratie such as WWF and RECOFTC.
USAID funds practical skills training on topics such as chicken raising to the members of community forests and facilitates the formation of chicken raising groups to improve nutrition and increase incomes.
កង្វះទឹកសម្រាប់ស្រោចស្រពស្រែចម្ការគឺជាបញ្ហាចម្បងដែលរំខានដល់ជីវភាពរស់នៅរបស់ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋនៅក្នុងភូមិមាស ឃុំថ្មី ស្រុកវិចិត្របុរី ខេត្តក្រចេះ។
ក្រោមក្របខណ្ឌនៃកម្មវិធីបន្សុាំទៅនឹងការប្រែប្រួលអាកាសធាតុនៅសហគមន៍អង្គការដើម្បីជីវភាព និងព្រៃឈើ (FLO) បានចងក្រងឱ្យមានក្រុមសន្សំប្រាក់ចំនួនសរុប១២ក្រុម នៅក្នុង៥ឃុំនៃខេត្តក្រចេះ សំដៅកាត់បន្ថយចំណាកស្រុក និងលើកកម្ពស់ជីវភាពរស់នៅរបស់ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ ជាពិសេសក្នុងចំណោមក្រុមសន្សំទាំងអស់។
As a small-scale enterprise,backyard chicken farming is very important for rural households because it provides a source of high-quality protein and also generates cash income. The main source of livelihood in rural areas is agriculture: crops, fishing, forestry, livestock, poultry and hunting.