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IFAD - Fostering Agricultural Productivity Project – Financing from the Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme (PAPAM/ASAP)
PAPAM focuses on irrigation, water management and sustainable land management at plot level to increase the yield per hectare. However, promoting climate-resilient agriculture requires an ecosystems approach beyond the plot. An approach focused on irrigated plots alone can be ineffective if the deforestation surrounding the watershed causes soil degradation, siltation and flooding during exceptional rainfall events.
The second phase of the IFAD-financed
Livestock and Market Development Programme
(LMDP II) will boost economic growth in pasture
communities by improving climate resilience
and livestock productivity. The programme
will focus on three regions in the south of the
country: Batken, Jalal-Abad and Osh.
ASAP funding will support GASIP to
mainstream climate change adaptation
and resilience of smallholder farms into the
business models and value chain interventions
of the wider programme. ASAP funding will
mainly focus on the northern regions, which
have higher levels of exposure to climate risks
and lower adaptive capacity.
IFAD - Programme to reduce vulnerability to climate change and poverty of coastal rural communities (PRAREV)
The programme will support the design and
implementation of participatory management
plans for ecosystem conservation to alleviate
stresses and increase the resilience of fragile
habitats. It will focus on integrating climate
change adaptation within national policies
and strategies, and enhance knowledge
management, education and communication.
In addition, PRAREV will help communities
diversify their livelihoods options so they can
take advantage of opportunities presented by
IFAD - Economic Inclusion Programme for Rural Families and Communities in the Territory of the Plurinational State of Bolivia with funding from the Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme
ASAP resources are complementing the first
component (natural resource management,
investment in assets and enterprise
development) of ACCESOS. Activities will
be focusing on 15 municipalities in three
departments: 10 municipalities in Chuquisaca,
4 municipalities in Potosí and 1 municipality
ASAP is a new direct entry point in IFAD to channel earmarked climate and environmental finance to smallholder farmers. ASAP funds will co-finance projects using clear selection criteria and applying a results framework which contains 10 specific and measurable indicators of achievement.
A “Reference Center on short supply chain” has been set up in June 2013 in order to assist SMEs willing to be involved in short supply chains. The Center acts as contact point to connect the different stakeholders, gives advices and shares good practices. This project is supported by the Walloon Government and in particular by the Minister of Sustainable development and the Minister of Economy.
CEDAC - Building carbon-trading business capacity for organized smallholder farmers in Cambodia/Cambodian Farmland Carbon (CAFACA)
The project builds on the existing organizations of smallholder farmers. It will assist their organizations in implementing climate change mitigating activities and in acquiring capacity to act on regional and global markets for carbon
CEDAC - Promoting appropriate technology for smallholders to increase food security among ethnic minorities and indigenous peoples in Cambodia and Lao PDR (Annâdya)
To contribute to the sustainable improvement of food security in Lao PDR and Cambodia by building the capacity of target beneficiaries to increase food production and to diversify income generating activities.
CEDAC - Local innovation and experimentation: an entry point to climate-change adaptation for sustainable livelihoods in Asia (LINNEX-CCA), Cambodia
Up to 3,000 rural farming households in Cambodia benefit from the increase in income and food security from the dissemination of climate-adaptive innovations developed through PID by the end of the project in 2014
CEDAC - Climate Change Initiative of Community Based Adaptation/Mitigation Models in Three Communes of Samaky Meanchey District , Kampong Chhnang Province (CCI-SMP)
At least 1500 families of small rice farmers in the target area will be trained to build good rice fields following the Sre Laar model to become highly sustainable, productive and diversified fields. These families will also participate in rice mill and savings cooperatives.
A “Reference Center on circular economy” was set up in January 2014 in order to assist SMEs willing to be involved in circular economy. The Center acts as contact point to connect the different stakeholders, gives advices and shares good practices. This project is supported by the Walloon Government and in particular by the Minister of Sustainable development and the Minister of Economy.