• CCBAP Case Studies Report 2015
    Nov 17, 2015

    Document Summary The objective of the case study report is to show two successful examples of a community based adaptation project of the Small Grants Programme in Cambodia. They demonstrate good practices and lessons learnt on the measures that were taken to enhance community resilience to climate risks such as floods and droughts in Cambodia. CASE STUDY 1 features development of water supply for promotion of local livelihood of Kraing Serei Community Forestry in Kampong Speu Province, Cambodia. Water pipeline connection through a water collection approach is used for the enhancement of the livelihood of the community people on agriculture and their domestic use of water and thus enabling them to adapt to climate change. CASE STUDY 2 outlines a community’s improved capacity to adapt to climate change in Seang Kveang Commune, Kamchay Mear District, Prey Veng Province, Cambodia. A canal rehabilitation increases the effectiveness of the irrigated water management and use for agricultural productivity and new varieties (of what) and knowledge gained from agricultural trainings under the project are applied to increase the rice yield.

  • NAPA Project Annual Report 2012
  • Guideline for Implementation of the Disaster Data Reporting Forms
    Dec 11, 2014

    Cambodia is prone to natural and human-induced disasters, including flood, drought, typhoon, lightening, river bank erosion, fire and epidemics. As a result of climate change, these disasters have become more frequent, especially in the 21st century, as seen by floods in 2011, drought in 2012, floods in 2013, flood and drought in 2014, as well as violent storms, fire, lightening and epidemics. The impact of these disasters include property damage, loss of human and animal life, loss of livelihoods, crops, infrastructure, and damage to the economy and the environment.

  • Cambodia Disaster Loss and Damage Analysis Report 1996 - 2013
    Jul 8, 2014

    Cambodia is prone to a number of natural disasters including flood, lightening, drought, fire, storm, epidemics, pest outbreak and river bank collapse. Yet little was known about the impact of disasters at national and sub-national levels due to a lack of systematic organization and collection of information. There was general lack of reliable information about disaster losses and damage in line ministries and the few existing data sets were not well organized in a systematic manner to assist in useful analysis.

  • Cambodia climate change strategic plan 2014 – 2023
    Feb 20, 2014

    The complexity and many uncertainties of climate change risks and threats to Cambodia’s economic growth, livelihoods and ecosystem functions point to the need for integrated approaches to planning climate change policy interventions in harmony with a relevant sustainable economic policy agenda geared towards poverty reduction and environmental sustainability. The Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan 2014 – 2023 (CCCSP) is well designed to fill the policy gap, complement on-going efforts and meet the emerging challenges of development, environment and climate change issues.

  • CCBAP Case Study Report
    Sep 20, 2013

    The objective of the case study report is to show two successful examples of community based adaptation project through capturing good practices and lessons learnt on community based adaptation measures that enhance community resilience to climate risks such floods and droughts in Cambodia.

  • CCBAP Annual Report 2012
  • Cambodia Climate Change Alliance Annual Report 2012
  • Livelihood Recovery Needs Assessment - Cambodia 2011 Floods