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Policy and Innovation Hub for Sustainable Development

Cambodia continues to modernize, with its economy shifting from an agricultural base towards industry and services and its economic performance translating into poverty reduction rapidly. As the…  


Forest Carbon Partnership Facility REDD+ Readiness Project Phase II (FCPF-II)

The main objective of the FCPF project phase II is to develop and enhance the Cambodian government’s capacities for tackling deforestation and forest degradation as well as for measurement, reporting…  


Accelerator Labs Cambodia

Accelerator Labs Cambodia’s ethos addresses the strategic relevance gap between what UNDP has traditionally delivered and the changing nature of development policy and programme needs  


Cambodia Climate Change Alliance – Phase 3 (CCCA-III)

Cambodia is a Least Developed Country, regularly ranked amongst the countries most vulnerable to climate change. This is due to a combination of its geography, relatively high reliance on agriculture,…  


Access and Benefit Sharing

Diverse climate conditions and thousands of years of agricultural practices have resulted in rich biodiversity and genetic crop resources in Cambodia. This high level of genetic diversity makes…  


Graduation Based Social Protection

Cambodia has seen exceptional economic growth and poverty reduction over the past two decades. However, although millions have been lifted out of poverty, an increasingly hard to reach group of…  


The Biodiversity Finance Initiative (BIOFIN) in Cambodia

With a population of over 15 million people and located in the southern part of the Indochina Peninsula, Cambodia is one of the most biodiverse countries in Southeast Asia.  


Programme to Promote Disability Inclusion (PPDI)

In Cambodia, persons with disabilities face multiple challenges such as inequality and discrimination in access to education, healthcare, employment, social protection, and justice, public transport…  


Sustainable Urban Mobility for All Initiative

The transport sector has become one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions as well as air pollution in Cambodia. Rapid urbanization has also led to a growing demand for improved…  


Clearing for Result Phase IV-Mine Action for Human Development (CfR4 – MAfHD)

Cambodia's landmine contamination is the result of a protracted sequence of internal and regional conflicts that affected the country from the mid-1960s until the end of 1998. The nature of mine and…  

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