Project Summary

Title of Project Food Security and Nutrition Project
Project ID in FSNIS Database 48
Project Number 1 (CAM 147)
Project Description

Specific objective : : Increasefood security among vulnerable households in the Operational District of Baray – Santuk in the province of Kampong Thom{comma} Cambodia.

Specific objective1: Improvedfood security among vulnerable households in the Operational District of Baray – Santuk in the province of Kampong Thom{comma} Cambodia.

Result 1 : Vulnerable households benefitting from the program increase their food production and improve their nutritional status.


  •  Assessment of beneficiaries for trainings
  • Agriculture training skill to families about integrated farming system
  • Organize separate training for farmers on food production through diversified farming system by small groups.
  • Provide IFS kits to trainees (seeds{comma} tools{comma} etc.)
  • Conduct baseline survey
  • Promote organic home gardening among beneficiaries
  • Select model farmers and support for TOT training
  • Cooking demonstration{comma} which is used available resources within community and shared by families
  • Food processing training to families on the available resources.
  • Community awareness raising on food utilization and nutrition.
  • Select model families for food preparation.
  • Monitoring and follow-up project implementation


Result 2 : Income of vulnerable households targeted by the program is improved.


  • Identify successful cases and identify trainers and trainees.
  • Assess and analyse the local market
  • Coordinate peer training between successful cases and trainees.
  • Conduct training on income generating activities.
  • Provide financial support for each case
  • Link the beneficiaries to other training where relevant
  • Provide follow-up support for each beneficiary
  • Introduction to the SHG concept to the target group
  • Identify the potential leaders and establish the groups
  • Provide institutional support for the groups
  • Train SHG leaders in handling records{comma} facilitation{comma} and simple bookkeeping system
  • Facilitate quarterly meeting of SHG
  • Facilitate savings and credit scheme
  • Support exchange visit/study tour of the SHG leaders
  • Monitoring and follow-up project implementation
  • Conduct  project reflection workshop

Result 3: The Institutional strengthening of MODE organization and of the self-help groups (SHG) allow them to improve their management and technical skills as well as to ensure their sustainability.


  • Meeting with key stakeholders (local authorities{comma} NGOs and relevant institutions) about the project
  • Staff training and capacity building
  • Prepare and submit financial and progress narrative (quarter & annual) reports to LD
  • Monitoring and evaluation of project implementation

Result 4: Capitalisation of the approach used by the local partners enables the improvement of knowledge of other players in the sector.


  • Document case study for best practices
  • Annual/quarterly reports (activities and expenditure)
  • Facilitate{comma} collect and analysis villagers’ stories with community members
  • Feedback from marginalized and community groups
  • Record of observations from work{comma} home visits

Stories of success cases/change

Related FSN Categories Not Specified
Main Implementing Agency Not Specified
Collaborating Ministries Kompong Thom Agreculture Deparntment, Kompong Thom Health Department, Provincial Office of Social Affairs Veterans and Youth and
Collaborating Organisations and Institutions Minority Organization for Development of Economy
Project Funding Status Not Specified
Funding Needs Description
Donors Not Specified
Project Start/End Dates 2007-06-30 2013-11-30
Provinces, Districts and Communes worked in
Province Districts Communes
Ministry of Health Provinces, Operational Districts and Health Centre Catchment Areas worked in
Province Districts Communes
Level of Intervention
Type of Support/Inputs Provided
Target Group(s) Poorer farmer in agriculture and vocational training 65% are women and 35% are men.
Number of Beneficiaries (approximate) 540 beneficeries
Source Institution for this Project Data Mr. Peanh Sinal
Project Contact Person Mr. Peanh Sinal
Project-Related Documents 0