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Community / Land projects / CO-FAIR4ALL Agricultural Value Chains KH

CO-FAIR4ALL Agricultural Value Chains KH

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01/21 - 12/25

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The FAIR4ALL Project in Cambodia aims to strengthen the CS so that it is able to promote sustainable trade value chains across the banana and rubber sectors that are inclusive and fair for smallholders, women entrepreneurs and agriculture workers, while respecting human rights and protecting the environment. To achieved this ambition, the project has focusing on the 4 pathways of changes. Theproject working with different stakeholders ranking from Union groups, Small-holder farmer, entrepreneur, large scale agriculture investors/PS, business association and government agencies in Cambodia. The project working in 7 provinces of Cambodia namely KampongThom, Kampong Cham, Tboung Khmum, Kratie, Mondulkiri, Ratanakiri and Kampot with 7 NGOs partners and onegovernment agency that working at national and sub-national level. Oxfam in Cambodia is one of the successful country office of Oxfam Novib (the PMU), that were selected to joint with other consortium with Huairou Commission, SOMO and Third World Network-Africa (TWN-Africa) received grant reward from the Dutch’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 2021-2025 under thematic of “Trade and Making Value Chains more Sustainable”. In Cambodia, there are 7 local NGOs partners and one government department of General Directorate of Rubber will implement the project and contributes to outcomes result planned. FAIR4ALL is a 5 years program that will implement in 7 provinces including Kampong Thom, Kampong Cham, Kratie, Tboung Khmum, Mondulkiri, Ratanakiri and Kampotof Cambodia. FAIR4ALL program is lie under two program pillars of OiC; Natural Resources Governance and Voice for Changes. In NRG, the program will be oversight day to day by the Land Governance Coordinator Program and Influencing Coordinator of V4C with the strategic and leadership support of V4C and NRG program managers. The program aims to strengthen the CS so that it is able to promote sustainable trade value chains across the banana and rubber sectors that are inclusive and fair for smallholders, women entrepreneurs and agriculture workers, while respecting human rights and protecting the environment. The program has also strategically emphasis on the labor protection, social protection and fiscal accountability and trade reform of Budget Working Group which are equally important pillars for the inclusive and sustainable development. Each implementing partner will be focusing on all or selected Pathway for changes based on their staff capacity, skill and areaof expertise. After completed updated and performance partners risk assessment using PRISMA tools, all these partners were ready tostart up the implementation stage of the project as detail in next sessions.

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