FAO in Cambodia
Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing remains one of the greatest threats to fish stocks and marine ecosystems. It severely undermines national and regional efforts to manage fisheries sustainably, and jeopardizes endeavors to conserve marine biodiversity.  IUU fishing can remove fishery resources available to small-scale fishers, leading to a collapse of...
Millions of people worldwide rely on banana as a staple food and cash crop. Banana is ranked the fourth most important food crop after wheat, rice, and corn in the developing word. The total banana production was 114 million tonnes in 2017, up from 67 million tonnes in 2000[1]. The global...
Cambodia is consistently ranked among the top ten countries most vulnerable to climate change, and among the three most vulnerable in Asia. Women are among the poorest in rural Cambodia, and most likely to bear the heaviest burdens associated with climate change impacts. If either flooding or drought occurs, women are...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia The Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) launched on 23 December 2019 the Multi-Sectoral Action Plan (MSAP) 2019-2023 encompassing seven key strategic areas that will guide collaborative interventions​ to address the threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR):   Building human capacity for AMR Containing AMR through good practices Evidence generation through surveillance and laboratories Governance...
This project aims at testing an improved Livestock Identification and Registration System (LIRS) in Cambodia and Laos. Such a system is critically important to address and manage animal movement, to provide a platform to a develop traceability system, and improve animal health and production in both countries. The LIRS is...
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