Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Guidelines for Participatory Village Planning
for the
National Programme for Food Security and Poverty Reduction
Cambodia 2005
TABLE OF CONTENTS


Bernd Seiffert, FAO, SDAR

Joseph Kodamanchaly, CARE

May, 2005

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1   Background

1.   Introduction

2.   Objectives and outputs of the participatory village planning workshops

3.   Participants of the Participatory Village Planning Workshop

4.   Some Principles of the Participatory Village Planning Workshops

5.   Roles and responsibilities of CMP facilitation teams

Part II   Stages of CMP Process

Stage 1:   Formation of CMP Committees

Stage 2:   Identification of CMP Through PRA

Step 1:   Preparatory Meeting

Step 2:   Informing the Community About the Village Planning Workshop

Step 3:   Introduction of the Workshop

Step 4:   Problem Identification

Step 5:   Prioritisation of Identified Problems

Step 6:   PAPP MATRIX - Planning on the basis of Analysis of Problems and Potentials

Step 7:   Ranking of Proposed Micro Project Ideas

Step 8:   Feasibility Check of Proposed Community Micro Projects

Stage 3:   Planning and Implementation Of CMP

Step 1:   Analysing Local Institutional Potentials to Support the CMP

Step 2:   Finalizing Community Microproject Planning

Step 3:   Applying for financial resources to FSPR.