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Kampong Speu

TARGET DISTRICT AND COMMUNE

 

Kampong Speu Province: 10 target communes of 3 districts. There are 3 communes such as Prey Nheat, Prey Vihear and Tuek La Ork are located in Kong Pisei district; 3 communes such as Samrong Tong, Khtum Krang and Pneay are located in Samrong Tong district; and the other 4 communes such as Nitean, Svay Chacheb, Tuol Ampil and Pheari Meanchey are located in Basedth district. The number of households ID Poor I and II of each target commune are shown in table below:

 

OUTPUT I: INCREASED AVAILABILITY TO AND AWARENESS OF NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND HYGIENE AMONG THE FOOD-INSECURE HOUSEHOLDS

 

A. Cash For Works (CFW) Scheme

 

I.    The PPMU, PDRD and PDOWRAM participated in a two day CFW training workshop conducted by CPMU at Siem Reap on 17-18 January 2013 to disseminate the updated CFW guidelines and to train the line department officials on the requirements for a CFW sub-project implementation (proposal preparation, implementation and closing out). An exposure visit to a completed CFW and Civil Works road and canal sub-projects was also organized. A total of 6 officials (including 1 female) from PPMU, PDRD and PDOWRAM participated in the workshop.

 

II.    As of 30 June 2015, the CPMU had approved a total of 72 CFW sub-projects (59 roads and 13 canals and dike). Out of the total, 70 sub-projects (57 roads and 13 Canals) were completed. Two ongoing CFW road projects are expected to be completed in the early July 2015.


Table 1: Status of CFW sub-projects in 10 target communes of Kampong Speu


 

III.    As of 30 June 2015, there were 57 completed CFW road sub-projects with 9,827 participants (Including 4,771 females) who participated in the scheme. The total length of all completed CFW road sub-projects was 40.109 km and the total actual cost was about US$ 496,123.36. This meant around US$ 115 was earned by each of the participating household. There were also 13 completed CFW canal & dike sub-projects and cash disbursements had already been arranged for participating households.
 
Table 2: Status of Cash Disbursement for CFW sub-projects in Kampong Speu

IV.    Five CW sub-projects (3 roads and 2 canal and water drop) were completed. The first lateriting over CFW projects (About 15 Km) are ongoing with progress status of 100%. The second lateriting over CFW projects (Around 7 Km) are also ongoing with progress status of about 30% and expected to be completed in quarter 3 2015.


B. Nutrition and Health


V.    Together with the CPMU, the PPMU coordinated with the Plan International Cambodia (PLAN) to conduct a provincial workshop to kick start the implementation of the nutrition and livelihoods activities. The workshop was conducted on 14 June 2013 morning and attended by 54 participants from commune council and district authority, line departments’ officials (PDA, PDH, PDRD & PDOWA) and local NGOs.

 

VI.    The PPMU collaborated with PLAN and its partner NGO (Sovann Phuom) to identify 11 concerned officers from PPMU, PDRD, PDAFF, PDOWA, PCDM, PDOH and Fishery Administration to join a joint provincial workshop for four provinces (Prey Veng, Svay Rieng, Kampong Speu and Takeo province) in Prey Veng province for the Field Needs Assessment. The workshop was held on 8-9 October 2013. The workshop aimed to help the participants to understand the project and to develop field need assessment plan and conduct the assessment more effectively.

 

VII.    The field need assessment in all target communes/villages was conducted and the database was established with data being entered and information for sent to Plan International. Basing on the result of the field need assessment, there were 4,980 beneficiaries (With 1,889 Females) were identified by the Sovann Phuom organization.

 

VIII.    For the period of 17-21 February 2014, there were 13 participants (Including 4 female) from PCDM, line departments and Sovann Phuom Organization participated in the ToT training organized by Plan International in Takeo province. As of March 2015, there were 315 village health agents, farmer promoters and members of SHGs (with 131 female) participated in various ToT trainings organized by trainers from line departments and Sonann Phoum Organization.

 

IX.    As of 30 June 2014, there were 252 farmer promoters (Including 92 female) and 168 village health agents (including 110 females) were selected and trained by Sovann Phuom Organization. A total of 42 SHGs were formed and trained.

 

X.    As of 30 September 2014, there were  61 ToT training courses on nutrition, specific CLTs, basic health and fish raising were organized by The Sovann Phuom organization for 252 farmer promoters (Including 93 females) and 168 VHSGs (Including 111 females). There were 1,264 trainings on food used, CLTs triggering, home gardening, micronutrition, and animal and fish raising organized for 14,804 beneficiaries (Including 10,214 females). In addition, it provided home gardening inputs to 546 HHs, cash for sanitation incentive to 932 HHs, aquaculture inputs to 33 HHs, and provided poultry input to 81 HHs.  There were 56 head of SHGs (Including 24 females) received training on group management. There were 42 aquaculture demo farms and 42 pig & poultry demo farms organized by the organization.

 

XI.    In the fourth quarter of 2014, the Sovann Phuom organization had provided 575 trainings on nutrition and hygiene, basic health and sanitation organized for 13,152 beneficiaries (Including 9,999 females). A total of 4,135 target households had received various input packages from the project. There were 336 copies of training materials on health and sanitation. There were also 42 pig and poultry demo farms and 42 aquaculture demos were organized. The farmer promoters and SGs had conducted 197 follow-up visits and benefited 291 households. There were 10 repaired ponds and tube wells and 10 disaster preparedness and response plans established for 10 target communes.

 

XII.    For this quarter, the Sovann Phuom Organization had provided 2,690 trainings on nutrition, basic health, fish, piglet and chicken raisings, and home gardening to 13,248 beneficiaries (Including 11,267 Females). It distributed various project inputs packages to 6,076 beneficiaries, conducted 1,260 demonstrations on multi vitamins pouridge and 84 demonstrations on pig, poultry and fish raisings with 1,493 beneficiaries. There were 1,466 events on health education, micro-nutrition, climate change adaptation and 871 follow-up visits with 1,208 participants conducted. There were 168 VHSGs trained on nutrition and basic health care. It also had developed and updated 2,999 copies of training materials. In addition, there were 10 response mechanism boxes produced and 10 trainings on disaster management to CCDM were organized.

 

XIII.    On 23rd February 2015, a workshop on closing of the improved livelihood and nutrition of women and children was organized in Takeo. Its objectives were to presence the project achievements and sustainability and exit strategic plan. There were 42 participants (Including 4 females) from PPMU, CPs and target districts and communes.


OUTPUT II: INCREASED ACCESS TO IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL INPUTS AND TECHNOLOGIES AMONG FOOD-INSECURE FARMERS AND WOMEN

 

A. Seed and Fertilizer


I.    The CPMU conducted Provincial seminar/meeting in the province on 19 March 2013 to train local authorities on (i) identification of beneficiary households eligible to get seed and fertilizer, (ii) assessment of demand, and (iii) conduction of open village meeting (OVM) to validate eligible beneficiary households and demands. A total of 28 participants (including 04 female) from commune councils and district authority together with PPMU and PDA officials participated in the workshop.

 

II.    The CPMU conducted a Provincial seminar/meeting in the province on 14 June 2013 to disseminate the Procedure of Subsidized Sale of Rice and Vegetable Seeds and Fertilizer to target beneficiary households in Project target communes in wet season 2013. A total of 27 participants (including 03 female) from commune councils and district authority together with PPMU and PDA officials participated in the workshop.

 

III.    The subsidized sale of seeds and fertilizers for wet season 2013 was successfully organized on 26-27 in August 2013 in the ten target communes in Kampong Speu province. There were 2,375 eligible beneficiaries with 36% women headed households who bought the subsidized seeds and fertilizers. The detailed sale report was prepared and sent to CPMU. The total quantity of seeds and fertilizers sold in the province are 90,675 Kilograms of IR66; 90,375 Kilograms of DAP; 150,525 Kilograms of Urea; 4,608 Packets of vegetable seeds.

 

IV.    Resulting from the OVMs organized on 29-30 October 2013, there were 352 eligible farmers with 32% female beneficiaries who ordered the subsidized seeds and fertilizers from the scheme for the dry season 2013. The total quantity of inputs demanded are 15,075 kilograms of IR66, 15,075 kilograms of DAP, 24,650 kilograms of Urea and 767 Baskets of vegetable seeds (equivalent to 154.57 Kilograms).

 

V.    For the period of 11-25 December 2013, the subsidized sale of seeds and fertilizers for dry season 2013 was carried out in seven target communes of Kampong Speu province. CPMU specialists supported the whole sale process with the presence of independent monitor, CEDAC. As a result, there were 300 households (Including 87 WHH) who bought seeds and fertilizers at the subsidized price. The total quantity of seeds and fertilizers sold were of 13,325 Kilograms of IR66, 13,325 Kilograms of DAP, 21,725 Kilograms of Urea and 271 Baskets of vegetable seed.

 

VI.    After organizing the communal guiding workshop on the OVM procedures in 10 target communes of Kampong Speu province, the OVMs had been held in collaboration with village chiefs and commune councillors for the period of 27-29 January 2014. The OVM’s original objectives are to verify the cultivated land sizes and to identify the real demand of seeds and fertilizers for the coming rainy season 2014. As a result, there were 3,267 households (Including 1,238 WHH) who registered for buying subsidized seeds and fertilizers at the subsidized price. The total quantity of seeds and fertilizers demanded are 145,400 Kilograms of rice seed (Phka Rumdoul), 145,075 Kilograms of DAP, 233,200 Kilograms of Urea, and 823 Kilograms of vegetable seeds.

 

VII.    On 28 April 2014, the national guiding meeting on the subsidized sale of seeds and fertilizers was organized by CPMU team. Then, PPMU & PDA officers conducted the communal workshops in 10 target communes in June 2014. Its objectives were to present the sale procedures and the sale schedule. Moreover, the beneficiary lists were also distributed to village chiefs for further disseminating to eligible farmers well in advance.

 

VIII.    The subsidized sale of seeds and fertilizers was conducted on 22-26 May 2014 in 10 target communes of Kampong Speu province. As a result, there were a total of 2,916 households (Including 1,086 WHH) who bought seeds and fertilizers at the subsidized price from the project. The total quantity of seeds and fertilizers sold were 134,775 Kilograms of Rice seed (Phka Rumdoul), 134,700 Kilograms of DAP, 215,350 Kilograms of Urea and 2,831 Bags of the vegetable seeds.

 

IX.    The communal workshops were organized on 4 August 2014 in 7 target communes of Kampong Speu with 71 participants (including 10 females) who are commune councillors, clerk, village chiefs and others concerned. It aimed at presenting the OVM procedures and work out the actual OVM schedule. Then, OVMs were conducted in all target villages in collaboration with commune and village authorities. As a result, there were totally 168 beneficiaries (Including 55 WHH) who registered to buy the subsidized seeds and fertilizers from the project. The total quantity of seeds and fertilizers demanded are 6,475 Kilograms of rice seed (Sen Kra Oub), 6,475 Kilograms of DAP, 10,750 Kilograms of Urea and 24.165 Kilograms of vegetable seeds.

 

X.    The communal workshops on the subsidized sale were organized by PPMU officers with support from the PF on 10 November 2014 in six target communes of Kampong Speu. There were 89 participants including 9 females who are commune councillors, clerk, village chiefs and others concerned. Then, the subsidized sales for the dry season 2014 were conducted for 12-17 November 2014 in six target communes in collaboration with commune and village authorities. As a result, there were totally 118 beneficiaries (Including 39 WHH) who bought the quality seeds and fertilizers at the subsidized price from the project. The total quantity of seeds and fertilizers sold are 4,750 Kilograms of rice seed (Sen Kra Oub), 4,750 Kilograms of DAP, 7,800 Kilograms of Urea and 124 Packages of vegetable seeds.

 

XI.    There was the national workshop on the wet season 2014 distribution assessment on 5th February 2015. The field work was conducted by the PPMU officers, monitor team and PF during 23-27 February 2015. As a result, 214 selected ID poor 1 & 2 households were interviewed. The PPMU officers, monitors and PF had done the data entry and sent the updated database to the CPMU.

 

XII.    The national workshop on the dry season 2014 distribution assessment was organized by the CPMU on 26 March 2015 with the presence of the PPMU technical officer, monitors and provincial facilitator. Its objectives were to review the draft questionnaire and introduce the field work scheduled to finish the direct interview by 10 April 2015. However, it was postponed due to the fact that the rice production in some provinces has not been harvested.

 

XIII.    On 28th May 2015, the dry season 2014 distribution assessment was jointly conducted by the PPMU officer, provincial facilitator and monitor team. There were 21 beneficiaries interviewed. The completed questionnaires were reviewed and sent to the CPMU for further data entry.


B. Seed Production


XIV.    The CPMU, through GDA and PDA, endorsed the engagement of Thmey Samaki Association located in Chbar Mon city, Kampong Speu province to produce 140 tons of quality rice seed (IR66).

 

C. Emergency Preparedness and Mitigation in Agriculture

 

XV.    During the subsidized sale for wet and dry seasons 2013 and wet season 2014, leaflets on improved cultivation practices were distributed to all eligible beneficiaries.

 

XVI.    From 9 to 10 September 2013, the PPMU officers assisted the Agriculture Specialist from CPMU to conduct scoping study to identify of community projects in Pheary Meanchey, Teuk Laak, and Phneay commune. Focus group discussions with CC members were organized, complemented by direct interview with some ID poor households in each of the visited communes. A total of 24 participants (including 14 females) participated in the study.  The purpose of the study was to identify appropriate pro-poor community projects to help improve livelihoods, especially of poor women in EFAP-AF target communes. The community needs were identified and reported by the Agriculture Specialist.

 

XVII.    For the period of 01-25 October 2013, the PDA (With technical support from GDA) carried out training on improved cultivation practices for rice crop and vegetables to target beneficiary households in various villages of 10 target communes, three districts in Kampong Speu province. A total of 300 target farmers have received the training with 53% female participants.  Most of them are satisfied with the training course and going to applied those improved technology/practices for increasing their rice yield production and further disseminating those good practices to other farmers in their villages.

 

XVIII.    Additionally, there were 120 farmers (Including 97 female) from four target communes namely Phneay, Khtom Khrang, Nitean and Svay Chacheb communes, who participated in four training sessions on vegetable production conducted by the PDA trainers for 24-28 March 2014. The rest of training activities will be completed in the the 3rd quarter 2015.

 

XIX.    For April-May 2014, PDA trainer team conducted training courses on vegetable production, composts and natural pesticides production, and post-harvest techniques. Totally, there were 1,101 poor farmers (Including 634 female headed households) from 10 target communes participated in those trainings.

 

XX.    As of 30 September 2014, the PDA had conducted 11 demo farms in eight target commune. The technical officers had followed up and collected data on the growing details of IR66 and Chulsar varieties of those demo farms. Three PDA officers had attended the national training workshop on vegetable and mushroom production techniques and agricultural conservation organized by GDA on 28-30 August 2014.


XXI.    The planning meeting cum workshop on implementation of farmer technical congress, mushroom cultivation and compost making trainings was organized jointly by CPMU and GDA teams at the Cambodiana Hotel on 12 January 2015 with participation from all concerned stakeholders. Then, the CPMU had invited the PPMU finance officer and PF to participate the guiding meeting on the agriculture events planning, budget procedures on 26 January 2015. The PDA team had prepared the budget proposal basing on the actual demand.

 

The CPMU approved the PDA proposal of US$ 83,793.68 on 11th March 2015 to finance 56 farmer technical congress, 15 mushroom cultivation and 19 demonstrations, and 9 compost makings with 10 demonstrations. The first advance of US$ 8,964.50 was disbursed to cover five congresses, six mushroom trainings with nine demonstrations, and three compost trainings with three demonstrations.


XXII.     As of 30 June 2015, there were 56 farmer technical congresses with total participant of 15,864 (including 9,017 females), 15 mushroom cultivation trainings and 19 demonstrations with participant of 492 (including 169 females), and 9 compost makings trainings with 10 demonstrations with participant of 196 (including 104 females) conducted by the PDA trainers under the follow-up action made by the CPMU/PPMU officers and monitors. The preliminary report was made and sent the agriculture specialist. The final clearance of all supporting documents was expected to be made in early July 2015. Then, the total actual costs will be reported and the total cash balance will be transferred back to the CPMU by then. 

 
OUTPUT III: IMPROVED CAPACITY TO MAINSTREAM FOOD SECURITY


A. Mainstreaming Food Security and Nutrition

 

I.    On 19 September 2013, a consultation meeting between CPMU FS specialists and PPMU project manager, officers, PCDM officers and provincial facilitator was organized at the deputy provincial governor’s office. The meeting aimed at assessing the capacity needs of PCDM, and getting to understand organizational arrangement, especially related to the capacity to manage the FSNIS at the provincial level and how EFAP-AF could support its existing setup.

 

II.    The national trainer pool for FSN of CARD, with the support from the (EFAP-AF) conducted a three-day provincial FSN training at the provincial hall on 30 October to 01 November 2013. A total of 30 provincial government officials (Including 8 women) participated in the training. The main objectives of the training were:


a.    to make aware provincial officials about the basic concept of Food Security and Nutrition;
b.    to build capacity on methodology for analyzing the situation of FSN in the province; and
c.    to identify intervention strategies and other activities to integrate of FSN into provincial development plan.


III.    A provincial training on food security and nutrition data collection and village disaster management was organized by the CARD and NCDM trainer team on 13th February 2015. There were representatives from target communes and districts and PPMU officers of 42 people (including 5 female) were participated in the training. Its objectives are to introduce the food security concept, village disaster management, nutrition data collection tools and forward work-plan.

 

IV.    On 9th June 2015, the CARD/NCDM trainers organized the follow-up provincial training on food security and nutrition data collection and village disaster management at the provincial hall. It was expected to use the set tools for collecting data and information at the village level for piloting and consolidating up to district and provincial levels. Atotal of 24 representatives (Including 4 females) from the target district and communes participated in the training.


OUTPUT IV: EFFECTIVE PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION AND MANAGEMENT


A. Project Management

 

I.    The CPMU conducted a sensitization workshop in the province on 19 November 2012. The main objective was to disseminate information related to the Project, and to train local authorities on identification of beneficiary households. A total of 33 (including 05 female) participants from commune councils and district authority together with PPMU, PDRD, PDOWRAM and PDA officials participated in the workshop.

 

II.    The CPMU conducted a Project launch workshop on 24 December 2012. A total of 5   (including 2 female) staffs participated in the workshop.

 

III.    On 15 February 2013, the CPMU organized a training workshop on project financial management which led by the financial assistant. The PPMU financial officer and the provincial facilitator were invited to participate in the workshop.

 

IV.    A consultation meeting on subsidized sale of seed and fertilizer was conducted at PPMU Office with participations of H.E Project Director and staffs from PPMU, PDA and CPMU. The meeting discussed the preparation for the subsidized sale of rice and vegetable seed and fertilizer to beneficiaries for dry season 2013. With instruction from the Project Director, the PDA staff was assigned to the fields to determine the target communes and villages for dry season subsidized program. The Project Manager expressed her high appreciation for the project team’s effort for the success of the first subsidized sale.

 

V.    A two-day basic GPS training was conducted in Kampong Speu on September 09-10, 2013 with participation from 1 PPMU staff. After the in-class training, field practice was conducted on project sites. In addition, the PPMU Office internet network was installed unsuccessfully.

 

VI.    Two PPMU officials and provincial facilitator attended the guiding meeting on subsidized sale of seed and fertilizers for the next coming dry season 2013 organized by CPMU on 22nd November 2013.

 

VII.    On 25-26 November 2013, five officials from the PPMU, PDRD, PDoWRAM and PDA and provincial facilitator were invited to participate in the PPMS and M & E workshop. It aimed at assisting all PPMUs to operate the “Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System” and supporting good management.

 

VIII.    The ADB review mission and the project team-leader had a brief meeting with PPMU and CPs management and officers, discussing on the overall status of provincial project implementation and other relevant issues at the provincial governor’s office meeting room on 13th December 2013. The delegation continued visiting the CFW road and canal sub-project sites and meeting with target beneficiary HHs and commune councillors and village chiefs for better understanding about their needs, concerns and immediate outcomes of the project. Finally, the wrap up meeting was conducted at the MEF on 20th December 2013 with the presence of all involved stakeholders (Including PPMU manager and provincial facilitator) to discuss on the draft Aid Memore and the agreed action plan.

 

IX.    On 20 January 2013, the provincial workshop on the subsidized sale result in the dry season 2013 and the OVM procedures for wet season 2014 was organized with the presidency of H.E Vong Sandap. The representatives from PPMU, PDA, and target district and commune authorities participated in the workshop. A presentation on the provincial subsidized sale result in the dry season 2013 and the brief OVM procedures were made at the meeting room of the provincial governor’s office.

For 10-12 February 2014, seven representatives from PPMU, PDRD, PDoWRAM, PDA participated in the IA & BLS result presentations.


X.    The introduction training on the assessment of the subsidized sale in wet season 2013 was conducted by the CPMU community specialist on 03-04 March 2014. Six participants from PPMU and PDA attended the training. Its objectives were to introduce the questionnaire, sampling techniques, and to conduct the pre-testing exercise of questionnaire at the village level. As a result of the interview, 230 questionnaires were completed in five target communes as scheduled.

 

XI.    On 1-2 April 2014, the CPMU expert team organized the PPMS pilot training with seven participants from PPMU, CPs and Sovanna Phum organization. All participants were asked to test the format by filling up with the real figures from all concerned project actors for January-March 2014. As of June 2014, there were two PPMS formats completed and sent to CPMU.

 

XII.    On 6 June 2014, the CPMU organized the national workshop on the assessment of wet and dry season 2013 inputs distribution with five participants from PPMU & PDA, Kampong Speu province. Its objectives were to presence the software for the data entry, to discuss the draft questionnaire and to present the draft schedule of assessment of dry season 2013 input distribution.


 
XIII.    The PPMU officers and PF had completed the data entry exercise of the assessment of wet season 2013 inputs distribution and sent to CPMU expert both database and 230 questionnaires. Then, on 19-20 June 2014, PPMU had conducted the field interview of the assessment of dry season 2013 input distribution in four randomly selected target communes. There were 53 questionnaires completed and reviewed and ready for the data entry undertaking.

 

XIV.    On 25 July 2014, a midterm review workshop on overall project progress, encountered issues and forward plan including the OVM procedures for dry season 2014 input distribution was organized by CPMU in Sihanuok Ville. There were eight participants (two females) of PPMU, CPs and PF in Kampong Speu province.

 

XV.    The data entry for the assessment of dry season 2013 input distribution was jointly done and the final database had been sent to the CPMU community specialist for analysis and reporting. In August, the PPMU officer and PF coordinated the newly recruited monitor team to pre-test the designed questionnaires of the project benefits assessment. Moreover, PPMU has collected data and information from the involved stakeholders namely PDRD, PDoWRAM, PDA and Sovann Phuom organization for further consolidating the provincial PPMS formats.

 

XVI.    On 12 September 2014, there was a TA meeting organized to discuss on the overall project implementation progress, issues, and forward plan. A national guiding workshop on dry season 2014 quality seeds and fertilizers distribution was held on 30 September 2014. The TA team meeting was organized in the afternoon to discuss on the PPMS completion, all preparations for ADB review mission.  

 

XVII.    On 11th December 2014, there was a national workshop on the CFW impact assessment organized by the CPMU at the Cambodiana Hotel. There were two PPMU officers who attended the workshop. The objectives of the workshop are to review the draft questionnaires and the field-work plan. Then for 18-22 December 2014, the group discussions to assess the CFW impact were conducted jointly by CPMU and PPMU team. As a result, there were 14 completed questionnaires reviewed and sent to the CPMU for further analysis and reporting.


 
XVIII.    In the morning of 29th December 2014, the guiding workshop on the implementation of farmer technical congress, mushroom cultivation and compost making was, in collaboration with PPMU team, conducted by the CPMU management. The preliminary data summary from the workshop was collected and verified for sending to the CPMU.

 

XIX.    On 30th October 2014, the PPMU manager attended the wrap-up meeting of the ADB review mission at the meeting room of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

 

XX.    For 29-27 November 2014, a post distribution assessment was conducted in 11 villages consisting of 80 interviewees including 28 females. H.E Vong Sandap, project director, visited the beneficiaries and project sites in Nitean commune, Borsedth district, Kampong Speu province. There were about 85 beneficiaries (Including 48 Female) participated the meeting.

 

XXI.    The provincial, district and commune representatives participated in the Project’s “Handover of Hardwares for improving the food security and disaster management data base at the sub-national level” presided by H.E Dr. AUN Pornmoniroth, Minister, Ministry of Economy and Finance organized on 31st March 2015 at the Phnom Penh Hotel. The hardware includes motorcycles, computers with printers and solar electric systems.

 

XXII.    On 2nd April 2015, there was an hand-over event for distributing 13 motorcycles to the target district and commune authorities presided by H.E Ou Sam Uon, provincial Governor, provincial project director with the participation of manager and other officers.


 
XXIII.    There was a provincial workshop on the SHGs capacity strengthening and possible community supports organized by the CPMU management team on 7th May 2015 at the Salaket meeting room. Its objectives were to present the overall status of the SHGs capacity development and identify building of commune Dissemmination and Training Center at each commune office. The representatives from target districts and communes and from the PPMU were invited and participated in the workshop.


   
XXIV.    H.E Vong Sandap, the project director, accompanied by the CPMU/PPMU officers and provincial facilitator, presided over the distribution event of rice and fertilizers to the Nitean Integrated Agriculture Development Association on 2nd June 2015 at the Nitean commune office.  

 

XXV.    On 25th June 2015, the hand over event of 13 computers and 13 printers to target commune and district authorities were organized at the three target district governor offices. By 28th June 2015, the basic installation of the solar system and user orientation were made. It was also observed by the PPMU officers.

 

XXVI.    The PPMS were updated till 30 June 2015 for sending to the CPMU. The training list and GAM sheets were also updated for sending to the CPMU.