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Jul 26, 2017

... at ISSRM in Umea, Sweden (June 2017) and at IASC in Utrecht, NL (July 2017).

Sep 30, 2016

Issue 7 on Refuge and Asylum.

Dec 26, 2015

Issue 6 on Development cooperation.

May 2, 2015

The cp3 project has started on 1 May 2015.

May 2, 2015

Issue 5 on Parliamentary staff.

Promoting Biodiversity Conservation in Cambodia

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The project Promoting Biodiversity Conservation in Cambodia - Cambiodiversity has been implemented from April 2008 to October 2009, covered by the Commission for Development Studies at the OeAD Gmbh (KEF). It involved IDC (Coordinator), the Royal University of Agriculture, Cambodia (RUA) and the University of Natural Ressources and Applied Life Sciences in Vienna (BOKU).

The major aim of Cambiodiversity has been to assess the probability and conditions for a sustainable diversification of the Cambodian rice-predominated agriculture. By considering the technical, economic and social context, the project was to analyse the main reasons for the current predominance of rice and to evaluate the potential for agricultural diversification in Cambodia. Based on extensive assessment activities, including interviews with some 180 farmers, as well as with some 60 policy makers. scientists and other stakeholders in Cambodia, the project participants have jointly elaborated recommendations on how the Cambodian Agriculture could be diversified in a way that respects the interests and concerns from the local population while contributing to poverty alleviation and sustainable development.



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