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Work Plan

Cambiodiversity covered 18 months, having started on 15th April 2008 and having ended with 15th October 2009.

The project has been structured in the following work packages:

WORK PACKAGE 1: Coordination and Management

Covering the entire project duration and including general management and coordination activities, as well as the compilation of a mid-term report (January 2009) and a final report (October 2009).

WORK PACKAGE 2: Assessment in Cambodia

Going from the beginning of the project until Month 9 (January 2009) and comprising all major assessment activities: interviews with farmers and stakeholders, review of available publication, documentation, reports, policies, etc. In total, some 180 interviews have been conducted with farmers in several provinces in Cambodia, as well as some 60 with policy makers, scientists and other stakeholders.

WORK PACKAGE 3: Meetings

Encompassing the two main meetings in the project: (1) The project meeting in Phnom Penh in August 2008, including team meetings and first joint interview sessions with farmers; and (2) the International Conference on "Networking onconservation and use of plant genetic resources in Europe and Asia", in Kunming, China, from 02 - 05 September 2008.

WORK PACKAGE 4: Elaboration of recommendations

Building on the outcomes from WP2 and WP3, WP 4 focussed on the joint elaboration of recommendations regarding ways and approaches to further diversify Cambodia's agriculture.

WORK PACKAGE 5: Dissemination

Covering the entire duration of the project and including the set up and maintenance of a project website, hosted on the IDC homepage, as well as the production of general and specific dissemination material. As a final activity, a workshop has been organised in September 2009 in Phnom Penh to inform interested stakeholders and farmers about the outcomes of the Project.

 



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