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    • Inception and Planning Workshop Sustaining and Enhancing the Momentum for Innovation and Learning around the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) in the Lower Mekong River Basin Cambodia Group
    • - “Enhance rainfed smallholder farmers capacity confronting climate change sustainably by applying SRI through Participatory Action Research in order to improve food security, income and occupational health status”. Project Goal
    • The immediate objectives of the projects: 1. To increase the capacity of the SRI Secretariat to be functioned well as a coordination body to promote SRI application; 2. To identify appropriate techniques through participatory action researches at research institutes, academic schools and farmer level ; 3. To strengthen the capacity of human resources at national, provincial, district and farmers level to promote SRI; Project Objective
    • Target Province for mplementing Mekong SRI Poject
    • 1. Obj 1: To increase the capacity of the SRI Secretariat to be functioned well as a coordination body to promote SRI application; - Organize SRI net work meeting - Gathering all relevant information on SRI from Stakeholders and make them available for contribution; - Provide technical backstopping visit for strengthening SRI application; - Coordinate with public Institutions and NGOs for SRI promotion and application Activities
    • Obj. 2: To identify appropriate techniques through participatory action researches at research institutes, academic schools and farmer level; - Conduct participatory appraisal - Carry out baseline survey - Identify critical SRI practices for conducting more researches - Conduct participatory action researches on farms and at stations; - Conduct conference/seminar for share learning experiences with internal and national stakeholders; - Document all findings from the PAR Activities
    • 3. To strengthen the capacity of human resources at national, provincial, district and farmers level to promote SRI application; - Conduct inception and planning workshop - Conduct mini-TOT at target provinces, - Conduct Farmer Field School (FFS) and Student Field School; - Set up on farms demonstration in FFS; - Organize study visits; - Organize post-FFS activities; - Set up M&E system to identify and promote SRI application; - Develop extension materials - Conduct annual workshop Activities
    • Annual Workplan from April to Dec 2013 No Activities Semester 1 Budget/ Person Apr May June Output resource responsible 1 Prepare Country Strategy Paper A draft CSP Finalize Country Strategy Paper A final CSP 2 Set up Project Structure - Identify PMU institution and member Structure PMU - Establish LMU and select district staff Structure LMU
    • Annual Workplan from April to Dec 2013 No Activities 1 Semester 2 Budget/ Person June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Output resource Responsibl e 4 Conduct National Project Inception workshop 1st W Final Workplan, Dissimilation information 8000 PMU 5 Conduct Participatory Rural Appraisal Report 6000 PMU and Expert 6 Indentify targeted districts and farmers Selected targets PMU 7 Base line survey Background information 7000 PMU 8 Design CFPAR and develop curricula of Mini-TOT, FFS and post-FFS on PAR Curriculum developed 10,000 PMU
    • Thank You