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PROJECT ELEMENTS

INDICATORS

TARGETS 2015 (and Baseline if available)

RESULTS

ACHIEVED 2015

  1. Development Objective:

“Poverty alleviation through strengthening of farmers’ economy and their civil society organizations”

 

Impact indicators

  • 2500 farmers or 20% of poor farmers in the project area has improve their income to above the national poverty line from less than 1.5$ a day to at least 5 USD a day per person

 

  • Performance of CSOs contribute to improvement of farmers’ economy ( 5 cooperative, 25 SHGs*

       (# of SHGs can be varied)

 

  • 1250 farmers
  • 3 existing cooperatives
  • 1 cooperative network (including 11 new cooperatives)
  • 15 SHG / 10 VSLA
  • 150 student

 

 

 

 

  • 1139 farmers / 622 female participate in their CBOs activities and  trainings such as small business training, saving for business training conducted and coordinated by cooperatives and VSLA (Jan-Dec 2015)
  • 100.7 % = 3071 of 3000 target farmers has income in average of 2.5 USD which is above poverty line  (2014)
  • 3 existing Cooperatives has improve gradually its functioning operation with increased 15% incomes (accumulated till June 2015)
  • 1  regulation and by –law of cooperative network (to be alliance) is developed and put into use among all 12 cooperatives
  • 15 SHGs / 10 VSLA member increased access to capital to setting up business and get trained the HRBA, VSLAs principle with study-cycle methodology. (accumulated till Dec 2015)
  • 288 student received 3 training courses about the basic agriculture knowledge(Jan-Dec 2015)
  • 7 existing SHGs gradually converted to VSLAs model and 2 new VSLAs model established

(Jan-Dec 2015)

  • The ministry of agriculture visited target cooperatives and advise to start with cooperative networks as law on cooperative alliance is being drafted still
  1. Project Objective:

“Enhancing community based farmer organizations for sustainable agricultural yield and income improvement for farming communities in rural Siem Reap”

Outcome indicators

  • Rice increased by 70% by the end of project
  • 50% of income of farmers are from Vegetable, fruits production by the end of project
  • Commercial live-stock production increased by 15% by the end of project
  • Farmers increased their sale by 20% through cooperatives
  • Individual poor farmer capital increased by 50% by the end of the project through SHGs
  • At least 300 students are become a creative and innovative farmers

 

  • A survey on farmer based CBOs is conducted establishment
  • rice yield increased from 2tones to 3.5 tons per Ha
  • at least 25% of target farmers have increased income from F&V production
  • farmers increased their income by 20% from sale their products through cooperatives
  • At least 25% of the target students engaged in innovative farming.
  • A detail information of farmers, CBO, cooperatives totally 25 cooperatives and 82 SHGs  are collected and 12 cooperatives are interested to become members of the union (Jan-Dec 2015)

 

  • 20 % = 472 new farmers report increased on dry season rice farming from 2.00 tons in average 3.3 tons per ha

 

  • 18.56% = 464 new farmers report increased income from F&V by 24% higher than previous years

 

  •  213 farmers of 3 cooperative members report their income increase by 15% of monthly income from 98 USD to 112.USD per month from cooperative businesses (accumulated till June 2015)

 

 

  • 288 students are oriented and trained on commercial and innovative farming and 18% = 28 students apply at home / supporting

 

c. Components:

Component1: Siem Reap's Provincial Agricultural Cooperative Union Establishment

 

Output 1.1: At least one potential farmer Group/ Association / unofficial cooperatives from 12 district is identified

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • A survey on potential Farmer Group/ Association / unofficial cooperatives in 12 district in completed
  • An action plan is developed to support potential Farmer Group/ Association / unofficial cooperatives

 

 

 

  • A survey on farmer based CBOs is conducted establishment  in Siem Reap province
  • An action plan is developed to support potential Farmer Cooperative (network)

 

 

 

  • A detail information of farmers, CBO, cooperatives totally 25 cooperatives and 82 SHGs  are collected and 7 cooperatives are interested to become members of the union (Jan-June 2015)
  • A survey on existing cooperatives and SHGs is carried out to collect detail information of farmers and farmer based CBO and cooperatives in Siem Reap province. The result of the finding is that there are totally 25 cooperatives and 82 SHGs. 7 cooperatives are interested to become members of the union.  1982 female / 713 female  were discussed (Jan-June 2015)

 

  • The project during the survey, conduct education on cooperative union role and how it benefit to farmers in the long run to 1982 female / 713 female in 10 districts has awareness on cooperative union (Jan-June 2015)

 

  • An action plan is developed to support potential Farmer Cooperative (network) and approved by network committee an department of agriculture

 

 

Output 1.2: At least one potential farmer Group/ Association / unofficial cooperatives from 12 district is established

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Output indicators

 

  • A survey on potential Farmer Group/ Association / unofficial cooperatives in 12 district in completed
  • By-law and Regulation and job-description for cooperative alliance (network) is developed

 

 

 

 

  • 1 cooperative network (including 11 new cooperatives)
  • One by-law & Regulation for the cooperative alliance (networks)
  • One consultation with department of cooperative promotion of ministry of  culture

 

 

 

 

 

  • One cooperative network committee (to be converted to alliance when law comes into effect) 11 members including 5 female elected.
  • By-law and regulation for cooperative networks is approved by the committee and submit to department of agriculture for approval (pending) and cc ministry of agriculture,
  • Director of cooperative extension office of ministry of agriculture visit target cooperative and consulted on cooperative network establishment. He supports that

 

  1. Component 2

Convert and apply (VSLA) model to existed SHGs

 

Output 2.1:

Promote (VSLA) model to apply among existed SHGs in 3 communes/ At least 10 VSLA are formed from 45 existing SHGs in three communes

  • All 25 existing SHGs are transformed into at least 20 VSLA and
  • All 25 existing SHGs are trained and supported to practice STUDY-CYCLE and HRBA
  • 15 SHG
  • 10 VSLA

 

  • 10 existed SHGs fully converted as 10 VSLA model

(accumulated till Dec 2015)

  • 5 New VSLA model fully established

(accumulated till Dec 2015)

  • 10 SHGs and 5 new VSLA integrating study cycle into monthly meetings and promote HRBA in their group

 

 

Output 2.2:

Provide capacity building to newly formed VSLA including HRBA and Study Cycle

  • At least 70% of the VSLA applying HRBA and study cycle.
  • their capital increased at least by 50% in the VSLA annually
  • At least 30% of members increased in the 10 VSLA annually
  • At least 80% of the VSLA leaders are women

 

  • 15 SHG
  • 10 VSLA
  • 12 cooperatives

 

  • 10 VSLA / 15 SHG /12 cooperatives and farmers report of increased knowledge on farming by joining study cycle session and HRBA (accumulated till Dec  2015)
  • About 50% of VLSA/SHG apply HRBA and Study cycle
  • 3 cooperatives apply HRBA / Study cycle
  • 9 new targets cooperatives are not applying HRBA/Study cycle yet
  1. Component 3

Support the establishment of new cooperatives in new-target-districts and Capacity building

 

Output: 3.1:

Two news cooperative are established and registered officially

 

Changed to:

One new cooperative establishment + one cooperative network (to be alliance)

 

  • Two new cooperatives are established in Samrong commune, Sotnikum district and Trey Nhor commune, Pouk district, Siem Reap province
  • Cooperatives’ management committees have capacity and apply cooperative principles in practice;
  • two new established cooperatives are recognized by the Government;
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  • Two new cooperatives  (Trey Nhoir and Samrong)

 

  • Changed to:

One new cooperative establishment + one cooperative network (to be alliance)

 

 

  • Project decides not to establish new cooperative but focus on building existing one instead (Jan-June 2015)
  • 1  regulation and by –law of cooperative network (to be alliance) is developed and put into use among all 12 cooperatives

 

  • One election is conducted to selct cooperative committee (Trey Nhor commune) by farmer members
  • One new cooperative is established (Trey Nhoir)

 

Output: 3.2 :

Provide capacity building to new cooperative including  Human Right-Base Approach (HRBA) and study-cycle

  • Cooperatives’ members sell their products through cooperatives;
  • Management committees advocate for the interests of their members
  • Cooperatives’ members fully understand Farmer Right , Human Right, Right (HRBA)
  • Two new cooperatives are trained and supported to practice STUDY-CYCLE

 

  • 1250 farmers
  • 3 existing cooperatives
  • 1 cooperative network (including 11 new cooperatives)
  • 15 SHG / 10 VSLA

Understand and apply HRBA (right holders) and Study cycle to improve their ongoing leaning and sharing knowledge

  • 1139 farmers / 622 female participate in their CBOs activities and  trainings on HRBA and Study Cycles practices
  • 12 cooperatives /15 SHGs / 10 VSLA member increased access to capital to setting up business and get trained the HRBA, VSLAs principle with study-cycle methodology
  • Members sell their products through cooperative increase by 20% in 2015
  1. Component 4 :

Provide Capacity Building to Existed Cooperatives (Cooperatives Operation + Business Operation)

 

Output 4.1:

Provide capacity building to two new and three existing  farmer cooperatives (cooperation operation and business operation)

 

 

 

  • 100% = 4 cooperatives has the capacity to practice their operation and business plan
  • Cooperatives’ management

 

 

 

 

  • 5 cooperatives = 3 existing + 2 news cooperative
  • revised to 4 cooperative (= 3 existing + 1 new cooperative and 1 cooperative network) in July 2015

 

 

 

 

  • 100% of three existing cooperatives has business plans   (accumulated till Jun 2015)
  • One of the them (Keo Poar) add smoked fish business (Till Dec 2015)
  • One new cooperative (Trey Nhoir) has developed operation and business plan , but no business yet in 2015.

 

 

Output 4.2:

Cooperatives have capacity to operate and provide services to members

  • 3 cooperative committees have full capacity in independent and autonomous level in business, service operation and one new cooperative is still weak due to recent establishment
  • Increased services to members by 50% (compared to business plan) and income from cooperative business by 30% annually
  • at least 20% = 600 farmers sells their product through cooperatives
  • The cooperative have full capacity to practice their businesses according to business plan
  • The three existing cooperatives are trained and supported to practice STUDY CYCLE
  • 100% = 3 cooperative are providing advocate service of negotiation with supplier. whole buyer  for better prices and advocate with commune council on integrate farmers need into commune Investment plan (CIP)

 

  • 5 cooperatives = 3 existing + 2 news cooperative
  • revised to 4 cooperative = 3 existing + 2 news cooperative after July 2015 SEA monitoring visit

 

  • farmers of 3 cooperative members report their income increase by 15% of monthly income from 98 USD to 112.USD per month from cooperative businesses (accumulated till June 2015)
  • 3 cooperative committees have full capacity in independent and autonomous level in business, service operation and
  • one new cooperative is still weak due to recent establishment
  • This year 2015, Cooperative adds a new service ( +30% of total service) of paddy rice whole sale scheme among members on top of it exising three service of loan, fertilizer supply , rice milling  services. so the service to members increased by 25%
  • 100%of the three target cooperatives = 2 cooperative are providing advocate service of negotiation with supplier. whole buyer  for better prices (Fertilizers/tools and transport)  and advocate with commune council on integrate farmers need into commune Investment plan (CIP) on 1. Commune Water Pump Station 2. Small canal 3. intervene on bad rice traders who cheat farmers on weight of rice, and some do not pay last amount money to farmers on rice sale deal (Jan-June 2015)

 

 

  1. Component 5 :

Promote young farmers for basic agriculture knowledge (including secondary / high school students)

 

Output 5.1:

Provide innovative agricultural skill to local youth (future farmers) so that they can improve their life-skill from the early age

 

 

 

 

 

  • At least 5 models of innovative farming at 2 high school by students and youth farmers

 

 

 

 

 

  • 5 model farms at schools
  • 150 student

 

 

  • 5 model of innovative agricultural farms developed at 02 schools participated by 76 students including 23 female. 14 students (8 female) are interested and working with their parent to start up innovative vegetable farms at their home yards

 

Output 5.2:

One youth club is established and active in initiate and promoting innovative farming

  • At least 300 students are engaged, trained on innovative agricultural technologies and right based approach (HRBA)

 

  • 150 students at 2 high school
  • One farmer youth club established
  • At least 300 students are trained and supported to practice STUDY CYCLE

 

 

  • 148= 99.2% of students (68 female) from 02 secondary schools in target commune trained on  innovative agricultural skill, study cycle and HRBA

 

 

  1. Component 6 :

Project Management

 

Output 6.1:

Project planning, internal monitoring and evaluation (PME) and coordination are carried out in accordance with We Effect requirements

  • Quality work plan and cost effective
  • Clear budgeting

100% work plan meet to cost effective

  • 90% of work plan and cost effective is evaluated by internal CTO management team
  • 90% clear budgeting due to on-going spending current (underspent + underspent situation)

Output 6.2:

Project reporting is carried out in accordance with We Effect requirements

  • Quality of the reports
  • Timely submission of the reports
  • 100%  satisfy of report quality and deadline
  • 70% of quality of the report as CTO always have comment and correction from WEEFFECT
  • 80% timely submission of the report due to often overlapping time on public holiday &  staff leave or management was assigned on other priority