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PPCR Table 4 Date of Report: July/30/2018
PPCR Core Indicator 4: Extent to which vulnerable households, communities, businesses and public sector services use improved PPCR supported tools, instruments, strategies, activities to respond to Climate Variability and Climate Change        
Data Collection Method: Data collected for each project and compiled at the PPCR investment plan level      
Country Aggregate Report
Reporting Period: From: January 1, 2017 To: 31-Dec-17    
A- Tools/instruments developed for the Households               
# Name of the tool/invest model  Project Number of Households  Please describe how the tools, instruments, strategies, and activities developed by the project have help households increase their adaptive or resilience capacity.
Title:  Actual results (Cumulative since project started) Expected Results Please provide 1  example from the project for each of the tools/instruments identified 
         
1 Climate resilience irrigation scheme Rice Commercilization Sector Development Program 2,800 10,000 Farmer households will benefit frombetter yields through improved /new/rehabilitated irrigation and drainage services 
2 Weather index crop insurance scheme   0 10,560 Adaptive capacity of farm households will increase from having insurance coverage that will offset crop loss from changes in weather index.
3 Land Leveling to improve water efficiency and crop productivity    661 30,000 Farmer households income will increase through better yields and water use efficiency, and farmers will be trained to adopt water saving technologies.
1 Flood and drought forcasting model and earlier warning system Enhancement of Flood and Drought Management in Pursat 75 na Improved capacity of NFFC staff from training on hydrologic and hydrodynamic models and improved weather forecasting.
2 Improved flood protection and management infrastructure   0 1,980 The upgraded irrigation infrastructure consists of: (i) a new headworks structure that will protect people from floods by withdrawing irrigation water from the Pursat River to the command area and facilitating a peak flood diversion using the scheme’s main canal, and (ii) an upstream controlled and supply-managed irrigation scheme that will improve agricultural productivity of farmers by providing supplementary irrigation for 16,100 ha of agriculture lands during the wet season, and full irrigation to 8,000 ha of dry season paddy.
3 Community Based Disaster Management System   150 1,980 Community-based disaster risk management activities such as (i) participatory training sessions for communities on CBDRM to improve community disaster preparedness, (ii) development of Village Safer Plans incorporating disaster risk reduction measures, (iii) formation and improved capacity of farmer water user committees (FWUCs) for drought risk management (irrigation) and flood risk management; and (iv) improved agriculture support program for FWUCs to help them diversify their crops and reduce crop irrigation requirements for dry and early wet season crops, will all build household capacity to better manage and mitigate risks associated with increasing climate extremes.
1 40 rainwater harvest ponds for 60ha of home garden crop production Promoting climate resilience agriculture in Koh Kong and Mondul Kiri  50 2,000 Rainwater harvesting ponds will improve household food security and reduce vulnerability to longer dry season drought by providing sufficient water for intensive dry season cropping which includes  (i) water for cattle drinking, (ii) supplementary water for household use; and (iii) irrigation of home gardens. 
2 One climate resilience scheme with a command area of 250ha   0 1,000 Irrigation rehabilitation and climate proofing will help increase productivity and cropping intensities.
3 15 km bioenginneered sea barriers with self closing culverts    15 400 This intervention will improve income from rice and various other crops and will protect coastal communities from saltwater incursion during high tides in December to February. Ta Ok, Ta Meakh and Proteal
4 9,000 ha of forest sustainably managed for eco-system based adaptation   0 900 Rehabilitation and conservation of 9,000 hectares of forest in Mondulkiri province will provide opportunity for diversifying income for the local communities.
  Rehabilitated and upgraded road dykes, dredging of lake and build water supply system  Climate proofing of roads in Prey Veng, Svay Rieng, Kampong Chhnang and Kampong Speu. 0 70,000 Climate resilience work includes mapping of vulnerability to climate change (prip.mpwt.gov.kh), adjustments to road design using cement stabilized subbase, dredging Khset Lake, and building water supply in Kampong Leng.
  Bio-engineering and eco-system based adaptation measures 0 70,000 Planting trees along the road basements.
  Community-based emergency management system 0 20,000 The Emergency Management Center is constructed in Kampong Leng of Kampong Chhnang province which is equipped with rescue boats and emergency warning system.
  Waste water treatment facilities in Battambang, Poipet, and Bavet towns GMS Southern Corridor Town Development 0 29,000 Waste water treatment plants and material recovery facilities (solid waste management) will help to increase public health levels, and environmental quality of towns.
  Flood control and flood protection structure in Battambang and Neak Leoung   0 7,000 Flood control measures will reduce the vulnerability of urban people to floods, and improve productivity of economic enterprises in target towns.
  Embankment protection for flood control in Kg Chhnang Flood resilience infrastructure development in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang as part of Integrated Urban Environment Management in the Tonle Sap Basin 0 8,000 Reconstruction of flood embankment and drainage system will improve the environment conditions and reducevulnerability of  Kampong Chhnang town to flooding, which attract more tourists and resident developments. Residents will have continued access to social services and economic activities in the town (e.g., rice processing mills). Improved flood protection will assist farmers in the eastern part of the municipality to increase agricultural production from two to three crops per year.
  Drainage improvement in Pursat   0 13,000 Drainage improvement will make the stormwater drainage system accommodate more intensive rainfall, increase economic activities in the town, and facilitate residents’ continued access to social service.s
  Community small scale infrastrucrure in pre-identified poor and vulnerable areas in each municipality   0 2,000 Community mobilization and small scale infrastructure will improve adaptive capacity of vulnerable households through improved household sanitation, and increased awareness on climate change and hygiene.
  240 km of rural roads, including 190km in Tboung Kmum province, and 50 km in the Mekong River islands. Climate resilience rural infrastructure in Kampong Cham province   70,000 Climate resilient infrastructure will reduce vulnerability of communities living in the islands from flooding, and provide increased access to critical services during extreme events, such as floods, resulting to increased income for the Mekong islands.
  11 jetties with climate resilience design standards     6,000 Climate-resilient jetties will improve mobility between different sections of the islands, increase adaptive capacity through improved access to social services such as markets, hospitals, schools etc.
  Community Based emergency management     5,000 The community-based emergency management system aims to increase resilience and improve adaptive capacity of communities in the Mekong Islands through improved water access resulting to reduced vulnerability of agriculture to climate change, improved health and safety during extreme climate events,and  diversification of income and livelihood.
  Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Screening Tools Mainstreaming Climate Resilience Into Development Planning na na  
  Adaptation guidelines/manual na na  
  Education curricula on climate change adaptation and DRR 0 5,000 Student booklet in Khmer on climate change and adaptation for secondary curriculum, and 2 climate change modules in Khmer for integration into tertiary curriculum will improve awareness of students on climate change.
  Small grant schemes for community based organizations and NGOs 17,176 21,035 The grant scemes are implemented through the CSO supporting mechnism of ADB with three key outcome: capacity building, implementation of community-based adaptation and DRR projects by CSOs, and development of knowledge products. The grant schemes support small scale community based adaptation projects related to smart agriculture, water supply and sanitation, urban infrastructure, mangrove planting, climate change awareness in schools, and mainstreaming CCADRR in commune investment programs.
  Reports/knowledge products on CBA and DRR na na  
5 Adaptation feasibility study na na  
B: Tools/instruments developed for the Communities               
# Name of the tool/invest model  Project Number of Communities   Please describe how the tools, instruments, strategies, and activities developed by the project have help communities increase their adaptive or resilience capacity.
  Title  Actual results (Cumulative since project started) Expected Results Please provide 1  example from the project for each of the tools/instruments identified 
1 Climate resilience irrigation scheme Rice Commercilization Project tbd 48 villages  Communities will benefit from increased seed and rice production from rehabilitated area and reduced risk from water shortage during early wet season to allow additional crops to be grown prior to wet main season crop which is more vulnerable to extreme weather events.
2 Weather index crop insurance scheme   0 160 villages    Communities will benefit from increased income due to reduced losses from floods and droughts. 100,000 ha of rice producing areas covered by WICI within the three participating provinces.
3 Land Leveling to improve water efficiency and crop productivity    tbd 48 villages  Commune Land Use Plans are developped, which would make farming more climate responsive. About 1240 ha of farmland in 3 provinces are land leveled to improve water use efficiency. 
1 Flood and drought forecasting model and earlier warning system Enhancement of Flood and Drought Management in Pursat na na  
2 Improved flood protection and management infrastructure   0 50 villages 50 villages of Bakan and Kravanh districts are direct beneficiaries of the project.
3 Communiy Based Disaster Management System   46 villages 50 villages 50 communities increased their adaptive capacity through training on CBDRM, and developing Safer Vilage Plans which resulted to better community disaster preparedness.
  40 rainwater harvest ponds for 60ha of home garden crop production Promoting climate resilience agriculture in Koh Kong and Mondul Kiri  1 village 14 villages Rainwater harvesting ponds will benefit 14 villages vulnerable to prolonged droughts.
  One climate resilience scheme with a command area of 250ha   0 1 village Irrigation rehabilitation and climate proofing will help increase productivity and cropping intensities in the villages.
  15 km bioenginneered sea barriers with self closing culverts    5 villages 8 villages Bioengineered sea barriers will improve incomes from rice and various other crops and protect coastal communities from saltwater incursion during high tides in December to February.
  9,000 ha of forest sustainably managed for eco-system based adaptation   0 3 villages Ecosystem based adaptation will improve soil quality and provide safety net to the communities during drought, conserve biodiversity and ecosystems and support local livelihoods through sustainable use  of forest resources in two catchments in Mondulkiri. 
1 Rehabilitated and upgraded road dykes, dredging of lake and build water supply system  Climate proofing of roads in Prey Veng, Svay Rieng, Kampong Chhnang and Kampong Speu.   300 villages   
2 Bio-engineering and eco-system based adaptation measures     300 villages   
3 Community-based emergency management system   44 villages 110 villages   
1 Waste water treatment facilities in 3 provinces GMS Sourrhern corridor town development   123 villages   
2 Flood control and flood protection structure in Battambang and Neak Leoung     67 villages   
1 Embankment protection for flood control in Kg Chhnang Flood resilience infrastructure development in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang   26 villages  Communities (villages) will benefit from reduced losses from floods, and continued access to social services and economic activities.
2 Drainage improvement in Pursat     66 villages   
3 Community small scale infrastrucrure in pre-identified poor and vulnerable areas in each municipality     na  
1 240 km of rural roads, including 190km in Tboung Kmum province, and 50 km in the Mekong River islands. Climate resilience rural infrastructure in Kampong Cham province   400 villages  Improved roads to paved climate-resilient condition will provide access and reduce flooding risk of vulnerable households and communities.
2 11 jetties with climate resilience design standards     35 villages  Improved jetties will increase access and mobility of communities to critical services such as markets, hospitals, schools during extreme events, particularly floods, and therefore increase their adaptive capacity.
3 Community Based emergency management     35 villages  A fully equipped emergency management center will improve human health and safety during both flood and drought events.
1 Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Screening Tools Mainstreaming Climate Resilience Into Development Planning na na  
2 Adaptation guidelines/manual na na  
3 Education curricula on climate change adaptation and DRR na na  
4 Small grant schemes for community based organizations and NGOs 45 communes  50 Climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction activities are integated in the commune investment program (CIP).
5 Reports/knowledge products on CBA and DRR na na  
6 Adaptation feasibility study na na  
C: Tools/instruments developed for the Public services              
# Name of the tool/invest model  Project Number of Public services Please describe how the tools, instruments, strategies, and activities developed by the project have help Public services increase their adaptive or resilience capacity.
  Title  Actual results (Cumulative since project started) Expected Results Please provide 1  example from the project for each of the tools/instruments identified 
1 Climate resilience irrigation scheme Rice Commercilization Project 3 7 MRD, MPWT, MOWRAM, MOE, MAFF, MLMUC, MOT benefit from project outcomes. 
2 Weather index crop insurance scheme   0 5 Public sector service entities will learn from the benefits of introducing new ways to insure crops from impacts of climate change.
3 Land Leveling to improve water efficiency and crop productivity    0 3 Strengthened capacity of provincial agriculture departments in 3 Project provinces in improving efficiency of irrigation water use through land leveling.
1 Flood and drought forcasting model and earlier warning system Enhancement of Flood and Drought Management in Pursat 3 3 Trainings have been provided to the Department of Hydrology and River Works (DHRW) of the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM), CPMU, and the Department of Meteorology (DOM) on hydrologic and hydrodynamic models and improved weather forecasting.
2 Improved flood protection and management infrastructure     na  
3 Community Based Disaster Management System     1 PDOWRAM
1 40 rainwater harvest ponds for 60ha of home garden crop production Promoting climate resilience agriculture in Koh Kong and Mondul Kiri    0 Increased income of store owners in provincial markets from increased crop/vegetable production in home gardens and improved livestock raising.
2 One climate resilience scheme with a command area of 250ha   6 0 One district Botum Sakor, PDAFF, PDWRAM, PDOE, PDRD, PDWA participated in training , consultation, study tours.
3 15 km bioenginneered sea barriers with self closing culverts    6 0 One district Koh Nhek, PDAFF, PDWRAM, PDOE, PDRD, PDWA participated in training , consultation, study tours.
4 9,000 ha of forest sustainably managed for eco-system based adaptation   6 0 One district Keo Seima, PDAFF, PDWRAM, PDOE, PDRD, PDWA participated in training , consultation, study tours.
  Rehabilitated and upgraded road dykes, dredging of lake and build water supply system  Climate proofing of roads in Prey Veng, Svay Rieng, Kampong Chhnang and Kampong Speu.   0  
  Bio-engineering and eco-system based adaptation measures     0  
  Community-based emergency management system     0  
  Waste water treatent facilities in 3 provinces GMS Sourrhern corridor town development   7 Schools, hospitals, pagoda use the model.
  Flood control and flood protection structure in Battambang and Neak Leoung GMS Sourrhern corridor town development   0  
  Embankment protection for flood control in Kg Chhnang Flood resilience infrastructure development in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang   tbd  
  Drainage improvement in Pursat Flood resilience infrastructure development in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang   tbd  
  Community small scale infrastrucrure in pre-identified poor and vulnerable areas in each municipality Flood resilience infrastructure development in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang   tbd  
  240 km of rural roads, including 190km in Tboung Kmum province, and 50 km in the Mekong River islands. Climate resilience rural infrastructure in Kampong Cham province   tbd  
  11 jetties with climate resilience design standards     tbd  
  Community Based emergency management     tbd  
  Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Screening Tools Mainstreaming Climate Resilience Into Development Planning   5 GIS toolkit will be developed to help sector ministries screen climate risks, assess vulnerability for key projects, and incorporate climate risk management into sector guidelines, manuals, and infrastructure design
standards.
  Adaptation guidelines/manual   5 Adaptation manuals will help ministries in key sectors to mainstream climate resilience into development planning.
  Education curricula on climate change adaptation and DRR   12 Schools and colleges will integrate climate change into educational curriculum
  Small grant schemes for community based organizations and NGOs 26 schools in 17 provinces benefit the  CBADRR projects   School children benefit through provision of clean water, rain harvest reservoirs and awareness about climate change and how school can cope with disasters. 
  Reports/knowledge products on CBA and DRR   34 Public sector service entities will use these knowledge procuts in long term planning and mainstreaming.
…. Adaptation feasibility study 6 6 6 adaptation feasibility studies in 4 sectors will help line ministries develop feasibillity studies and identify projects that can enhance climate resilience of vulnerable groups, including women, that have high potential to receive international funding.
D: Tools/instruments developed for the Businesses              
# Name of the tool/invest model  Project Number of Businesses Please describe how the tools, instruments, strategies, and activities developed by the project have help  Businesses  increase their adaptive or resilience capacity.
  Title  Actual results (Cumulative since project started) Expected Results Please provide 1 example from the project for each of the tools/instruments identified   
1 Climate resilience irrigation scheme Rice Commercilization Project   14 4 seed drying and storage facilities will benefit from increased availability of rice for drying, storage, milling, and further processing, while 10 rice mills will be equipped with knowledge to address change in paddy supply patterns induced by climate change.
2 Weather index crop insurance scheme     21 Businesses will benefit from the crop insurance scheme.
3 Land Leveling to improve water efficiency and crop productivity      10 Businesses (rice mills) will will be equipped with knowledge to address change in paddy supply patterns induced by climate change.
1 Flood and drought forcasting model and earlier warning system Enhancement of Flood and Drought Management in Pursat   na  
2 Improved flood protection and management infrastructure     na  
3 Community Based Disaster Management System     na  
1 40 rainwater harvest ponds for 60ha of home garden crop production Promoting climate resilience agriculture in Koh Kong and Mondul Kiri    0  
2 One climate resilience scheme with a command area of 250ha     0  
3 15 km bioenginneered sea barriers with self closing culverts      0  
4 9,000 ha of forest sustainably managed for eco-system based adaptation     0  
1 Rehabilitated and upgraded road dykes, dredging of lake and build water supply system  Climate proofing of roads in Prey Veng, Svay Rieng, Kampong Chhnang and Kampong Speu.   0  
2 Bio-engineering and eco-system based adaptation measures     0  
3 Community-based emergency management system     0  
1 Waste water treatent facilities in 3 provinces GMS Southern corridor town development   102 Hotels, guesthouses, restaurants, benefit from wastewater treatment in Battambang and Poipet.
2 Flood control and flood protection structure in Battambang and Neak Leoung     0 No involvement of private sector yet.
1 Embankment protection for flood control in Kg Chhnang Flood resilience infrastructure development in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang   400 Businesses will benefit from reduced losses from floods, and continued access to social services and economic activities.
2 Drainage improvement in Pursat     550  
3 Community small scale infrastrucrure in pre-identified poor and vulnerable areas in each municipality   0 tbd  
1 240 km of rural roads, including 190km in Tboung Kmum province, and 50 km in the Mekong River islands. Climate resilience rural infrastructure in Kampong Cham province   100 Establishments will benefit from climate resilient rural roads in Kampong Cham province.
2 11 jetties with climate resilience design standards     tbd  
3 Community Based emergency management     tbd  
1 Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Screening Tools Mainstreaming Climate Resilience Into Development Planning na na  
2 Adaptation guidelines/manual na na  
3 Education curricula on climate change adaptation and DRR na na  
4 Feasibility studies na na  
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1. Clearly identify the target population of your instruments / investment models/tools etc. : Is it  Households? Communities? Businesses (private sector), public service entities or a combination thereof (refer to the project documents).
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Actual results: cumulatively report results achieved since the project started implementation. Expected Results: Results expected to be achieved at completion of the project as stated in the project document.
3. Always provide written comments on how the target population identified in this table will use the instruments/investment models/tools to respond to climate change.
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