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PPCR Table 5 Date of Report: 31-Jul-18
  PPCR Core Indicator 5: Number of people supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change
  Data Collection Method: Data collected for each project and compiled at the PPCR Investment Plan level
  Cambodia          
  Country Aggregate Report
  Reporting Period From: January 1, 2017 To: ###############
            Direct beneficiaries Indirect beneficiaries Total  beneficiaries
  Actual results (Cumulative since project started) Expected Results Actual results (Cumulative since project started) Expected Results Actual results (Cumulative since project started) Expected Results
Project Title a b c d e f g
Enhancement of Flood and Drought Management in Pursat Province Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change     9900 750   750 9900
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change    5940 390   390 5940
Promoting Climate-Resilient Agriculture in Koh Kong and Mondulkiri Provinces as part of the Greater Mekong Subregion Biodiversity Conservation Corridors Project Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 822 20000     822 20000
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 587 10300     587 10300
Climate Proofing of Agricultural Infrastructure and Business-focused Adaptation Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 16600 105800 350   16950 105800
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 8000 54000 26   8026 54000
Provincial Roads Improvement Project - Climate Proofing of Roads in Prey Veng, Svay Rieng, Kampong Chhnang and Kampong Speu Provinces Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 20000 200000     20000 200000
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 11000 110000     11000 110000
GMS Southern Economic Corridor Towns Development Project Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change   185820       185820
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change   92910       92910
Flood-resilient Infrastructure Development in Pursat
and Kampong Chhnang Towns as part of the Integrated Urban Environmental Management in the Tonle Sap Basin Project
Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change   90000       90000
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change   46000       46000
Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 58200 350000     58200 350000
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change 30300 179900     30300 179900
Climate resilient Rural Infrastructure in Kampong Cham Province(as part of Rural Roads Improvement Project (RRIP-II)) Number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change   100000       100000
Females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change   51000       51000
Cambodia
( aggregation of sept projects)
Total number of people  supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change in the country  95622 1247340 1100 0 96722 1247340
Total number of females supported by the PPCR to cope with the effects of climate change in the country 49887 550050 416 0 50303 550050
               
Instructions:  
1.
Actual results: cumulatively report the number of people supported by the project since it started implementation.
2.
Expected Results: number of people expected to be reached by the project at completion as stated in the project document.
3. If the target population of the project is households or communities, provide best estimates of the number of people in these households or communities. Triangulate this data with data provided in Table 4 for consistency.
4.Please do not leave  blank cells. Put Zero (0) in the corresponding cell if people are not supported yet by the project.



Lessons Learned:   
What have been the key successes when people have been supported by the PPCR?
Assessment of the outcome and success remains to be done after the project end as most of the projects are still under implementation progress. However preliminary information from project progress reports has indicated good support from the local people and sub-national authorities. 
 
 What have been the key challenges and what opportunities for improvement do you see?
Counting direct and indirect beneficiaries is a challenge, and budget and human resources for data collection is limited under each project. Data collection tools and field survey may be required for end project evaluation to get actual number of beneficiaries as well as the impacts of the project on beneficiaries.