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Wildlife-friendly Community Irrigation Ponds for Climate Resilience, Habitat and Collective Management in Cambodia
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Sansom Mlup Prey
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CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy

Pilot linkages between climate resilience for farmers and wildlife by creating and collectively managing ''wildlife-friendly community irrigation ponds'' in community zones of Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia. Involve households in two villages in digging irrigation ponds, which will increase yields of certified wildlife-friendly, organic rice, as well as income from nature-based tourism linked to critically endangered bird species.

Strategic Direction: 6 Demonstrate scalable approaches for integrating biodiversity and ecosystem services into development planning in the priority corridors