Agroforestry Development in Community Forestry in Kratie province

Posted on 10 May 2022

Phnom Penh/ Kratie, Cambodia
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Under the Partnership for Forestry and Fisheries (PaFF) Program in phase 3, the agroforestry development is part of the program interventions due to its potential to support the development of the community forestry including improving the community’s livelihoods while improving the forest quality. The agroforestry is also one of key potential activities in the community forestry management plan. In collaboration with the Forestry Administration, local FAs, Provincial Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (PDAFF), Provincial Department of Environment, and local authorities in Kratie province, WWF-Cambodia conducted the feasibility study on the potential of the agroforestry development in the target community forestry (CF) in Kratie province and as a result, the five CFs have potential to implement the agroforestry activities. The proposed models have been consulted and agreed with the community forestry and the stakeholders.

We are seeking qualified consultant to provide technical services on the agroforestry development to the five CFs in Kratie province to assist the CF members with technical knowledge on the agroforestry development in each CF. The consultancy service is expected to be carried out the consultancy service from 03rd June 2022 to 30th March 2023 including the periodic follow up support to the CFs and documentation.

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How to apply?
The interested consultant shall send your CV, proposal with proposed budget to email: with the subject “Consultant Agroforestry Development in Community Forestry”. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis with a deadline of 26th May 2022.
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