SUPPORTING AND EMPOWERING RURAL COMMUNITIES IN CAMBODIA 

founded in 2005, the learning institute is a non-profit, non-poltical organization supporting rural communities who depend on natural resources for their livelihood across agriculture, forestry and fisheries.

we strive to develop A more collaborative, integrated natural resource management in cambodia by engaging local stakeholders, community members and government authorities as participants in action research projects based on THE PRINCIPLES OF THE landscape approach.

The Learning Institute also believes gender equity is integral to poverty reduction and the achievement of long-term sustainability and fair use of natural resources.

 
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PROJECTS

Encouraging Change

The learning institute works on several projects throughout the year in partnership with other organizations as well as government bodies

STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND LIVELIHOODS DIVERSIFICATION IN CAMBODIA

 [2013 – 2017]

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Supported by Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC), the learning institute has been working with seven Community Fisheries (CFi's) in six provinces along the Tonle Sap lake and the coastal region of Cambodia.

ENHANCING CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION CAPACITY OF RURAL COMMUNITIES IN THE VOAT TA MUEM COMMUNE

[2016 – 2017]

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The Learning Institute is working on this project with the support of Plan International Cambodia and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and in partnership with the residents of the Voat Ta Muem Commune, located in the Battambang province.

SITUATIONAL ASSESSMENT AT PEAM BANG COMMUNE, STOUNG DISTRICT OF KAMPONG THOM PROVINCE

[2016 – 2018]

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Backed by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), the Learning Institute is implementing a project called Sustainable Fisheries Conservation Management through collaborative approach in the Boeung Chhmar, Kampong Thom Province of Cambodia.

 
 
 

The Learning Institute Journals

BRINGING YOU narratives, interviews and stories from the field

 
 
 
 
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REPORTS, PUBLICATIONS AND CAMBODIAN LAWS & LEGISLATIONS 

 

The Learning Institute publishes and shares its research project outcomes at sub-national, national and international levels, for evidence-based advocacy and policy reform. 


In order to provide support for individuals and organizations alike, the website also has a section on laws, legislations and royal decrees relating to natural resources in Cambodia.

 
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