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[Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)] Freshwater Aquaculture Improvement and Extension Project
Author Admin Date 2015.04.08 Views 701
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General Information Project/Program Project
Project Name Freshwater Aquaculture Improvement and Extension Project
Duration February 2005 - February 2010
Donor Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Implementiong Organization Fisheries Administration (FiA)
Sector and/or Subsector Classification Others
Region Southern four provinces (Kampot, Kampong Speu, Prey Veng, Takeo)
Financing 513 million yen
Analytical Information Stakeholders Japan International Cooperation Agengy (JICA), Fisheries Administration (FiA), Saitama Prefecture Fisheries Laboratory at Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Earth and Human Corporation
Cross-cutting Issue Environment Since the aquaculture method subject to being spread in thie Project is performed using ponds that accumulate rainwater in the rainy season in order to ensure valuable domestic water for the dry season, the possibility of water contamination due to aquaculture or contaminated water being drained into surrounding rivers is extremely small.
As aquaculture promotion was carried out using existing rice paddies and naturally occuring seasonal reservior ponds, no resettlement or land acquisition has been implemented.
Gender No gender related materials are mentioned in completion report.
Impact Analysis The project was consistent to the Second Five-year Social and Economic Development Policy (2001-2005). In this policy framework, inland fisheries aquaculture using rice field and reserviors was thought to be the key to increase fish production, and for the end it emphasized promotion of small-scale aquaculture in rural areas. During the implementation of the Project through its completion, the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) had given priorities, among other things, in agricultural development, as well as an increase in agricultural production and productivity.
Effectiveness Ownership/Partnership Evaluation No information regarding ownership and partnership
Rating N.A.
Policy Coherence/Harmonization Evaluation No information regarding policy coherence and harmonization
Rating N.A.
Evaluation Framework Evaluation The external evaluation was conducted by Machi KANEKO from Earth and Human Corporation. And the duration of the evaluation study was from September 2012 to October 2013. And the duration of the field study was November 30-December 23, 2012, and May 7 - 25, 2013.
Rating 3/5
Alignment/Composition of Finance Evaluation Project cost was within the 93% of the initial budget, and the project period was as planned (1005 consistent with planned period). Therfore, in relation to project cost/period, the efficiency of this project is high.
In regards to sustainability, the ex-post evaluation report considered the sustainability of the project high. the present project's institutional policy as well as counterpart system, technology, and financial situation are without impediment.
Rating 2/5
Other Remarks Related project of this proejct is a technical cooperation project, "Freshwater Aquaculture Improvement and Extension Project (Phase 2)" (March 2011 - February 2015)



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