EU’s US$3.3 Million for Forest Management in Northeast of Cambodia

AKP Phnom Penh, European Union (EU) has funded an alliance of wildlife conservation organisations in Cambodia with 2.8 million Euros (roughly US$3.3 million), according to a press release.

The assistance, added the release, intends to continue the forest management work of the organisations in the northeastern Mondulkiri province.

The so-called Accelerating Capacity of Civil Society to Ensure Sustainable Settlement (ACCESS) will last for five years, from 2018 to 2022.

It plays a crucial role in promoting participation of concerned communities, good governance, and policy development to preserve the natural resource.

Executors of the funding assistance are World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Community Law Education Centre (CLEC) and My Village Initiative (MVI).

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press