The WAT4CAM (Water Resources Management and Agricultural Transition for Cambodia) project supports the Royal Government of Cambodia to rehabilitate and modernize 7-13 medium irrigation schemes and 20-40 preks to improve the reliability of water supplies to irrigate 15,000 ha to 20,000 ha. The Project contributes to reducing poverty among rural population in Cambodia, supporting the Kingdom's economy through improving agricultural productivity and reducing the country's vulnerability to climate change. It is financed by the European Union via the Asia Investment Facility through an 11.5 million euro grant and AFD with a 55 million euro loan.
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