Strategic Plan 2023-2028
“Communities in the coastal area of south-western Cambodia are more resilient through improved livelihoods, natural resources management, and disaster risk reduction.” In support of this goal, the program focuses on 3 Outcomes and 7 related Outputs. Morodok’s target area remains unchanged and consists of 14 communes in 5 districts of 2 provinces (Koh Kong and Preah Sihanouk).
In the 2023 to 2028 phase, Morodok will be responding to the current context described in terms of social and cultural, political and legal, ecological and economic factors. For details, see Strategic Plan 2023-2028.pdf
Strategic Plan 2020-2024
The Goal of Morodok for the period 2020 to 2024 is: “To promote community empowerment toward socio-economic development through enhancing capacity of community groups (CBOs and livelihood groups) to participate in local democratization and good governance processes.” For details, see Strategic Plan 2020-2024 (PDF)
Bread for the World, based in Germany, is the main funder of Morodok’s program.
Strengthening Community Based Organizations for Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Livelihoods around Kampong Som Bay
This project encompasses all Morodok’s work under the current 3-year phase. The project is mainly funded by Bread for the World, based in Germany. The project’s objective is that “Poor people in 14 communes around Kampong Som Bay have improved food security through improved natural resource management practices, access to community finance, and diversification of their sources of livelihood.” For details, see Strengthening Community Livelihoods and Natural Resource Management around Kampong Som Bay
Strengthening Community Based Organizations for Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Livelihoods
This annually-renewed project, funded by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) with support from SIDA, aims to strengthen Morodok’s work with 4 community forests and 2 community protected areas. It is part of WWF’s project on “Leading the Change: Civil Society, Rights & Environment.” For details, see Strengthening Community Based Organizations for Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Livelihoods.
This 21-month project, funded by FELM, aims to strengthen Morodok’s work with 5 community protected areas and to reduce the destruction of mangrove forests. FELM is an agency of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland which works to promote human dignity and justice around the world. For details, see Community Wetlands & Mangrove Management Project.