The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Cambodia Green Future Activity is a five-year (2019-2024), US$ 5 million project implemented by ECODIT and FHI 360.
Cambodia Green Future works to empower Cambodian citizens and civil society with the knowledge and skills to use evidence-based communication systems to influence positive actions to support biodiversity conservation, forest protection, and broad sustainable natural resource management.
According to a press release of USAID AKP received yesterday, once aware of common threats to biodiversity and livelihoods, Cambodians can strategically communicate with fellow citizens and inspire them to protect their natural resources.
The project has two objectives: to increase target populations’ knowledge and positive attitude about the benefits of Cambodia’s unique and endangered biodiversity and the critical importance of forest ecosystems, and to increase citizen-led efforts to apply strategic communications to protect biodiversity and forest ecosystems in target areas, it pointed out.
The USAID Cambodia Green Future Activity works with a wide range of partners to help Cambodian citizens and civil society to conserve biodiversity and protect natural resources by providing them with the knowledge and skills to influence positive actions to support biodiversity conservation, forest protection, and broad sustainable natural resource management, it added.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press