National: Cambodia

Title: Multidimensional Evaluation of Agroecological (MuLAgE)

Organization:  ECOLAND or Ecosystem Services and Land Use is a research centre based at Royal University of Agriculture (RUA)



Recent efforts led by development stakeholders focus on enhancing the sustainability of Cambodian agriculture. The regional network ALiSEA focuses on helping vulnerable farmers to transition towards sustainable agriculture practices through networking, strengthening knowledge, sharing experience, increasing the visibility of agroecology, and scaling-up the adoption of agroecological practices among farmers. This study aims to evaluate existing ALiSEA members’ farms in Preah Vihear province of northern Cambodia, promoting sustainable development using FAO-TAPE tool. The evaluation will address the agroecology profile and development criteria, including a participatory process for qualitative and quantitative aspects of the project. The project will provide evidence-based evaluation documentation and will broaden the partnerships and collaborations of ALiSEA members and non-members, promoting shared pathways to agroecological and safe food system transitions in the Sub-Mekong Region.

Period: 18 months


  1. Conduct baseline survey on production system, agroecological zone, existing policies, and enabling environment
  2. On-farm survey on characterization of agroecological transition
  3. On-farm survey on criteria of agroecological performance (measure progress and quantify impact)
  4. Analysis, participatory interpretation (participatory approach) and reporting


(will add and update during the implementation)

Budget granted by ALiSEA:  20,000 EUROs

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