The Participatory Poverty Assessment of the Tonle Sap:
A Summary
of Key Findings

 

   

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The Participatory Poverty Assessment of the Tonle Sap: A Summary of Key Findings, Issue 06 (For full details please download - pdf 612KB)

Brett M. Ballard

The Participatory Poverty Assessment of the Tonle Sap (PPA) has been undertaken by CDRI in collaboration with the National Institute of Statistics (NIS) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The study employed qualitative research methods covering 24 villages in the six provinces around the Tonle Sap lake. The main objective of the study has been to provide policy makers, donors, and civil society with a deeper understanding of (1) the relationship between poor people’s livelihood strategies and their use and the management of natural resources, (2) the gender dimensions of poverty, and (3) the role of local governance in poverty reduction.

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