Better Farming on Their Own Land: How Rural Communities in Cambodia Overcome COVID-19 Restrictions and Sustain Incomes

 
 

Story highlights:Horn-Oeun

  • In Cambodia, the Land Allocation for Social and Economic Development (LASED) projects secured about 16,000 hectares of land for landless and small landholder families across five provinces.
  • Over 5,000 households have received direct benefits, including land titles.
  • The projects will phase out by ensuring the sustainability of achievements and improving family incomes.

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