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Australia champions climate action in Cambodia. Australia has taken strong action to decarbonise our economy and partner with countries in the region to address climate change impacts. We are supporting Cambodia’s clean energy transition through our flagship economic development program, the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED). Australia was proud to be the official partner of the Cambodia Climate Change Summit 2023 (CCCS23). The summit examined the country’s climate change challenges and highlighted government and private sector commitments to climate action. Watch the CCCS23 recap video to learn more.

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Australia champions climate action in Cambodia

Australia champions climate action in Cambodia. Australia has taken strong action to decarbonise our economy and partner with countries in the region to address climate change impacts. We are supporting Cambodia’s clean energy transition through our flagship economic development program, the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED). Australia was proud to be the official partner of the Cambodia Climate Change Summit 2023 (CCCS23). The summit examined the country’s climate change challenges and highlighted government and private sector commitments to climate action. Watch the CCCS23 recap video to learn more.

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Provincial Investment Plan for Piped Water Supply in Cambodia

This publication has been funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Australia's Support to the Cambodian Rice Sector

Australia’s support to the Cambodian rice sector Australia has provided longstanding support to Cambodia’s agriculture sector since the 1960s when it started sending agricultural experts to improve rice-based research. Other key collaborations include the establishment of the Cambodian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) in 1999, a strong partnership with the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), and the Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC), which concluded in 2022. In July 2022, the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED) was launched as Australia’s flagship AUD87 million economic development program. CAPRED aims to support the Royal Government of Cambodia to build sustainable, resilient and inclusive economic growth.

CAMBODIA AND UNLOCKING GLOBAL MARKETS by Leveraging Free Trade Agreements

The Royal Government of Cambodia has taken several steps to promote global trade, including the launch of the Rectangular Strategy - Phase 4 of the National Assembly, which focuses on economic development through diversification and competitiveness.

CAPRED Strategy

This document outlines the strategy for implementing the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED) Facility, a five-year initiative (2022-2027) with a possible three-year extension. CAPRED is Australia’s flagship economic development program in Cambodia, building on a long history of support. It represents Australia’s commitment to Cambodia’s long-term development, transitioning from direct aid delivery to a partnership-based approach. Funded by the Australian Government with a budget of AUD87 million, CAPRED is implemented by Cowater International. Its focus is on resilient, inclusive, and sustainable economic development for Cambodia.

Provincial Investment Plan for Piped Water Supply...

Provincial Investment Plan for Piped Water Supply in Cambodia

This publication has been funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Australia's Support to the Cambodian Rice Sector

Australia's Support to the Cambodian Rice Sector

Australia’s support to the Cambodian rice sector Australia has provided longstanding support to Cambodia’s agriculture sector since the 1960s when it started sending agricultural experts to improve rice-based research. Other key collaborations include the establishment of the Cambodian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) in 1999, a strong partnership with the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), and the Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC), which concluded in 2022. In July 2022, the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED) was launched as Australia’s flagship AUD87 million economic development program. CAPRED aims to support the Royal Government of Cambodia to build sustainable, resilient and inclusive economic growth.

Cambodia and Unlocking Global Markets by Leveragin...

CAMBODIA AND UNLOCKING GLOBAL MARKETS by Leveraging Free Trade Agreements

The Royal Government of Cambodia has taken several steps to promote global trade, including the launch of the Rectangular Strategy - Phase 4 of the National Assembly, which focuses on economic development through diversification and competitiveness.

CAPRED Strategy

CAPRED Strategy

This document outlines the strategy for implementing the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED) Facility, a five-year initiative (2022-2027) with a possible three-year extension. CAPRED is Australia’s flagship economic development program in Cambodia, building on a long history of support. It represents Australia’s commitment to Cambodia’s long-term development, transitioning from direct aid delivery to a partnership-based approach. Funded by the Australian Government with a budget of AUD87 million, CAPRED is implemented by Cowater International. Its focus is on resilient, inclusive, and sustainable economic development for Cambodia.

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