Accelerating Inclusive Markets for Smallholders (AIMS) is a joint project of the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). As its name suggest, it intends to accelerate the inclusive growth of markets and for higher value agricultural products and the development of associated local clusters through which poorer smallholder producers can benefit alongside others.

AIMS’ primary target beneficiaries will be smallholder farm households, including poor and near poor farmers. In addition, secondary target groups are the other primary and secondary actors in the value chain, including, inter alia: agricultural cooperatives; farmer organizations, MSMEs; agribusinesses; service enterprises, and; industry associations.

AIMS is a six year project, effective from 28 February 2017 with an expected completion date of 31 March 2023. AIMS is implemented by RGC, led by the Ministry of Commerce, with various implementing partners and is expected to have total combined funding from RGC and IFAD equivalent to approximately USD45 million (IFAD loan of USD36.3).

The project will have the mandate to operate in all parts of the country, with actual locations determined by the selection of priority value chains and the associated areas engaged in the value chains from production to the market.

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20/ Women, the Vegetable Organization Team Members Practice Growing Vegetables from Family to Business

524 vegetable farmers, a total of 3,730 farmers, 2,641 women, are practicing four potential agricultural products throughout Kampong Thom province, including vegetables, chickens, rice and cassava were volunteer to be [...]

19/ Switching from Planting Cassava for Tuber to Producing Cassava Seeds for Supply both Inside and Outside the Producer Organization

18/ Well with Reservoir Plus Solar Installation Increased productivity of Safe Vegetable Production in Line with High Market Demand

17/ Vegetable Production Improved after Receiving Sector Development Facilities (SDF) from AIMS Project

16/ Growing Safe Vegetables Increase Women’s Income and Women’s Courage for Decision Making

15/ Chicken Slaughterhouse Helps Solve Market Problems and Increase Price

14/Technology Acceptance Through Technical AIMS’s Service Provider Partner Makes Som Phan Farmer’s Chicken Raising Highly Profitable.

13/ Vegetable Business​ Has Grown Considerably for Ta Kaong Producer Group, in Amleang Commune, Thpong District, Kampong Speu Province

12/ Chea Ti’s New Meat Poultry Production Model Has Earned Double Profit

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