Sansom Mlup Prey
SMP is a Cambodian non-governmental organization that focuses on developing sustainable, organic, and wildlife-friendly agricultural systems in rural communities in Cambodia.
ABOUT OUR ORGANISATION
SUSTAINABLE FARMING PRACTICES
Through community-based sustainable farming, we promote good practices that are wildlife friendly and support biodiversity conservation in Cambodia.
SUPPORTING LOCAL COMMUNITIES
SMP works with farming households living in and around critical ecosystems to develop and support sustainable, organic, and wildlife-friendly agricultural practices.
PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS
In our approach to livelihoods and community development; we always involve private-sector partners to ensure farmers have market access for their products.
Using agroecological rotational system that combine rice production and cattle grazing to maintain essential grassland habitat.
Sansom Mlup Prey facilitates initiatives that lead to the development of sustainable agricultural projects in Cambodia: farming that is healthy for local wildlife and eco-systems – protects natural habitat and wildlife, beneficial for people – supports local communities and provides living income for local families, and is sustainable for the planet – by providing meaningful employment alternatives to poaching and the damaging exploitation of natural resources
IBIS RICE Farmers
IBIS RICE Farmers
IBIS RICE PROGRAMME
SUSTAINABLE RICE PLATFORM
IBIS RICE & Sustainable Rice Platform
IBIS Rice was launched 2009 by the Wildlife Conservation Society when conservationists discovered how endangered animals, like the Giant Ibis, were competing with humans for the same prized natural resources in one of the last remaining ecosystems of its kind. By building sustainable solutions with forest farmers, we are now able to improve the state of their habitat, proving that farming communities and wildlife can coexist. Certified Organic, IBIS Rice is grown by hand on Cambodia’s northern plains, where mineral-rich waters run off the Dangrek Mountains.
Through the application of the Sustainable Rice Platform, SMP has been working with rice farmers in the central floodplains of Cambodia since 2015 to improve agricultural practices, increase incomes, and protect biological and cultural heritage, the world’s first standard for sustainable rice cultivation. The project currently implement around the Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve.
Our Contact Details
+855 (0)78 548 800
Sansom Mlup Prey Organization
Sangkat Tuol Tumpung Ti Pir
Phnom Penh, Cambodia