In standardizing services information package for natural resource management project, the NCDD secretariat of Ministry of Interior and Agriculture Technology Services Association (ATSA). For more detail pls visit


ATSA is new established  LNGO  that consists of small team of high trained profession staff who  have previously supported the National IPM Program at the central level to implement national level  programs  in  partnership  with  Danida ,  FAO ,  CIDA  and  the  world Bank.  In the last six   months  ATSA  has delivered a  package of training for  9  communes and one district funded by  the    commune   and   district   development   fund   on   Natural   Resources  Management  and Livelihoods .  In total there have been    farmer  trained on agriculture   production  such as rice, fish, home  gardens,  chicken and pig rearing using  the  Farmer  Field  School (FFS)  approaches    (participatory  and discovery learning).  Furthermore, ATSA also has been working on farmland biodiversity conservation and pesticide reduction with school children and farmer in Kampong Chhnang   province.    3  primary   schools   with  6  teachers  and   120  school  children  plus   3 communities around the school were directly involved in the project .

The current target province of ATSA are Kampong Cham; Kampong Speu; Pursat and Kampong Chhnang.


Currently, ATSA has 15 full time staff members including management staff and technical staff. Ten (4) of them are women. Beside this full staff ATSA has 40 district trainers and 120 farmer trainers who are contractual basic.  ATSA  staff  has  been  active in rural  development  and the  agriculture  sector for more than  10  years,  initially  with   FAO   Pioneering  the  Farmer  Field  School – Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques.


  1. Rural Ecological Agriculture for Livelihoods (REAL) project supported by SIDA through the Field Alliance office in Bangkok, Thailand to implement a project in  the Kampong Chhnang province. This is a 3 year project which is currently implementing Phase One of a regional project led by KEMI and FAO: Toward a Non-Toxic Environment in South-East Asia. More

  2. Aquatic Biodiversity and Farmland Enhancement project  will be based in the Baray and Suntouk districts of the Kampong Thom province. supported by UNDP GEF SGP. More

  3. Community Resource, Environment and Agriculture Training for Enhancement Livelihoods (CREATIVE Livelihoods). supported by WCS. More

  4. Community Aquatic Resources Enhancement for Farmland (Phase II) More

  5. The Natural Resource Management and Livelihoods (NRM&L) Programme in D & D 2008 (Kampong Cham, Kampong Speu, Ratanakiri, Mondulkiri, Pursat, Siem Reap...)



  1. Swine Rearing Project. 2 Commune  in Memot District, Kampong Cham. Commune Development Fund Through D&D1.

  2. Mushroom Production Project. 1 Commune in Memot District, Kampong Cham. Commune Development Fund Through D&D.

  3. Poultry Rearing Project. 1 Commune in Kampong Cham and 5 Commune in Kampong Speu. Commune and District Development Fund Through D&D.

  4. Home Garden and Composing Project. 3 Communes in Kampong Speu.

  5. Commune Development Fund Through D&D.

  6. Rice Production Project. 1 Commune in Kampong Cham. Commune Development Fund Throught D&D.

  7. Fish Raising Project. 1 Commune in Kampong Cham and 1 Commune in Kampong Speu. Commune Development Fund Through D&D.

  8. Consultancy Work on Feasibility to Improve Agriculture Production in Mondulkiri Province. 15 December 2007 to 25 January 2008. WCS.

  9. Consultancy Work on Appraisal on Danida Funded IWEP-ADDA Project in Siem Reap.   Assist International Consultant. Danida.


1 ATSA is supporting Decentralization and Deconcentration Programme Processes and Programmes at The Community Level as an Important Organizational and Implementation Strategy.



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