MetKasekor Handbook

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MetKasekor Handbook is comprised of six stages of guidelines for a PDAFF to implement MetKasekor Model at their target locations. These include: Identification (Stage 1); Demand Creation Meetings (Stage 2); Field Showcase (Stage 3); Commercial Demonstration (Stage 4); Annual Meeting (Stage 5); and Promotional Meetings with Private Companies (Stage 6).  It should be noted that although in MIGIP’s implementation and Figure 1 involvement with the three departments at the national level and the provincial administration is strategic, this Handbook aims to focus on the PDAFF’s interaction with farmers, service providers, and—especially—the private sector. The Handbook is structured into stages that make it easy for readers to follow. Each stage is broken down into detailed steps, based on the sequence of activities. In addition, guidance on how to conduct each step and necessary tools are also elaborated to ensure proper implementation of the model.  


This Handbook was developed by the Department of Agricultural Land Resources Management (DALRM, GDA), Department of Agricultural Engineering (DAEng, GDA), Department of Extension for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DEAFF, MAFF), SmartAgro, CIRAD, Swisscontact, CE SAIN (RUA), Faculty of Agricultural Engineering (RUA) and were funded in whole or partly by Innovation for Sustainable Agriculture (ISA), financed by Happel Foundation, the Marcuard Family Office, among other donors, and also a part of the Swisscontact Development Programme, which is co-financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA; Kansas State University; the Center of Excellence on Sustainable Agricultural Intensification and Nutrition (CE SAIN, RUA) through the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Resilience and Food Security/Center for Agriculture-led Growth under the Cooperative Agreement # AID-OAA-L-14-00006 as part of Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Sustainable Intensification (SIIL); the project Water Resources Management and Agroecological Transition for Cambodia (WAT4CAM) funded by the French Agency for Development (AFD) and the European Union (EU) (Grant agreement WAT4CAM-CS/04-02). Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed here are those of the authors alone”.