The Cambodia Tree Seed Project forms part of a bilateral
agreement between the Royal Government of Denmark and
the Royal Government of Cambodia. It provides institutional
capacity development, in particular within the areas of
forest gene conservation and seed procurement of indigenous
tree species, through Danish International Development
Assistance (Danida), to the Forestry Administration of
the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
In recognition of its importance to poverty reduction
and sustainable development, the Cambodia Tree Seed
Project aims to encourage the conservation of the genetic
resource base of endangered, indigenous forest tree
species, through promoting their use in tree planting
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A number of forest gene conservation areas/seed sources,
some under community based management, within the 10
gene ecological zones, help to ensure the availability
of good seed for use in forest rehabilitation and afforestation
activities. Complementary, forest gene conservation
activities allow research into areas such tree growth
and yields, and site adaptation, as well as tree improvement
through the establishment of seed orchards.
The focus of the Cambodia Tree Seed Project has been
directed towards institutional strengthening and capacity
development. At the same time, collaborative partnerships
have been, and are being formed to implement forest
gene conservation activities.