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Organizations involved with preserving Mondulkiri

Mondulkiri has five conservation areas, which are protected by the Ministry of Forestry and Fishery and the Ministry of Environment.

CCBEN, Cambodia Community Based Ecotourism
Address: #10A, St.468, Toul Tompoung I, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: +855 (0)23 217 875

CCBEN is an ecotourism network established in 2002 to serve, support and promote community for poverty alleviation and conservation. CCBEN is dedicated to sustainable tourism development that empowers community and promotes local livelihood, conservation and visitor satisfaction.

What we do:

  • To facilitate sharing and exchange of information, experiences and resources
  • To provide the capacity building to its members and other relevant stakeholders
  • To encourage dialogue between community, private sector, civil society and relevant authority and to engage in relevant public policy formulation process
  • To develop CBT accreditation system
  • To continue to strengthen CCBEN’s organization policy framework 

Currently CCBEN is implementing several projects in the northeast Cambodia focusing on the ecotourism capacity building. We have been working closely with department of tourism in the four provinces of the northeast Cambodia: Kratie, Stung Treng, Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri Province.

The main activities of the project in Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri Province is to build and strengthen capacities of tourism institutions in those provinces so that they can plan, develop and manage ecotourism in sustainable manner to bring local economic development, poverty alleviation and indigenous culture and natural resource conservation. This project has been funded financially by AEICD, the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation, technically by SNV, the Netherlands Development Organization and coordinated by FPSC, Foundation Promotion Social and Culture. The project is lasting for 18months counted from January 2009.

The specific objectives of the project:

  • Develop and conduct awareness raising and understanding about ecotourism
  • Provide ecotourism trainings to provincial tourism stakeholders, government, community, private sector and NGOs
  • Build and strengthen provincial tourism institutions and cooperation among stakeholders
  • Support local tourism initiatives

Elephants Livelihood Initiative Environment (E.L.I.E.)
Tel: +855 (0)17 613 833

The E.L.I.E. is a local non-governmental organization founded to help the domestic elephant population in Mondulkiri province.  Together with the Phnong people, this centre helps to improve the living conditions of the elephants owned by the Phnong. The Elephants Valley Project is a new approach to treat sick and mistreated elephants with a mix of veterinarian care, in a safe location away from the Phnong village. It is possible to visit the project for a day. This costs approximately US50 including food, transport and accommodation if necessary. If you are interested to become a volunteer and help the centre for a certain period, please check the volunteer program on their website.

WWF, Worldwide Fund

Since 2007 the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) is managing 2 protected areas in the Eastern Plains Landscape: the Mondulkiri Protected Forest (MPF) in collaboration with the government Forestry Administration (FA) and the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary (PPWS) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment. The ultimate goal is to conserve biodiversity and reducing the threats caused by unsustainable human practice by using ecotourism as a tool to finance the protected areas in the Eastern Plains Landscape and creating an additional livelihood for the communities living around these protected areas.

WWF identified potential ecotourism opportunities with high market appeal around a diversity of accommodation, such as a community home stay in Dei Ey and a planned Eco tent camp along the Srepok River– similar to the successful game reserves of South Africa – to attract tourists from all over the world.

Through targeted training, awareness raising, tourism business advice, and study tours, WWF facilitates communities in providing activities such as: elephant trekking, mountain biking, boat rides, night drives, visits to villages to see traditional dancing, and conduct cultural workshops for tourists about weaving or working on the rice field. Besides that, WWF facilitates the people in the community and local entrepreneurs to develop a variety of viable small businesses. These businesses together with the diverse accommodation and broad range of activities will form an attractive ecotourism mosaic to benefit people and nature in the Eastern Plains Landscape.

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