Some Updated ACCA Statistics ....CAMBODIA 2014 (all finance in US$)
Only In the 28 ACCA Cities.
372 Savings groups; 14,304 Savings members; $589,508 savings;
Active in 23 City Funds TOTAL Capital in Funds = 647,474 US$
Contributions: from ACCA = 511,500 from communities = 131,674 from government = 2.300
from other sources = 2,000
Number of households directly benefitting 630. Number of households got secure land tenure 1953
Budget : from ACCA = 393,500 from community = 707,500 from government = 7,933,465 from Others = 998,907
Total Budget 9,493,610
The Network has started citywide surveys and mapping in around 29 cities and towns throughout the country.
Projects: Approved 223 in 28 cities; Total Budget $370,000
2014: In Phase 2 of the ACCA program an additional 11 large projects and 174 smaller projects have been approved in 20 cities and towns .
Sept 2011 Cambodia section from the ACCA YEAR 2 REPORT
A difficult country which keeps showing us new ideas and new ways ..... Two Housing Policy breakthroughs. Good news on the assets front in Cambodia: ACCA big project funds have unlocked land, infrastructure and other contributions worth 12 times the original ACCA investment in the first 6 projects now underway. ACCA Stats.
PDF 2 pages. less than 1 mgb
NOVEMBER 2010 ASSESSING ACCA IN CAMBODIA
These notes were taken during the first assessment trip to visit ACCA projects being implemented by poor communities linked to the National Community Savings Network and the Urban Poor Development Fund (UPDF) in Cambodia.
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DECEMBER 2009 12 PAGES FROM THE ACCA YEAR 1 REPORT
JUNE 2010 CITY-WIDE UPGRADING IN CAMBODIA
Special edition on ACCA in Cambodia Detailing projects in 11 cities in Cambodia. In Cambodia, the ACCA Program is bringing new tools, new resources and new strength to the city-wide community up- grading work of the Urban Poor Development Fund and the National Network of Community Savings Groups, which are now active in more than 26 Cambodian towns and cities.
20 pages text and photos 3.4 Mgbts
ACCA process and projects in 10 CITIES
Serey Sophoan • Samrong • Preah Sihanouk • Peam Ro District • Bavet• Khemara * Phouminh
• Kampong Cham • Pailin • Sen Monorom • Siem Reap
2009 THE UPDF IN CAMBODIA: SUPPORTING LOCAL AND CITYWIDE DEVELOPMENT.
Acaddemic paper from IIED's Journal of Environment and Urbanisation. Urban Poor Development Fund (UPDF) was established in 1998 to provide support to a growing number of community-based savings groups. By April 2008, 122 communities in Phnom Penh and 44 communities in 11 other cities had received support – more than 22,000 households in total.
PDF 17 pages 129 kbs
MAY 2008 CAMBODIA UPDF 10 YEARS
Special Edition Urban Poor Development Fund Cambodia 20 pages on savings, loans, community funds, up-grading, partnership, welfare, expansion beyond Phnom Penh, scale.
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2006 CAMBODIA - AFTER 3 YEARS OF COMMUNITY UP-GRADING
Up-grading Cambodia November 2006.
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2004:CAMBODIA 2001: NEGOTIATING THE RIGHT TO STAY IN THE CITY - ACHR
Academic paper from IIED's Journal of Environment and Urbanisation. The paper explains how this shared information led to active training through pilot community upgrades and city-wide settlement planning, contributing to policy change and illustrating an alternative and participatory governance system for the city. 2004
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CAMBODIA 5TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UPDF
Newsletter: 5th Anniversary of the UPDF
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