Data Tool Box
2006 baseline data from the Danida supported
NREM Programme 2001 -2006
An integral part of the completion of Danida’s Natural Resource and Environment (NRE) Programme 2001-2006 in Cambodia is documentation of achieved results and dissemination of "lessons learned". The solution - the internet as a gate for sharing.
The website www.cambodiaatlas.com has been created to provide civil society, government institutions, development partners and the public at large with information on the state of the environment and natural resources in Cambodia and related social and economic issues. Data is based on data collected during the programme period from a number of the Danida funded projects during 2001-2006.
The data, which are presented in the form of interactive maps -the interface to the user – could also, serve as a "baseline" for the new Danida/DFID supported Natural Resource Management and Livelihoods (NRM&L) Programme 2006-2010.
The www.cambodiaatlas.com website has been funded and developed on the basis of Danida’s support to Save Cambodia Wildlife – Atlas of Cambodia - with the purpose to bring the data and GIS data layers of the Atlas to the public domain. Important and critical assistance, support and initiatives have been provided by Mr. Tep Bonny Director, Save Cambodia WildLife, Mr. Chris Brown Aruna Technologies, Phnom Penh and Mr. Ignas Dümmer, Danida Senior Adviser to CDC and CDC being the NRE Programme Partner.
The Atlas of Cambodia can be obtained from the Office of Save Cambodia Wildlife in Cambodia or from Bookstores in Cambodia and overseas.
In its current form and design, the homepage does not allow users to post additional information. However, Danida and CDC in collaboration with its partners are currently exploring ways of further developing the design. CDC and the Royal Danish Embassy in Phnom Penh plan an updated user-friendly design, possibilities for subscription, uploading data, which will improve the information flow between all stakeholders and ensure full public access, for installation at the end of 2007.
Date 1. June 2007