Cambodia-Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED)

South and South-East Asia - Cambodia

2022-2027 | DFAT | AUD 87m

The CAPRED Facility is Australia’s flagship bilateral economic development program in Cambodia, and focuses on supporting economic recovery and boosting resilience . The Facility supports Cambodia to undertake a range of economic reforms required to continue that economic transition. These reforms are primarily targeted towards encouraging more productive and inclusive public and private investment that promotes sustainable and resilient growth. The interventions will primarily focus on four inter-related policy areas: infrastructure, trade and investment, agriculture and agro-processing and gender and inclusion. 

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