Farmer Livelihood Development (FLD) was create by localising the SCALE programme and was registered as Farmer Livelihood Development with the Ministry of Interior as a Local NGO on 28th August 2002.

Farmer Livelihood Development (FLD) was established to alleviate poverty in rural Cambodia. Five million Cambodians, thirty six percent (36%) of the population, live below the poverty line of less than $1 per day.

Ninety percent (90%) of these people live in rural areas, where eighty percent (80%) of them depend on agriculture, mainly rice production, for their livelihoods. Improving their chances of a better life is an important part of FLD's mission.


Communities where people interact with integrity and empathy for the betterment and sustainability of their livelihood activities. Where people believe they are able to solve their problems and improve their quality of life through justice and democracy.


To work with targeted communities; improving productivity, promoting and creating jobs, and improving Micro and Small Enterprise (MSE) practices for greater food security, and better livelihoods, health and quality of life.


Justice, Empathy, Democracy, Sustainability and Intergrity

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