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Cambodia | 2004 conference report | 2004 conference schedule | 2004 field training programme | Phnom Penh 2004 | Monks promote community forests in Cambodia | Cambodian Monks Help Preserve the Cardamoms | Cambodia's pagodas become eco-centres

Phnom Penh 2004 field training programme

Tree ordination on 4 May 2004

Monday 3 May 2004
7:00 Breakfast at Prek Ho
7:30 Leave for Kampong Thom
10:30 Guests arrive at Kampong Thom
11:00 Lunch
11-14 Relax
14:00 Introduction to the guests
14:30 Presentation of projects:
- Environment education (Ven. Sok Kosal)
- Tree planting and gardening (Miss. Eangly)
- Community forest (Mr.Sean Prum)
16:30 Leave for Don Laor, Staung district
17:00 Arrive Don Laor (snack)

Tree planting workshop on 4 May 2004
Tuesday 4 May 2004
7:00 Breakfast
7:30 Leave for Srei Rongit Pagoda
8:00 Welcome to Srei Rongit (Ven. Sok Sear)
8:15 Welcome to community forest (Mr. Sokhon)
8:30 Demonstration of tree planting (Ven. Seangly)
10:00 Snack in the field
10:20 Tree ordination
11:00 Lunch together at Don Laor Pagoda
11:30 Relax
14:00 Presentation of visitors and feed back:
- Laos (2 monks)
- Thai (5 monks)
15:30 Snack and continue presentation:
- Cambodian (13 monks)

Wednesday 05 May 2004
7:00pm Breakfast
7:30 Introduction to activities in Don Laor (Chheng Nguon)
8:30 Snack
9:00 Divide into 3 groups for activities
- 1 Tree nursery and composting (Ven. Sorn Song)
- 2 Self-help group and rice bank (Chheng Nguon)
- 3 Well, pond, pot-association (Seam Sarean)
11:00 LunchChheng Nguon
13: 30 Villagers arrive at Don Laor Pagoda
14:00 Conservation of fish and flooded forest (Chheng Nguon)
15:15 Snack
15:30 Leave for Samnor Pagoda
17:30 Arrive at Sambor Pagoda

Thursday 6 May 2004
7:00 Breakfast
7:30 Leave for community forest area
8:00 Welcome to Sambor Pagoda (Ven. Sovannaka)
8:15 Welcome to CF committee (Mr.Lon Chhaim)
8: 30 Cleaning of fire protection road around CF
9:30 Return to the pagoda
10:00 Snack
10:30 Introduction to establishment of CF (Sean Prum)
11:00 Lunch
11:30 Relax
14:00 Presentation of resource centre (Ven. Hun Tuok)
14:30 Question and answer: how to establish, manage & support?
15:00 Snack
15:30 Leave for Vor Yiev Pagoda

Friday 7 May 2004
7:00 Breakfast
7:30 Welcome to Vor Yiev Pagoda
7:45 Training in tree grafting (Sokphearum)
8: 45 Snack
9:15 Practice in tree grafting (Sokphearum)
10:30 Question and answer about tree planting (Sokphearum)
11:00 Lunch together
11:30 Free time
14: 00 Introduction to Vor Yiev activities
- Environment activities
- BFDK activities (Ven.Ly Khom)
15:30 Snack
16:00 Continue presentation and Q&A

Saturday 08 May 2004
7: 00 Breakfast
8: 00 Leave for Sambor Prey Kuh temple
9: 00 Arrive Prasat Sambor Prey Kuh and visit temples
11: 00 Lunch
11:30 Relax
13:30 Leave for Vor Yiev Pagoda

Sunday 09 May 2004
7:00 Breakfast
7:30 Leave for Mlup Baitong office
8:00 Leave MB office to Santuk mountain
8:30 Arrive Santuk mountain and visit places of interest
11:00 Lunch
11:30 Relax
13:00 Leave Santuk mountain for Prek Ho
16:00 Arrive Prek Ho (snack)

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