The project aims to increase community resilience through ecotourism development, smart agricultural production and water system installation in Stung Treng and Mondulkiri provinces. With the project intervention, 173 families with 865 people and 359 women in Chrob village in Stung Treng province have accessed sufficient water for household consumption. Besides, they could use water for home gardening, which serves as a source of food and income generation. Home-grown vegetables led to a reduction in the expenses of the families and an increase in their incomes from vegetable sales. The water system in Dak Dam still serves the livelihood activities of the indigenous people in Dak Dam commune in Mondulkiri province.