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At the Final Session of the WFO-GYMNASIUM for young farmers’ leadership of the world in the future.

Mr. SOK Sotha, CFAP’s lead founder and managing director of the Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP Cambodia) and as a board member for the World Farmers’ Organisation for Asia participated in the Final Session of the WFO-GYMNASIUM for young farmers’ leadership of the world in the future. In the first edition, there […]

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Farmers’ Forum in-conjunction with the forty third session of IFAD’s Governing Council in Rome, Italy

On 4-11 February 2020, CFAP leadfounder and managing director participated in the Farmers’ Forum in-conjunction with the forty third session of IFAD’s Governing Council in Rome, Italy. Prior to the Farmers’ Forum, the Asia Pacific Region Steering Committee Members (APR SC) gathered together in Aran Park Hotel to prepare a preparatory sessions among farmers’ organisations […]

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Cassava is facing problem on processing in Cambodia!

Cassava is grown by smallholders in rural Cambodia. Due lack of sufficient capital to expand production and processing, therefore almost all smallholders who grow cassava in Cambodia sell fresh cassava with very low price i.e. 200 (USD0.05) to 300 riels (USD0.075) per Kg to buyers come from neighboring countries. Cambodia farmers are capable to produce […]

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Training on Making a Short Video for CFAP staff and Local Capacity Builders at member associations and cooperatives in Svay Rieng and Kampong Cham provinces

On 28-30 of January 2020, the GRET Cambodia and Media Seed organisation in collaboration with CFAP Cambodia and funded by ICCO, the Dutch Development Organisation conducted a training course on how to produce a short video for farmers’ organisations and provincial department of agriculture in Svay Rieng. There were three Sub-national farmers’ organisations as member […]

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Rice is life for Cambodian People!

Three times a day, Everyday rice is the main diet for the most Cambodian people i.e. for break, lunch and dinner. Rice is culturally used to make processing food and beverage such as cultural rice cakes, rice noodle, cooked rice and rice wine (boiled rice, fried rice, rice soup, rice porridge, steamed rice and steamed […]

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November and December are the rice harvested seasons in Cambodia in big volume (rainy rice season), then following by March till May for second rice harvest in small volume (dry rice season). Normally, rice field looks like a yellow carpet which you can see everywhere in the rural Cambodia which grow by smallholders. The prices […]

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The learning exchange visit of farmers in Cambodia under the Medium Term Cooperation Programme, Phase II (MTCP2-AFOSP-Cambodia

The learning exchange visit of farmers in Cambodia under the Medium Term Cooperation Programme, Phase II (MTCP2-AFOSP-Cambodia) to visit how farmers in Philippine enterprise their produces to markets. The study visits conducted from 15 to 19 of December 2019 from farms to markets, businesses and cooperative banks. Our visitors visited several farms such as organic […]

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Study visit of CFAP’s Smallholders to the Participatory Guarantee System Site in Siem Reap

From 16th to 18th of December 2019, The Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP-Cambodia) organised a study visit of farmer members come from Svay Rieng, Prey Veng, Kampong Thom, Siem Reap and Kampong Cham to visit how farmers in Siem Reap grow vegetable following the Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) for supplying markets in […]

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COVID-19: What Cambodian Farmers Are Experiencing?

Q&A session with Sok Sotha, Managing Director of Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agriculture Producers (CFAP) What are the most significant impacts that COVID-19 pandemic has on farmers’ daily activity in your country? Since its outbreak, the COVID-19 pandemic has already affected several of our farmer members as they need to go to markets to buy […]

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Meeting at the general directorate of domestic commerce of the Ministry of Commerce!

The Accelerating Inclusive Markets for Smallholders (AIMS) is a joint project between the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). The project, therefore it intends to accelerate the inclusive growth of markets and for higher value agricultural products and the development of associated local clusters through which poor smallholder […]

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