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CFAP’s Lead founder and Managing director attended the Session on Nature for Prosperity organized by UNDP and UNEP During the 75th UN General Assembly!

On 24 September 2020 CFAP’s lead founder and managing director Mr. Sok Sotha and represented WFO Asia Constituency attended the virtual meeting on “Nature for Prosperity” during the four day Nature for Life Hub  session hosted by OB2B Coalition (One Planet Business for Biodiversity), the Event organised by UNDP, UNEP During the 75th UN General […]

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Young couple are trying to overcome challenges in the COVID-19 pandemic and effects of climate changes for food security and rural economic improvement!

As a former migrated youth to work outside home country, By Samol, aged 32 years old a farmer lives in Svay Kngou village, Svay Chrum commune, Svay chrum district, Svay Rieng province. Samol used to work as worker in South Korea on agriculture (water melon farm). After the contract agreement with the company had finished […]

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Consultation workshop on drafting of the strategic action plan on agriculture 2019-2023!

On August 12th, 2020 CFAP was invited to participate in the drafting of the five years strategic action plan on agriculture 2019-2023 of the provincial department of agriculture forestry and fisheries (PDAFF), Say Rieng province. The strategic action plan is crucial, not only for the department, but also for farmers, especially smallholders, farming communities and […]

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CFAP hosted a visit of the Private Sector to its regional office in Svay Rieng!

ថ្នាក់ដឹកនាំសមាគមសហព័ន្ធកសិករកម្ពុជានៃអ្នកផលិតកសិកម្ម (សសកជ) បានចែករំលែកបទពិសោធន៍ការងារ សមាគម ជាមួយក្រុមកសិករអ្នកផលិតខ្នាតតូច និងរចនាសម្ព័ន្ធគ្រប់គ្រងជាមួយប្រធានផ្នែកទំនាក់ទំនងទីផ្សារក្រុមហ៊ុនមីជាតិ និងសហការីនៅការិយាល័យថ្នាក់តំបន់ និងមានការសិក្សាឈ្វេងយល់បន្ថែមនៅសហគមន៍៕ CFAP’s head of management SOK Sotha was sharing work experiences with smallholder farmers and CFAP’s working structure with MI CHEAT’s Manager VENG Rachna, Marketing Communication and His Manager, Brand YEN Borin while on their visits to CFAP’s regional office and members at the community.

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Inception workshop on Digital Platform for Agriculture Value Chains, SAAMBAT Project.

Inception workshop on Digital Platform for Agriculture Value Chains, SAAMBAT Project. There were several presentations about the project and related programmes such as SAAMBAT project under sub-component 2.2. The workshop aimed to get more inputs from stakeholders in the value chains included the national farmers’ associations like CFAP Cambodia as we work to represent farmer […]

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CFAP provided facilitation between farmers’ associations/coops and stakeholders within the Accelerating Inclusive Markets for Smallholders (AIMS)!

In May 2020 though there was a social physical distancing affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, CFAP’s boards and management conducted field visits to meet with all CFAP staff members, members’ associations and agricultural cooperatives at their sub-national constituencies to find growth, challenges and impacts from COVID-19 and climate change. During our field visits, we had […]

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Smallholders are key actors of the value chains for food system.

Smallholders have upgraded their farming system to contribute to the food system and food security. Small scale producers normally use organic fertilizer for their vegetable and crops production that can contribute actively to take care the public health. The Royal Governments and or Governments in particular in Asia had better pay their high attentions on […]

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CFAP Policy to Promote and Empower Youth in Agriculture!

The Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP Cambodia) focused on 1). Institutional strengthening though building the capacity of farmers’ associations/agricultural cooperatives, men, women and youth to become professional service providers and or extension workers to farmer members and clients, 2). Policy Advocacy and Participation, 3).  AGRI-Business and Value Chain, 4). Climate Change, 5). […]

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