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Economic initiative is key toward sustained agriculture, sustained food systems and better livelihood of the rural communities!

Torng Thlork Rik Chamroeurn Agricultural Cooperative found in 2007 by farmers in the community with founding members of 197, 93 females. The cooperative covered in four villages, one commune and one district in Svay Rieng province. The cooperative focus on (1). Savings, (2). Use of a revolving fund, (3). Rice seed production (fragrant rice), (4). […]

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CFAP’s Board meeting!

On 3rd April 2022, following CFAP’s By-Laws Chapter IV Organizational Governing Structure, roles and responsibilities, Article 20 Board meeting, therefore CFAP organized a Virtual Board meeting to review the progress of the organizations and projects both ongoing project(s) and new proposed project(s). After a report of CFAP’s managing director, Sok Sotha on progresses of the […]

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The rural farmers in Cambodia needed irrigation systems for rice and vegetable production improvement in a year-round, thus to encourage more youth in agriculture!

Around 47 years ago, Cambodia was ruled by the genocide regime “Khmer Rouge” 1975 – 1979, there were several community ponds and canals were constructed by using human labor for agricultural purpose. One of those ponds is located at the Svay Chrum Commune, Svay Chrum district, Svay Rieng. Throughout the years, especially the community pond […]

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CFAP farmer members’ growth 2002 – 2021!

Previously CFAP found by nine farmers’ associations in one province i.e. Svay Rieng province+, South East of Cambodia in 2002 with 1820 household members, 910 household led females (50%), then the association has grown members till present. In Cambodia, agricultural cooperatives started to establish firstly in 2013 after the first law on Agricultural Cooperatives was […]

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CFAP members’ organizations 2002 – 2021!

Previously CFAP found by nine farmers’ associations in one province i.e. Svay Rieng province+, South East of Cambodia in 2002 with 1820 household members, 910 household led females (50%), then the association has grown members till present. In Cambodia, agricultural cooperatives started to establish firstly in 2013 after the first law on Agricultural Cooperatives was […]

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Online thematic session to share experiences on Challenges on Flood Plains “ Irrigated Perimeter”!

On 17 March, 2022 CFAP’s managing director, Sok Sotha participated in a thematic session to share experiences on challenges on flood plains amongst ALiSEA members in Cambodia. There were several case studies/researches on irrigation systems, agroecological practices, water management, conservation agriculture and challenges faced by farmers. Irrigation business scheme, agroecological practices and conservation agriculture however […]

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Public Policy and Agroecological Transformations in the ASEAN & Launching of the Farmers’ Organizations for Asia (FO4A)!!

On 16th March, 2022 CFAP’s managing director, Sok Sotha participated in two workshop(s)/meeting(s) virtually i.e. (1). on public policy and agroecological transitions in the ASEA and Launching of the Farmers’ Organization for Asia (FO4A). The workshop on public policy and agroecology transformations in ASEAN co-organised by the Agroecology in South East Asia (ASEA) and the […]

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It’s time to build a strategic partnership impartially to improve agricultural production, agroecology, networking, knowledge and experiences sharing and building the capacity of farmers for farmers and consumers toward policies for all!

On 15th March 2022 CFAP’s managing director participated in three different meetings to discuss on policy process and action plans to initiate and strengthen the collaboration opportunity between ASSET project, the General Directorate of Agriculture (GDA) of the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) and the Agroecology Alliance for South East Asia (ALiSEA). At […]

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Linking local produces to markets is key toward sustainable food systems, healthy food and better livelihoods of the rural people!

A floating market or weekly market organised weekly at some of the AIMS target provinces in Cambodia, AIMS project/programme funded by IFAD and the Royal Government of Cambodia, the Ministry of Commerce is an executor. CFAP members’ organisations (Producers’ associations and agricultural cooperatives) got opportunity to present their products weekly to clients in Siem Reap, […]

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