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Farmers needed the agricultural cooperative to play a key role to purchase produces collectively from farmer members!

Climate change has put more and more pressures for farmers, especially small farmers in Cambodia, South East Asia as they do not have proper agricultural technical skills, capital to expand farming and market structure properly from farms to markets in particular in the Covid-19 pandemic. Even though, Som Lida, ages 33 years old a farmer […]

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Digital technology plays important role in rural, social and economic development in the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.

Digital technology plays important role in rural, social and economic development in the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond. Due needs of farmers and farmers’ organizations to get access to digitalization, therefore Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP) participates actively to engage farmers and farmers’ organizations and agricultural cooperatives directly to benefit from the digital […]

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The Climakers Asia Digital Workshop!

The Climakers Asia Digital Workshop organized by the Institute for the Development of Agricultural Cooperation in Asia (IDACA) in collaboration with the world farmers’ organisation (WFO). Stories from the field across the Asia region (SA, SEA, Pacific, Asia-Europe, and Northeast Asia/East Asia) were shared and exchanged by farmer leaders and their representatives related to the […]

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Perspective from a founder and managing director of the Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP), Sok Sotha.

Born in a rural farming community in Cambodia, I think that education and cooperative work can make agriculture, environment, economy and livelihoods of people, especially rural people better and sustainable with unity and peace. I travelled a lot to visit many parts of rural areas in Cambodia and exchanged opinions with farmers and I could […]

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Consultation Workshop on Study of Agricultural Value Chains for Digitalization!

Consultation Workshop on Study of Agricultural Value Chains for Digitalization organized by the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) in collaboration with the Sustainable Assets for Agriculture Markets, Business and Trade (SAAMBAT) project financed by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and European Investment Bank (EIB) Sub-Component at Techo Startup Centre. The workshop aimed to […]

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Session on Soil health & Sustainable landscapes – transformative action at scale!

On 7th September, 2021 there was a great session on soil health organized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) which the panelists composed of multi stakeholders come from Development organisations, Development bank, Private sector, Science, University and Farmers’ organisation. In the conversations during […]

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Engagement farmers with businesses helps ensuring sustainable agriculture and rural livelihoods!

Small farmers as CFAP members in Cambodia get interested in using organic fertilizer produced by their own agricultural cooperative society from existing materials that can find in the villages to improve soil quality for vegetable and rice production. To accelerate our purposes of engagement farmers with businesses, we need to collaborate with stakeholders such as […]

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How agroecological practices can overcome challenges on climate change and nature restoration!

Small farmers in Cambodia are comparing between climate smart agriculture practices and agroecological practices before making decision whether to apply both practices or finding the best way that can integrate to improve agricultural production with resilience for the rural farming communities while farmers, especially small farmers are facing problems with climate change, high temperature, poor […]

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Farmers in developing and least developed nations should not only do farming for farming or surviving, but also creating small and collective businesses to ensure a sustainable agriculture with better livelihoods!

Climate change has changed mind set of our farmers in the rural farming communities to try best efforts to use remained stuff after rice harvest. Recently, our members’ cooperative has collected rice straw from the field to make compost and use to grow and improve vegetables and crops production included mushroom to diversify incomes in […]

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Technical Working Group on Agriculture and Water (TWGAW) Meeting!

On 2nd September, 2021 CFAP’s managing director Sok Sotha participated in a technical working group on agriculture and water (TWGAW) meeting. The meeting today focused mainly on the project Inclusive Livestock Value Chain and One Health led by co chairs – Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) and Ministry of Water Resource and Meteorology […]

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