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Consultation workshop on public awareness raising on CamGAP and CamORG standards and Certification Procedure!

Cambodia remained rural society and majority of farmers are smallholders with limited capacity on agriculture improvement to meet increased food demands, however the country had expressed strong commitments to reach safe and nutritional food production by new pathway of improving agriculture production by focusing on agriculture standards. On 28th May, 2021 the Plant Protection, Sanitary […]

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National Independent Dialogues on FSS to explore commitments for Sustainable Food Systems for Cambodia 2030!

On Tuesday 18th of May, 2021 the Cambodia Food Systems Summit 2021 convened by the Council for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD), of the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) organized a virtual meeting with relevant stakeholders in the food value chain actors come from the National government’s ministries, Sub-national government, FAO, IFAD, DPs and Farmers’ […]

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Smallholder farmers need to get access to direct funding from development partners, UN and Banks to sustain agriculture and markets!

What COVID-19 has learned and forced farmers in Cambodia to change their mindset from old marketing model to new marketing model? CFAP is trying hard to change mindset of farmers in Cambodia by means of training, advisory support and media knowledge sharing on new agricultural technical practice and ne marketing model to farmers, especially small-scale […]

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Farmers and their organizations are facing further challenges affected by COVID-19 pandemic additionally to current climate change which it is required them to focus more on economic literacy for farming and organizational sustainability!

CFAP’s MD had a meeting with CFAP’s board members in charged in treasure and dissemination to discuss and find better solution to develop a firm business action plan for agricultural cooperatives and producers’ associations during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Farmers, small scale, medium farmers and farmers’ organizations (agricultural cooperatives and producers’ associations) are in […]

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Smallholder farmers get interested in organic and non GMO products though they are facing challenges with finance in the context of climate change and crisis of the pandemics to meet organic and non GMO conditions!

Smallholder farmers in rural Cambodia live depend much on agriculture to survive their families. In average they have four member each family and generally one or two adults and or old ages to earn a living to feed children and the family. Though they work hard on their small farms of about 0.50ha for each […]

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Agricultural Cooperatives in Cambodia are facing challenges impacted by COVID-19!

Smallholder farmers get organized through their own cooperatives and or producer associations aiming to improve agricultural production, knowledge sharing and agricultural economic initiative at the community level. Sambo Meanchey Agricultural Cooperative became a member of CFAP Cambodia in 2017. The cooperative bases in Sambo village, Sopheas commune, Steung Strong district, Kampong Cham province, south east […]

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Job Announcement

The Cambodian Farmer Federation Association of Agricultural Producers (CFAP) is seeking a qualified Cambodian nationality to fill a position of Accountant (01 post) based at CFAP’s regional office in Svay Rieng. The recruited candidate will be responsible for working closely with CFAP member’s cooperatives and producer associations in Cambodia. The recruited staff member is under […]

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Meeting to reflect and discuss to develop the action plan on the participatory guarantee system (PGS)

On 31st December, 2020 CFAP organised a meeting to reflect and discuss to develop the action plan on the Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) with the boards after the training workshop held last 26-27 December, 2020. The meeting coordinated by CFAP’s managing director, Mr. Sok SOTHA and chaired by CFAP’s chairwoman, Mrs. An SARUN. There were […]

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Net house get interested by smallholder farmers as it is more resilient to climate change and farmers can grow in a year round for sale regularly to markets

Because of climate change, severe climate with unexpected climate conditions in Cambodia, Our farmer members in Battambang province, Cambodia got interested in growing cabbage and Chinese cabbage in their small plot of net houses for sales to super markets and big buyers in Phnom Penh. Mrs. Long Mom, chairwoman of the Meanchey Reaksmey Rong Roeurng […]

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