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Agricultural Innovation helps smallholder farmers to be more resilient to climate change to meet food system and healthy food!

Cambodia is one of the most challenging countries in Asia, in particular in the Association of South East Asia Nations (ASEAN) and the country is ranked economically by the United Nations as least developed countries. About 80% of the total population are farmers and smallholder farmers with land size in between 0.50ha to 2ha in […]

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Technology helps farmers to overcome challenges on COVID-19 and climate change!

COVID-19 pandemic has generated disruption, social distancing, communication between producers and business leaders, travels and many other problems included getting access to experts, market information, weather forecasting, inputs suppliers and exchanges between farmers and relevant stakeholders . Farmers, especially smallholders are always in the forefront at all obstacles. In this regard, the Cambodian Farmer Federation […]

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Organic products help smallholders getting better prices

CAM ORGANIC is another agriculture standard among the existing agriculture standards in Cambodia i.e. Good Agricultural Practice (GAP), Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) and the Sustainable Rice Platform (SRP). On 27 October, 2020 CFAP’s managing director was invited to participate in the Launching Workshop on National Organic Technical Guideline and Organic Agriculture Standard “CAM ORGANIC”. This […]

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Though Cambodia are facing serious rained flood additionally to the COVID-19 pandemic, smallholder farmers still play key role as food system actor to contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Decade of Family Farming!

COVID-19 has affected seriously to food security, food system and livelihood of smallholder farmers who are key actors of the food system that represent about 80% of the total population in Cambodia. Today, our smallholder farmers are facing serious climate change i.e. serious rained flood that affected thousands of hectares of rice field, vegetable production, […]

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CFAP’s key activities with smallholder farmers in Cambodia

In order to improve the livelihood of smallholder farmers live in rural areas through agricultural and small scale businesses related in agriculture, therefore CFAP has continued its mission to help smallholder farmers to continue their farming activities in a year round by enabling them access to water source. CFAP Cambodia provided 35 household ponds so […]

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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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