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New crop for high market demands!

Asparagus is one of new crops in Cambodia and is grown best at a pH of 6.5-7.0. Smallholder farmers in Siem Reap, Banteaymeanchey and Pailin of Cambodia are trying to pilot this new plant within their small part of their farm land. Though, it i a little bit difficult to take care of the plants, […]

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Climate Finance!

Agriculture is a major sector in Cambodia which represent of about 82% of the total population, most of them are smallholder farmers and live in rural area. They still depend much on rain water. Irrigation system is very poor and there is limited or no water in dry season that could allow farmers continue their […]

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Workshop on Capitalizing CEDEP II’s

CFAP’s head of management participated in Workshop on Capitalizing CEDEP II’s Legacies for Sustainable Cassava Sector Development organized by Ministry of Commerce (MoC). The project funded by WTO through UNDP in collaboration with MOC. Siem Reap, Wednesday 20-21, December 2017.

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Accelerating Inclusive Markets for Smallholders (AIMS)

Accelerating Inclusive Markets for Smallholders (AIMS). Focused on Quality Assure Rice, Vegetables, Backyard chicken, Cassava and Raw silk. Initiated by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in collaboration with Ministry of Commerce (MoC) and Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF). Involved relevant stakeholders are Farmers’ Organizations, Private Sector and Development Partners (DPs).

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