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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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Virtual Event to Share Experiences on Participatory Guarantee System (PGS)!

On 26th August 2021, ALiSEA Network organized a Thematic Session on Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) aiming to share experiences on PGS amongst relevant stakeholders i.e. farmers, development partners and private sector. CFAP’s founder and managing director, Sok Sotha and colleagues participated in this session. There were about 70 participants plus as members of ALiSEA Network […]

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Small scale farmers can diversify incomes from small scale farms for food and high education of their children!

Prum Saran has applied integrated agroecological practices and natural friendly agricultural practices on her small scale farms. Previously, she grows multi vegetables in an open space such as kangkong, cucumber, ridge gourd and leave onion by using compost made from animal manure and waste materials found in the village. Due increased temperature and quick change […]

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Small farmers need to improve producing capacity and small scale farm arrangement that can meet future market demands!

Mr.CHEN LYNA, a farmer lives in Thmol village, Chek commune, suburb of Krong Svay Rieng, Svay Rieng province, Cambodia. Lyna like growing multi crops and also few other poultries (chicken). Normally, he applied natural friendly agricultural practices which is related closely to agroecological practices because he does not use chemicals on his vegetables as well […]

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How can small scale farmers make mutual interaction between multi agricultural products!

Mrs. PREAP CHANTHY, a farmer lives in THMEY village, THMEY commune, Toek CHHUO district, Kampot province. She is a member of Roup Roum Samakee Rong Roeurng Agricultural Cooperative as CFAP’s member in Kampot province. CHANTHY got interested in multi agricultural production i.e. from paddy rice to livestock and poultries. Similarly to other small scale farmer, […]

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How can small scale farmers adapt to resilient agriculture?

Due irregular changes of climate conditions in these last three decade in Asia particularly in South East Asia, Cambodian farmers faced lots of problems on agricultural production where farmers, especially small scale farmers that represent about 80% of total population in the country live depend on agriculture and rainfall with the temperature varies from 25 […]

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Small scale farmers in rural Cambodia try hard to survive their family in disturbed COVID-19 pandemic!

Though, many small scale farmers are aging now in Cambodia, but they still work actively to survive the family by improving the technical poultry rearing from traditional practice to new backyard chicken practices following technical protocols. Mr. Ken yaim, a farmer lives in Traok village, Kampong Chamlang commune, Svay Chrum district, Svay Rieng. He is […]

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A Resilient Food Future: Scaling Digital Climate Advisory Services for Impact. Building the resilience of 300 million small scale producers by 2030. CFAP’s founder and managing director Sok Sotha addresses at the World Resources Institute on Webinar of how DCAS can help small scale farmers. According to the developed paper of the World Resources Institute […]

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