Smallholder farmers in Cambodia have improved agricultural production to be more resilient to sever climate change in the region!

Smallholders in Cambodia have tried their best to build resilient agriculture to climate change in the integrated agroecological farming practice and interaction between household pond and vegetable on their small plot of farm land to survive the family and incomes to support children for higher education.

In the threats of COVID-19, however smallholders are disturbed by means of transportation and delivering produces to clients and buyers. It is required the intervention urgently to ensure that farmers, especially smallholders can continue to work on farms sustainably.