Cambodia Vegetable Forum 2017: Fostering A Safe And Sustainable Vegetable Sector

Fostering a safe and sustainable vegetable sector In Cambodia there is strong market demand for local, high quality, safe fresh vegetables, however, the vegetable sector in Cambodia currently supplies less than half of the domestic demand. Key challenges within the sector include (1) low yields and difficulty producing in the wet season; (2) poor competitiveness with regional neighbours; […]

Job vacancy: Deputy Permaculture Supervisor – Vulgarization

HAPPY CHANDARA recruits Deputy Permaculture Supervisor – Vulgarization French Non-Profit Organization – Provide high-level education to under-privileged girls Happy Chandara School was created by the French association “Toutes à l’Ecole”. This school is supported by donations from individuals and foundations from European countries, including France, Belgium and Luxembourg. Happy Chandara School is composed of a […]

Job vacancy: Full-time Research Assistant (IRD in Cambodia)

The French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD) is looking for a young and motivated individual to assist in conducting research activities on natural resources management and agricultural dynamics in Cambodia. The successful candidate will mostly contribute to the DOUBT (Deltas dealing with uncertainty) research project by participating to the design of qualitative research […]

Regional Symposium on “Mapping and Assessing University-based Farmer Extension Services in ASEAN through an Agro-ecological / Organic Leans”, 23th February 2017, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

“We agree there are very different policies and priorities between all countries, but the common point is that they are all working under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework. The main problem though is that SDGs do not mention organic agriculture at all, they do not mention Agro-ecology either. That is where the university needs […]

ValueLinks Introductory Training Seminar in Khmer language, November 21-25 2016, Cambodia

ValueLinks Introductory Training Seminar in Khmer language, Siem Reap, Cambodia There is widespread agreement that economic growth is a precondition for reducing poverty. Development policy aims at generating “pro-poor growth”, creating jobs for the poor and providing small-scale enterpreneurs with new opportunities. It is in this context that “value chain promotion” has emerged as a […]