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Library ResourceMultimediaFebruary, 2013Indonesia
Library ResourceMultimediaMay, 2013Indonesia
Farmers in Boyolali District in Central Java, Indonesia are producing and marketing organic rice through their organization APPOLI (Organic Farmers Alliance Boyolali). The organizatino is doing consumer awareness activities and implementing an Internal Control System (ICS) to guarantee quality, traceability, and organic certification of rice.
Library ResourceMultimediaJune, 2013Vietnam
Farmers produce and market organic vegetables with support from VNFU
Library ResourceMultimediaJune, 2013Cambodia
Case Study on Successful Marketing Models Between the Farmers and Business Group Cambodia
Library ResourceMultimediaJune, 2013Asia
Library ResourceMultimediaNovember, 2013South-Eastern Asia, Asia
Video teaser shown during the official launch of MTCP2 on November 23, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand
Library ResourceMultimediaNovember, 2013South-Eastern Asia
Sophal Uon, Chairperson of AFA, talks about what the MTCP2 means for farmers and farmer organizations in Southeast Asia (22 November 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)
Library ResourceReports & ResearchSeptember, 2013Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, Thailand
The agri food system across the globe is fast restructuring. While smallholder farmers remain to be a major stakeholder, situation changes from where “the farm producing what the household consumes and consumes what the farm produce” to “the farm sourcing inputs outside the farms and producing beyond the farm for other households/communities/cities as well”.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchJune, 2013Cambodia, Philippines, Southern Asia
“In Cambodia, Thida is happy. Her organization, Farmer and Nature Net (FNN), encouraged her to start raising organic pigs to sell to the market. A partner NGO, the Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture (CEDAC), gave her the necessary training on how to raise pigs the organic and healthy way. Now, she no longer needs to go to town to buy expensive feeds because she can source and make these from the various plants and materials around her.