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Banana is one of six vegetables and fruits that have been selected as agriculture ambassadors for further exchange and discussion.

ASEAN Continues To Step Up Efforts For A Smoother Flow Of Agricultural Goods

Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam plan to continue improving its capacity to make trade flow of fruits and vegetables faster and simpler by building on the results achieved from the project, Facilitating Trade for Agricultural Goods in ASEAN (FTAG), which ended last December.

Dr. Alexander Jäger, Team Leader - Agricultural and Climate Risk Insurance at the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), shares experience on crop insurance and good practices from other regions. (Photo credit: GIZ Thailand)

Agricultural Insurance As Key Tool For Driving Sustainable Farming

In order to address challenges in driving sustainability in agriculture, better understanding and knowledge on crop insurance scheme are essential to shape future direction in development and promotion of agricultural insurance in the country and possibly collaboration at the regional level.

100&Change is a distinctive competition that is open to organizations and collaborations working in any field, anywhere in the world. Proposals must identify a problem and offer a solution that promises significant and durable change.

We Are Among Top 100 Proposals For The MacArthur’s US$100 Million Grant

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has unveiled the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and Olam International’s entry as one of the Top 100, in its 100&Change competition for a single US$100 million grant to help solve one of the world’s most critical social challenges.

A farmer from Samrong district of Ubon Ratchathani province takes her daughter to the community hall, so they can receive the bonus together. (Photo credit: GIZ Thailand)

Extra Cash In Pockets Of Many Thai Rice Farmers

Once the local farmers developed a better understanding of the international standard on sustainable rice cultivation and managed to do away with the overuse of fertilizer, they have earned more money and become a role model for those who still feel uneasy to shift from their long-standing practices.​

Stories of Sustainability

farmers speak: Let's hear the voice of our farmers

by Naylinya Chappanapong,
Senior Communication Officer,
GIZ Thailand’s Agriculture and Food Cluster

by Prangthong Jitcharoenkul,
Junior Communication Officer,
GIZ Thailand’s Agriculture and Food Cluster

by Prangthong Jitcharoenkul,
Junior Communication Officer,
GIZ Thailand’s Agriculture and Food Cluster

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