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Taking Robusta coffee of Southern Thailand to another level

Taking Robusta Coffee Of Southern Thailand To Another Level

The first strategy and roadmap for Robusta coffee have been endorsed for the first time to improve the value chain of local coffee beans of Chumphon province and the farmers’ livelihoods.

Local farmers take five days to complete the training on SRP & maximum residue levels (MRL). The training was held in An Giang Province on 11 January 2020. (Photo credit: GIZ Vietnam)

Less Chemical Farming Paves The Way To Sustainability In South Vietnam

In order to make sure the residue found in rice is under the permissible level, over 60 Vietnamese small-scale farmers in An Giang of southern Vietnam are enhancing their knowledge and skills in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) farming approaches.

Mr. Hok Kimthourn, Deputy Director of Department of Planning and Statistics at MAFF shares his comments on a judicious mix of public and private approaches in agricultural insurance and the role of governments in supporting agricultural insurance programmes. (Photo Credit: GIZ Thailand)

Cambodia Speeds Up National Crop Insurance

Damage in the natural disaster-prone areas costs millions of dollars to the national budget annually to provide direct aids to the affected population and to restore damaged infrastructure.

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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