Writer: Nurhayati Lubis, Junior Professional Officer for Public Relation, Monitoring and Evaluation, GIZ Indonesia In the northwest of the island of Sumatra, Mrs. Tiniar Saragih, now 50 years old, wakes up each morning to travel
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-HgNLqsm8A&feature=youtu.be Pikul and Suchart are small rice farmers from Suphan Buri province of Thailand. They have difficulties selling their produce and are not happy with the income they can make. A decrease in crop yields
Writer: Nguyen Ngoc Son, Project Officer for Land and Agriculture, GIZ Vietnam For more than two decades, small-scale rice farmers in Dong Thap and An Giang provinces in southern Vietnam have found a way to
Exchange of experiences and knowledge is essential for ASEAN countries to speed up flows of safe agricultural goods
Writer: Natasha Angsakulchai, Junior Advisor of Facilitating Trade for Agricultural Goods in ASEAN (FTAG) Project Efforts to tackle obstacles that impede flows of fruits and vegetables among Southeast Asian nations continue despite the fact that
Instead of going for a new round of planting right away, more Thai farmers in Ang Thong province stop lighting fires in their paddy fields and decide to give the soil a break by growing other crops such as Por Tuang that benefit their soil handsomely and help cut excessive use of fertilizer.
Written by Prangthong Jitcharoenkul, Junior Communication Officer, GIZ Thailand Despite strong knowledge and experiences in the palm oil industry, the farmers in southern Thailand are eager to learn more about soft skills that can help