Biocontrol: The long-term solution for ASEAN agriculture (8 minutes: English language with no subtitle)
From Fruit to Juice: From Integrity to Food Security (Full version: Thai language with English VDO (15 minutes: Thai language with English subtitle)
This 15-minute video is filmed in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand. It tells stories of Thai pineapple farmers, fruit processing factory owner, and SGF’s fruit juice quality assurance auditor and their roles in securing the agrifood business sustainability. Copy is available. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org for the copy (free of charge).
From Fruit to Juice: From Integrity to Food Security (Short version: English language) (9 minutes: English language with English subtitle)
The Global Agribusiness set to support Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Food security in ASEAN
Despite recent progress in achieving food security, over 60 million people in Southeast Asia remain hungry or malnourished. Watch Suriyan Vichitlekarn, a Senior Regional Advisor of ASEAN Sustainable Agrifood Systems, explain the food security situation in the region.
Food Standard for ASEAN: Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) VS Organic (5 minute: English language with no subtitle)
Be environmentally friendly, be my guest!
Voices from our junior farmers
Students aged between 9 and 14 from Thailand sent their 30-second motion clips under a topic “If you are a farmer, what do you want to tell the Thais?” as part of a ‘Junior Farmer’ video competition organised by the Better Rice Initiatives Asia (BRIA) and BASF in collaboration with Rice Department of Thailand.
Thai government aid for rice farmers, NBT World Thailand, 24 November 2016
FIA Video: The State of Food Security in Asia
Mr Richard Skinner, Strategy Leader, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Singapore,speaks with Food Industry Asia (FIA) about what food security looks like across Asia, and touches on the importance of transparency and effective regulation in tackling food fraud.
Repeat: Food and nutrition security is not just about producing enough to eat…but making food available, accessible and useable to everybody at ALL TIME.
The world’s population is growing. But today, at a global level, agriculture is currently producing one third more calories than necessary to feed all the people in the world. That means: In principle, there is enough food for everybody. Nevertheless one person in nine goes to bed hungry. Worldwide there are still 800 million people going hungry.
What’s wrong with our food system: Birke Baehr, 11 TEDx Next Generation Asheville
Having lunch in Vietnamese means eating rice: A VDO tells how partnership and integrated pest management training promotes sustainable rice cultivation in Viet Nam (3 minutes: Vietnamese language with English subtitle)
‘I will hand down my skills to my children’: Vietnamese farmer tells how integrated pest management training helps safeguard his crops (2 minutes: Vietnamese language with English subtitle)
Rice is farmer’s happiness: A female rice farmer tells about Integrated Pest Management training and how she becomes happier (2 minutes: Vietnamese language with English subtitle)
The one pest outbreak turned Me The Le, a rice farmer in Dong Thap province, Viet Nam to live in a nightmare of fear. To her, rice is a farmer’s happiness. After attending the Integrated Pest Management training, now she knows how to better protect her crops, and the environment, while preventing pests and diseases, and she is passing her knowledge down to the local community.
Rules of Four Rights: Farmers in Viet Nam gain knowledge and skills to produce safe agriculture products (1.25 minutes: Vietnamese language with English subtitle)
Mr. Phan Anh Tu is a trainer from Plant Protection Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Viet Nam. He trains the rice farmers in Dong Thap Province on the application of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Read more…
Rice is life
To Vietnamese rice farmers, life depends on rice. Good harvest means good income. It means money to buy seeds to sow again and education for their children.
Food standards video is now available in seven ASEAN languages.
Consumers increasingly want information and assurance about what they eat, but are often overwhelmed by the many different kinds of food standards. Read more…