During the 70th anniversary of Human Rights Day at Freedom Park yesterday, activists urged all governing bodies to pay closer attention to human rights in order to address challenges still being faced.
Kors Kralor district, Battambang province – Thousands of hectares of rice fields in 12 districts here have been sucked dry as drought continues to afflict farmers, with those living in Kors Kralor district hit the hardest.
It is not a Cambodian tradition to invest in agricultural development, but more to tap into the supply chain of hard working farmers. It is left up to foreign tax payers to contribute, with the argument that it lifts farmers out of poverty.
About 300 farmers launch a campaign to celebrate Human Rights Day in Svay Rieng.
Activists to challenge Ramaphosa’s plan to allow expropriation without compensation.
The Water Resources Ministry says a change in weather conditions is the main contributor to a series of droughts.
Oxfam holds the official launch for its blockchain-based project BlocRice.
The Centre for Policy Studies urges the government to consider reducing tax on some imported agriculture equipment.
Researchers from the Centre for Policy Studies yesterday asked the government to allocate or lease cancelled Economic Land Concessions of more than five hectares to small and medium-sized farmers to improve their livelihoods.
Boosting agricultural exports to China can only be done by improving sanitary and phyto-sanitary standards among local farmers and firms, experts concurred yesterday during a workshop organized by Germany’s GIZ.
A MoU with the Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences to train farmers.
Farmers, traders and relevant stakeholders can now find updated information on agricultural and commodity prices and other information related to agriculture with the Agricultural Market Information Service website (AMIS) accessible through the Ministry of Agriculture’s main portal.
Indonesian poultry farmer Yohanes Sugihtononugroho faced ruin four years ago when plummeting prices forced him to slaughter all 100,000 of his chickens and shutter his business.
In Prek Norin commune, the majority of residents are rice farmers and flood water can be seen covering their fields as far as the eye can see.
The Agriculture Ministry will distribute about 3,000 tonnes of rice seeds to the farmers affected by floods across the Kingdom, an official said yesterday.
Growing up in a family of farmers in Kampong Cham (now Tbong Khmom), Koy Phong dreamt of getting quality education for himself and achieve his life goals.
Three farmers suffer minor injuries after driving over a landmine in Chom Ksan.
Heifer and Khmer Organic agreement to give 35,000 farmer greater market access.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Ministry of Agriculture are teaming up to establish a project that will focus on lifting the living standards of smallholder rubber farmers in Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand.
Three farmers were killed by lightning strikes in Pursat province’s Prangil commune.
Three farmers were killed by lightning strikes in Pursat province’s Prangil commune on Saturday while they were working.
Local firm Confirel has teamed up Le Guérandais, a famous salt producer from France, to produce high quality salt for export.
Silk weaving is an ancient art in Cambodia. Chinese annals depict that farmers in the then Kampuchea grew mulberry trees and raised silkworms for a thriving silk industry, with raw silk exports going to China in shiploads.
The innovative programme to boost farmers’ livelihoods is taking place today.
Myanmar government returns over 481.92 acres of farmland to 123 farmers.
Loan providers are asked to ease the burden on farmers affected by recent floods.
A new partnership aims to improve the livelihoods of local cassava farmers.
Agriculture Ministry calls on bananas farmers and companies to register.
The Royal Academy of Cambodia and the South China Agricultural University will soon begin a collaboration to conduct research in the industry and train farmers.
The worst drought in living memory is sweeping parts of eastern Australia, leaving farmers struggling to cope and asking questions about their future.