• 21-04-2014

    From the 21st to the 23rd of March 2014, the EU-funded Annâdya project organized a Provincial Agri Culture Fair in Banlung. The event has been conducted by Annâdya project partners in Cambodia, Universite Libre de Bruxelles and CEDAC, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, the Provincial Departments of Culture and Arts, Agriculture, Women Affairs, Rural Development, Trade and Tourism of Ratanakiri

  • 21-04-2014

    On March 20, 2014, the Building Climate Resilient Farming Communities in Cambodia (BCR) project of CEDAC hosted a visit for Mr. Michael Kronenberg of Bread for the World, in Prey Veng province. Three CEDAC staff members accompanied the visit, to include Mr. Sam Vitou, Mr. Khin Daravuth and Mr. Eang Yorn.

  • 21-04-2014

    Since April 2007, CEDAC has been a cooperative partner in the National Biodigester Programme (NBP) which promotes and disseminates information about domestic bio-digesters to local farmers. The National Bio-digester Programme (NBP) is a joint program between the Cambodia Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) and the Netherlands Development Organization (SNV).

  • 28-05-2013

    Cambodian farmers grow more than 1,000 rice varieties, among them, several fragrant varieties. One of the most popular fragrant rice varieties produced for the market by Cambodian organic rice farmers supported by CEDAC is called  Phka Malis.  In Khmer language, this means beautiful garland of flowers, because of its delicate floral aroma.

  • 28-05-2013

    CEDAC began introducing SRI to Cambodian farmers in 2000. Since then, CEDAC has been active in supporting farmer-to-farmer extension of SRI on a national scale. To reinforce SRI dissemination among farmers in Cambodia, CEDAC has initiated a SRI national prize open to all rice farmers in Cambodia.