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Give a contribution to ADDA´s smaller development projects for poor farmer families in Cambodia and Vietnam!

ADDA´s Organic Project increase the cultivation and marketing of healthy organic foods in Vietnam.

Group formation is essential for success in ADDA´s Farmer Field Schools.
Here is the group ´Solidality´ in Tanzania.

Thanks for your support in 2016

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26,350 DKK was collected in the Christimas Fundraise 2016. ADDA would like to say thank you to all the contributors.

On top of that comes a great contribution from the Roskilde Fund of 70,200 DKK. We are looking forward to the many wells, rice banks etc., that this money allows us to build in Cambodia and Vietnam.

/Bodil E. Pallesen, coordinator for the Christmas Fundraise



New projects on their way in Tanzania

ADDA Tanzania finished the project NADO in Focus at the end of June, after 4½ years. Since then we have succeeded in attracting two new bridging projects as well as two applications for larger long term projects have been produced. Follow this link to the Tanzania page.

Organic Farming in Vietnam

In Vietnam ADDA work with organic farming to strengthen poor ethnic minorities' opportunities to practice, eat and sell healthy and pesticide-free agricultural products. Read more here.

The water supply and food security for rural area are crucial

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We have recieved an article from Mrs. Yun Sinang, the CISOM-project, Cambodia.
She is writing about the successes which is a result of ADDA´s smaller development projects, where self help groups get help to build wells and rice banks. Read here.

New wells, chicken farms etc. in Cambodia and Vietnam

s. 12. Bagside. børn bærer vandADDA is running a collection campaign for families and self help groups in Cambodia and Vietnam!
Find informations and see how you can donate here. 

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This video is made during the evaluation of the VLA II in Vietnam. Legal Aid to the Rural Population II (2011 - 2014).

 See all ADDA- videoes here