CLIMATE CHANGE AND ETHNIC MINORITIES IN NORTHERN VIETNAM, 2014 – 2017
For three years, ADDA has worked to capacity build ethnic minority farmers in Northern Vietnam. This mountanious area has been victim of land slides due to the climate crisis and inappropriate cultivation methods. The farmers have therefore been trained in these issues and acquired new sustainable and preventable farming methods. Read about the results here.
LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO CONTRACT FARMING FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES IN NORTHERN VIETNAM, 2015 – 2017
For three years, ADDA has trained farmers, small-scale businesses and agro-businesses in contract farming in Vietnam, to strenghten the rights of farmers and simultaneously increase the business owners’ awareness of their corporate social responsibility, CSR. Read the results here.
FARMER COOPERATIVES AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CIVIL SOCIETY IN SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA 2014 – 2016
In Cambodia, we have worked to improve the standard of living for poor farmers in the Siem Reap provinse of Cambodia. We have focused on female farmers, as they constitute the largest group and simultaneously are the most vulnarable and poor. Project results can be read here.
The photo encpatures a monthly village meeting in Nokor Thom in Maj 2016. Diane Caroen has evaluated the results of the project in July 2016. Read the farmers’ results here (in Danish).