A group of male and female farmers practice grafting of seedlings

Our Work in Cambodia

  • Active in Cambodia since 2009; over 64,000¬†farmers trained since 2015.
  • We currently train smallholder farmers on sustainable vegetable production techniques in Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Kampong Cham, Kampot, Siem Reap, and Thbong Khmuom¬†provinces.
  • We provide intensive, hands-on training in the field, amplified by a strong digital presence that enables us to share technical farming advice beyond the areas we are working in.
  • See our 2022 results, learn about our projects, or click on the map to explore our farmers’ demonstration farms.
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Current & Recent Projects

Cambodian farmers learning in an open-air classroom

Nurture Veg

Increasing famers’ income opportunities and climate resilience through agroecological vegetable farming techniques suitable for local agronomic and climatic conditions

Project Partners: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, HEKS/EPER & Caritas Switzerland

people gather around a table to learn how to graft seedlings

Grow Against the Flow

Equipping smallholder farmers with the skills to increase year-round production of safe-to-eat vegetables, with an emphasis on women farmers

Project Partner: World Vegetable Center

Young farmer Khut Sey Ka farmer next to a row of cucumber plants

Catalysing Market Development for Women and Youth

Bringing women and youth into the vegetable market for increased income opportunities and greater market development

Project Partners: Innovations Against Poverty (IAP) & Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV)

News & Stories

Farmer Taing Han harvests a handful of long yard beans.

A Return to Cambodia Leads to Farming for Taing Han

Farmer Phearun Kean sets up the piping for his irrigation system

Drip Irrigation Brings Phearun More Vegetables with Less Effort

Farmer Mok Chem holds yard long beans in his field

No Need to Migrate for a Job

Farmer Sarin Chreng and his wife hold part of their caisim crop

Innovative Techniques for Change

Farmer Chhean Kin sits next to a row of tomato plants

Grafting Tomatoes for a Strong Harvest

Farmer Khom Khim gestures to her growing tomatoes

Tomato Harvest Success Using Climate-Smart Agriculture

woman farmer holding harvested yard long beans

70,000 Households to Gain Greater Access to Affordable Vegetables [Press Release]

The Cambodia Team in Action

trainer showing electronic resources to farmers

Sharing digital resources with farmers

Trainer explaining GrowHow pest identification guide to farmer

Reviewing our “Big 3 Insect Vectors of Plant Viruses” technical guide

Trainer holding up two seedling for grafting

Explaining how to graft tomato seedlings onto eggplant rootstock

group of people practicing grafting

Practicing grafting tomato seedlings onto eggplant rootstock

woman trainer pointing to handwritten poster

Sharing the cost, return, and profit for a tomato farmer’s crop

Two people with pile of soil between them

Preparing soil for seedlings

male trainer teaching group of farmers

A training on cucumber cost, return, and profit

group training on seedling production

Teaching farmers how to grow seedlings

group of farmers and trainer identifying pests they have found

Practical training on identifying pests and diseases

two people with trellised crop between them

Working together in the field

Reports & Resources


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Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) logo
HEKS logo
Caritas logo
World Vegetable Center logo
Innovation Against Poverty logo
SNV logo
Feed the Future logo
Abt Associates logo
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Asian Development Bank logo