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Presentation of the study „Positive Youth Development”

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The Department of Psychology at RUPP has been conducting a survey on “Positive Youth Development” (founded by CPS/GIZ), comprising 1600 young people from six different high schools in urban and rural areas. …

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Presentation of the study „Positive Youth Development”

DSC0982115 September 2017

The Department of Psychology at RUPP has been conducting a survey on “Positive Youth Development” (founded by CPS/GIZ), comprising 1600 young people from six different high schools in urban and rural areas. The focus of this study was to explore the influence of the school environment as well as certain features of the family on the young people well-being and future aspirations. On Wednesday, 13th of September the findings were presented to a professional audience by faculty of the DP and the Principal Investigator Dr. Lopez Reyes (De La Salle University, Manila) during a forum at the RUPP campus. The around 100 participants were also listening with great interest to the various impulse speeches from practitioners in the field of school counseling and family therapy.

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A Best Practice Farm shares its lessons learnt

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In August 2016, the ASEAN-German Cooperation Project “Standards in the Southeast Asian Food Trade” (SAFT) project entered an integrated Public Private Partnership (iPPP) with the Khmer Organic Cooperative Co., Ltd (KOC) in Cambodia. So far two major developments can be seen: Firstly, the first two Cambodian farms have been certified according to the EU organic standard. More >>>

A Best Practice Farm shares its lessons learnt

IMG_351806 September 2017

In August 2016, the ASEAN-German Cooperation Project “Standards in the Southeast Asian Food Trade” (SAFT) project entered an integrated Public Private Partnership (iPPP) with the Khmer Organic Cooperative Co., Ltd (KOC) in Cambodia. So far two major developments can be seen: Firstly, the first two Cambodian farms have been certified according to the EU organic standard. Secondly, a project on palm juice is currently at the pre-audit stage and will soon also acquire certification on food safety. Furthermore, KOC has received several trainings on capacity building and technical advice with SAFT’s support throughout this partnership.

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The knowledge and lessons learnt that KOC has gained from the iPPP with SAFT will be shared with contract farming group producers, in order to improve their quality controlling and management. Therefore (KOC) organized a training course on Internal Control System (ISC) Management on August 17-18, 2017 and a training course on Postharvest management on August 25, 2017. The participants of the trainings were 19 contract farming group producers from the Kampong Norng village, the Kounsaat commune, the Teuk Chhou district, and the Kampot province.

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Contact:
Mr Ra Ten
Technical Advisor
Standards in the Southeast Asian Food Trade (SAFT)
GIZ Cambodia
ra.ten@giz.de

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How to improve the use of food standards in Cambodia? A Public Private Dialogue among actors of the fruit and vegetable supply chain

Group Dialogue (Retailers & Lucky Super Market)

Group Dialogue (Retailers & Lucky Super Market)

05 September 2017

Despite a growing demand for certified foods among Cambodian and international consumers, only a small amount of food grown in Cambodia is currently certified. One of the reasons that hinder the certification is the lack of exchange among actors in the supply chain.

Although a roadmap for the implementation of GAP and organic food has already been developed by the General Directorate of Agriculture (GDA) with the support of the ASEAN-German Cooperation Project “Standards in the Southeast Asian Food Trade” (SAFT)“, what was still missing was a commitment of the whole supply chain – farmers, retailers and consumers – to use these standards actively. More >>>

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