Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program

Videos

Insecticide Mode of Action Explained

Insecticide Mode of Action Explained

This video has been translated into Khmer with technical support from the Department of Plant Protection Sanitary and Phytosanitary in the General Directorate of Agriculture of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and funding from the Australian Government’s Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC). Visit original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS7pxpTwMoQ

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For Women – Mak Khouch Story

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For Women – Mak Khouch Story

Sustainable irrigation schemes constructed by the Australian Government’s Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) allow farmers to grow one or two extra rice crops each year, significantly increasing their incomes. Watch these videos to hear from women farmers themselves how CAVAC schemes have transformed their lives.

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For Women – Year Thon Story

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For Women – Year Thon Story

Sustainable irrigation schemes constructed by the Australian Government’s Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) allow farmers to grow one or two extra rice crops each year, significantly increasing their incomes. Watch these videos to hear from women farmers themselves how CAVAC schemes have transformed their lives.

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For Women – Horm Chu Story

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For Women – Horm Chu Story

Sustainable irrigation schemes constructed by the Australian Government’s Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) allow farmers to grow one or two extra rice crops each year, significantly increasing their incomes. Watch these videos to hear from women farmers themselves how CAVAC schemes have transformed their lives.

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For People With Disabilities – Lor Saroeung Story

CAVAC Irrigation Schemes Make Farming Easier For People With Disabilities – Lor Saroeung Story

Sustainable irrigation schemes constructed by the Australian Government’s Cambodia-Australia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) allow farmers to grow one or two extra rice crops each year, significantly increasing their incomes. Watch this video to hear from the farmer with disability themselves how CAVAC schemes have transformed their lives.

CAVAC’s approach to introducing laser land levelling technology in Cambodia

CAVAC’s approach to introducing laser land levelling technology in Cambodia

The Australian Government’s Cambodia-Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC) has been supporting the private sector to introduce technology and equipment that increases productivity in the Cambodian rice sector. This video illustrates CAVAC’s approach and explains how the Program partnered with private companies to introduce laser land levelling technology to the Cambodian market.

CAVAC’s impact on cassava farming

CAVAC’s impact on cassava farming

This video showcases an impact from one of field demonstrations under a collaboration between CAVAC and Bayon Heritage Holding Group. Our joint effort aimed at promoting livelihood of cassava farmers through improving fertiliser and farming practices. In addition, our work also helps improve information services on cassava management practice through a private sector like Bayon ...

Improving Rice Production and Reducing Costs

Improving Rice Production and Reducing Costs

Eli Rice Seeder uses air pressure to shoot rice seed directly into wet soil. It reduces seed rate to only 30 to 100 kg from 200 to 300 kg in manual broadcast. The tool won the Patents for Humanity Award in 2018. CAVAC supports Agri-Smart in marketing and outreach of the tool.