August 20, 2017

Linking farmers to modern technologies for value added production

The farmers in Sri Lanka, like of most of their counterparts in the Asian region, engage only in primary production. Whether they are paddy, vegetable, grains, […]
August 20, 2017

Women in Kambiadiya village overturn deadly agriculture practices

Most of the residents in Kambiadiya village in Matale district, Sri Lanka are engaged in agriculture. In addition to this, the women engage in home gardening […]
August 19, 2017

Preserving traditional seeds through Seed Banks in Udalumada village

Sri Lanka is one of the first countries that follow the Green Revolution methods in agriculture since the beginning of 1970s. The successive governments came into […]
August 18, 2017

Woman farmer increased vegetable production & solved the problems of crop diseases, weather forecast, & market prices

The Ritu Mausami Krishi Farm increased its vegetables production for about 20% and solved the problems of crop diseases, weather forecast, and market prices through the […]
August 16, 2017

Community Seed Bank: Ensuring farmers’ seed sovereignty

Farmers in Bangladesh used to produce and preserve seeds. However, the current situation has changed. Farmers are losing control over the seeds. Nowadays, more than 90% […]
August 16, 2017

Pesticide-Free Dry Fish Production: Ensuring income, reducing health risks

There are places in Bangladesh that rely on the production of dried fish for their livelihood. The biggest dried fish yards in the country are located […]
August 15, 2017

Enhancing farmers and fishers’ capacity to improve their livelihood through community radio

Char Fasson Upazilla in Bangladesh is an area lagged behind in many socio-economic indicators. One of the major profession in the area is fishing. Among the […]
May 30, 2017

PIFON partners with CTA in strengthening value chain analysis in the Pacific

PIFON has recently signed a contract with the ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Co-operation (CTA) to support the implementation of a project titled “Leveraging […]
February 16, 2016

API : Jokowi Only Profitable For Big Companies, Farmers Only Used As Slave

Secretary General of the Indonesian Peasant Alliance (API), Muhammad Nuruddin, criticized the government programs to increase the production of rice, corn and soybeans (pajale) Indonesia. The […]