October 22, 2017

Chan Law: Inspiring People to Go Organic

Chan Law is a Naga ethnic form Sagain Division, Lay Shi Township, Panset Village, Myanmar. He is presently living in Homalin, Naw Phu village. Chan Law […]
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 18, 2017

SEWA-Kerala eases the life of fisherwomen in Ernakulum

Women in the Fishery Sector are afflicted by a lot many bottlenecks like unhygienic market conditions, apathy towards the sector in general and women in particular, […]
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 […]
July 17, 2017

Farmer basket–an alternative marketing approach for young organic vegetable farmers

The youth are the future of farming and food security. However, more and more young people from the rural areas are choosing to move to the […]
April 27, 2017

Thongmang organic vegetable group

Located just 30 minutes away from Vientiane, the Thongmang organic vegetable group is in a perfect location for producing quality food and is being supported by the […]
August 31, 2015

Proceedings of PIFON’s training on technologies supporting off-season vegetable production

Growing vegetables and crops during the off-season (between October and March) has been a major issue for many farmers across the Pacific region.  It is in […]
August 31, 2015

PIFON training on technologies supporting off-season vegetable production

A short clip on a regional consultation workshop held in the Western Division, Fiji from June 01 – 05, 2015 hosted by the Pacific Island Farmers […]