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ComDev Asia partners validate Participatory Communication Plan in first steering committee meeting

ComDev Asia partners convened via skype on April 17 to organize the steering committee and validate the Participatory Communication Plan (PCP), which will guide all activities of the ComDev Asia Initiative. Members of the steering committee who attended the meeting include the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UN FAO), UPLB-College of Development Communication (UPLB-CDC), Asian Farmers’ Association (AFA), World Association of Community Broadcasters (AMARC), and Digital Green. In charge

CFAP Cambodia's Response to COVID-19

In this article from the World Farmers’ Organization (WFO), Mr. Sok Sotha, Managing Director of Cambodian Association of Agriculture Producers (CFAP), shared the significant impacts of COVID-19 pandemic among local farmers in their country. He also tackled the challenges they’re facing today and how they addressed these concerns. CFAP is now seeking assistance from their government and fellow farmers’ organizations to better assist their farmer members. For the full Q&A

Digital Green's COVID-19 Response

Farmers face growing threats to their health and agricultural productivity while taking care of themselves and feeding the world. This is why building social networks with farmers that enable them to share knowledge with one another. This helps them connect with markets in a digitally connected world that can continue to function in the current crisis. Read more on this story here

UN launched Global Action Plan for Decade of Family Farming

The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 2019-2028 as the UN Decade of Family Farming. The UN Decade of Family Farming (UNDFF) aims to provide an enabling environment for family farmers to be an enabler of change and development, particularly in their contributions to global food and nutrition security. Through a Global Action Plan, the UNDFF provides a holistic guide for the international community to conduct a collective, coherent, and well-coordinated

Participatory Theater as a Science Communication Tool in Timor Leste

This study explored the potential of Participatory theater as a tool for disseminating new agricultural knowledge among subsistence farmers in Timor Leste. The aim of the trial was to provide information on improved seed varieties and appropriate agronomic practices to maximize their yield among rural communities where rates of adult illiteracy are high and the reach of mass media forms of communication is low. The initial pilot involved a theater