Centre d'Étude et de Développement Agricole Cambodgien (CEDAC)
CEDAC was founded by a group of Cambodian agriculturists in 1997. Focusing on small-scale agricultural development and environmental conservation, CEDAC researches farming systems and local farming practices. CEDAC also trains communities on research methods, organic gardening, small-scale animal production, family farms management, basic sciences, and techniques in agriculture, ecological agriculture, appraisal, monitoring, and evaluation.
Culture and Environment Preservation Association (CEPA)
Culture and Environment Preservation Association (CEPA) was founded in 1995 by four social and environmental activists committed to preserving their natural resources. Realizing and believing that the issues of natural resource management were first and foremost the most important problems facing the country and were in need of immediate and permanent solution.
Oxfam Australia is an independent, not-for-profit, secular, community-based aid and development organization. Across 31 countries, Oxfam Australia works in partnership with local communities on long-term development projects, responding to emergencies and campaigning for a more just world.
Oxfam Great Britain | Cambodia and Vietnam
Oxfam Great Britain, an affiliate of Oxfam International, has been working with farmers to secure their access to land and maximize their food production and income-earning potential. They promote special farming techniques that help cut costs and to maximize crop yields. They also provide agricultural training and help ensure there are legal frameworks to protect the interests and needs of poor people. OGB also provides assistance in disaster preparation and response and manages gender equality programs. In Vietnam, OGB's focus is on education, sustainable livelihoods, Fair Trade, gender equality, and disaster preparedness.
Oxfam Hong Kong | Global Program
Oxfam Hong Kong is part of Oxfam International. The Mekong and Indochina region is Oxfam Hong Kong’s priority area within East Asia, with a focus on livelihoods and pro-poor markets.