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  1. 01-10-2019 Scaling-up is especially important for agriculture, rural development and nutrition because of persistent global challenge of food security and rural poverty. As early as 1980s, scaling-up emerged as a challenge among NGOs since their interventions were typically small in scale but adapting...
  2. 01-10-2019 The traditional knowledge system of the Karen people in Northern Thailand connects them with the natural environment, and this linkage gives rise to sustainable models for natural resources management. Karen’s indigenous knowledge enables holistic management of natural resources and ecosystems...
  3. 01-10-2019 Malnutrition posed a big challenge for development and children are most vulnerable. School children can only maximize their potentials and educational outcomes if their nutrition is given attention. The integrated school nutrition model is an approach that looks at leveraging the nutrition...
  4. 02-10-2019 The Maetha Organic Community Enterprise has become a dynamic and prominent organic food producer and supplier in Thailand. Our fruits, vegetables and processed agricultural products are sold and distributed in shops belonging to the green and sustainable food network, and to supermarkets (modern...
  5. 02-10-2019 Climate smart agriculture provides new opportunities for addressing the need for local adaptation, livelihoods, agro biodiversity conservation, and better nutrition.Climate smart villages provide platforms for ensuring that various interventions converge where it matters the most: local levels....
  6. 02-10-2019 In recent years, much attention has been given to the connections between agriculture and nutrition in the development sector as a whole. These connections may seem obvious: we get nourishment from the food we eat, and we eat food produced by agriculture. However, the claim that agriculture...
  7. 04-10-2019 The multi-functional and inclusive Intergenerational Self-help Club (ISHC) is a mechanism for community strengthening that is inclusive of sustainable development. The ISHC aims at promoting the well-being of the poor and disadvantaged people, their families and communities. The model is based on...
  8. 04-10-2019 Understanding the situation and condition of communities as well as individual farmers is key in developing a program that fits their needs. Every farmer has unique passions and desires in life, although all farmers desire development. We will explore how the Mindanao Baptist Rural Life Center...
  9. 04-10-2019 The more than 7000 islands that comprise the Philippine archipelago is vastly rich in natural resources and is considered one of only 17 mega-biodiverse regions in the world. Diversity is a recurring theme in these islands as the people speak more than 130 different languages, sublanguages and...
  10. 01-10-2019 Seed saving is an important pratice for small-scale farmers. Each crop is unique, and therefore each seed needs to be cleaned in a different way. In this workshop, Khun Wah will share her years of experience cleaning and saving seed of underutilized edible crop varieties that are important to SE...
  11. 01-10-2019 This workshop will be given in English with Thai translation. Animal feed represents 70% of the costs involved in modern animal production. This creates a significant problem for small-scale farmers as it allows for very little financial margin. This workshop will explore how to reduce this...
  12. 01-10-2019 This presentation is a summary version of the information provided during the Mae Mut Garden workshops minus the practical aspect. We aim to show that natural building is a very easy technique to learn and requires no special skills, as well as having a number of environmental and financial...
  13. 02-10-2019 According to various reports from the United Nations and many NGOs, Nepal is vulnerable to food insecurity due to natural disaster (flooding, earthquakes), political turmoil (recent border blockade), and seasonal issues with too much or not enough water. Like elsewhere in the world urbanization...
  14. 02-10-2019 Food smart city is an ongoing initiative among different Rikolto regions where we facilitate knowledge-sharing and learning, with the hope to make a further contribution to the international food agenda.
  15. 01-10-2019 Understanding the current need for SALT technology. Most of the time, crop production and animal backyard raising go together, just to meet the economic need of the rural farmers. Right technology creates the right production and right production helps to uplift the economy of the farmers.
  16. 01-10-2019 This workshop will explore the uses of vetiver as a soil erosion control grass.
  17. 01-10-2019 An exploration of the need for a shift in the current paradigm of human "waste" and the pleasingly simple science that offers a solution; we will look at the different sanitation situations around the world, how and why they may be problematic, discuss the most appropriate ecological solutions on...
  18. 01-10-2019 This workshop will discuss the following: -how coffee is graded. -price differentials in coffee contracts. -how to help farmers increase their quality to receive higher prices at market.
  19. 01-10-2019 This two part session will give an overview of what regenerative agriculture is, using case studies of the potential for regenerative agriculture to heal ecosystems and sequester carbon, while producing food. A quickly growing movement in both the Global North and the Global South, regenerative...
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  21. 04-10-2019 Example of Value-added farm products- Straw Factory operation at Aloha House, Palawan, Philippines
  22. 04-10-2019 Example of Value-added farm products- Turmeric operation at Aloha House, Palawan, Philippines
  23. 04-10-2019 How do you teach and equip an audience ofrural farmers, development workers, or seasoned professors, or all threeaudiences at the same time about saving seeds? Come learn and share tips and tools in training diverse audiencesabout the basics of seed saving and seed banking.
  24. 01-10-2019 Agroforestry systems are encouraged in farming systems in the developed and the developing countries, due to the multifunctional role of agroforestry in enhancing agronomic productivity, co-production of diversity of food products for balanced nutrition and provision of environmental ecosystem...
  25. 01-10-2019 Dr. Shafer will talk about his successes organizing profitable small farmer biochar social enterprises and also his newest project to create very low-cost field-to-market cold store systems that allow farmers to grow delicate, high value crops and get them to market in good shape. He uses a...
  26. 02-10-2019 As one of ECHO Asia's Agricultural Trainers, Patrick has had the opportunity to visit and learn from over 150 partner farms across Southeast Asia. This session will highlight some of the broader successes and challenges faced by partners within ECHO's network, and those of the farming communities...
  27. 04-10-2019 Feeling overwhelmed and helpless in the face of environmental destruction, rampant deforestation and biodiversity loss, pervasive pollution of our air, water and land, plus Climate Change? Regardless, Christ is the Creator, Sustainer, and Redeemer of the whole of creation and he has given us all...
  28. 02-10-2019 Get an overview of the steps in making cheese with and without cultures while watching a hands on production process. Narcy is a cofounder of Aloha House Inc. - a non-profit non-stock operating an orphanage on an organic farm. She is an excellent cook with skills in on-farm value-added processing...
  29. 02-10-2019 This workshop will shed light on ECHO's newest publication "Animal Integration & Feeding Strategies for the Tropical Smallholder Farm."Mr. Keith Mikkelson is the author of this book borne out of a compilation of 5 ECHO Asia Notes articles discussing his on-farm feed solutions for his farm in...
  30. 02-10-2019 A discussion of diversified income streams for small farms as experienced in our time at Mae Mut Garden. A gradual approach towards generating additional income without changing the basic farm model and structure How food growing and processing, small scale tourism, volunteering and educational...
  31. 02-10-2019 Part 2. This workshop will shed light on ECHO's newest publication "Animal Integration & Feeding Strategies for the Tropical Smallholder Farm."Mr. Keith Mikkelson is the author of this book borne out of a compilation of 5 ECHO Asia Notes articles discussing his on-farm feed solutions for his...
  32. 02-10-2019 Recycling food waste is still fairly limited, especially in low- and middle-income settings,although this is by far the largest fraction of all generated municipal waste. 40% - 60% oflandfill is food waste. Black Soldier Fly (BSF), Hermetia illucens, is an approach that hasobtained much attention...
  33. 04-10-2019 In this workshop, the Global Seed Savers Philippines team will cover basic seed saving practices and tips. Some local ways of saving seeds will also be touched upon.

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