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Jul 26, 2017

... at ISSRM in Umea, Sweden (June 2017) and at IASC in Utrecht, NL (July 2017).

Sep 30, 2016

Issue 7 on Refuge and Asylum.

Dec 26, 2015

Issue 6 on Development cooperation.

May 2, 2015

The cp3 project has started on 1 May 2015.

May 2, 2015

Issue 5 on Parliamentary staff.


Funding organisation of Cambiodiversity:

The Commission for Developement Studies (KEF) http://www.kef-online.at

The Commission for Development Studies (KEF) at the OeAD GmbH has set its sights on mobilising the scientific capacity present in Austria for the sustainable strengthening of science and education in developing countries. KEF was established in 1981 as the Austrian measure after the UN conference "Science and Technology for Development", which had convened in Vienna in 1979. KEF consists of members delegated by the sponsors, scientific members, members from the field of Development Cooperation and of international cooperation in science and research, as well as other members.

The following websites contain relevant information for the Cambiodiversity project:

Food Security&Nutrition http://www.foodsecurity.gov.kh

This web-based information system aims at facilitating the dissemination of best practices and lessons learned, highlighting innovative measures, informing users of news and events, and promoting open discussion among stakeholders, with regard to food security and nutrition issues in Cambodia. This website enables people and organisations interested and involved in food security and nutrition issues both within and outside Cambodia to share information, and to build and preserve a repository of knowledge about food security and nutrition for the long term.

The World Food Programme http://www.wfp.org

The website includes news and information about operations, policies and publications, as well as special reports, questions and answers and video.

Agricultural Scientific Research and Development Institute (CARDI) http://www.cardi.org.kh

CARDI is Cambodia's premier agricultural research body. It aims at improving the living standards in Cambodia, especially for farmers, through agricultural research, training and technogy transfer.

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) http://www.irri.org

IRRI is a nonprofit research and training center established to reduce poverty and hunger, improve the health of rice farmers and consumers, and ensure environmental sustainability through collaborative research, partnerships, and strengthening of national agricultural research and extension systems.

Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture (CEDAC) http://www.cedac.org.kh/home.asp

The Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture (CEDAC) was set up in August 1997 as a national Cambodian NGO, to develop sustainable agriculture and rural development in Cambodia in response to the country's desperate need for national reconstruction. CEDAC envisions a Cambodian society where small farming households enjoy good living conditions and strong mutual cooperation, with the right and power to determine their own destiny, as well as playing an important role in supplying healthy food for the whole society. To achieve this vision CEDAC is committed to working for the improvement of lives of small farmers and other rural poor by enabling them to increase food production and income while ensuring environmental sustainability and maintaining strong social cooperation.

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