Domnak Teuk Group
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Rice production improvement
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Cambodia in the 1960s was one of world largest rice exporters however due to civil war of more than a decade, Cambodia has lost its capacity including human resources and infrastructure to even produce enough for it own local consumption. At present Cambodia is at the position again for rice export although the average yield of rice is still low but there is an annual surplus of about 3 million tones of paddy. With present modern and sustainable technologies Cambodia could easily triple its annual surplus for export with the present cultivated area of 2.5 million hectares.

Domnak Teuk Group together with the Centre for Livestock and Agriculture Development (CelAgrid) and with other rice value chain players will put all their effort to produce both quantity and quality to meet the demand at the internal market. CelAgrid has been active in the development of agricultural sector in the last 12 years and its one of the leading local NGOs in Cambodia.

What could Domnak Teuk together with CelAgrid do to improve rice production?
  Working and strengthening of the existing farmer organizations (FO) established by CelAgrid in the last 5 years.
  Establishing contract farming with FO members for the production of the premium and white rice.
  Providing technical assistance in rice production including good quality rice seed and commodity rice.
  Working with other development institutions to build infrastructure which minimize risk in rice production.





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