FAO in Cambodia

FAO Representation in Cambodia works closely with the Royal Government of Cambodia to improve nutrition and eradicate hunger in the country. FAO Cambodia provides support to the Government in the following ways: 

  • Improving sustainable agricultural productivity (crop, soil use and livestock) for smallholder farmers
  • Linking farmers to markets
  • Increasing consumer protection 
  • Improving nutrition and food security 
  • Controlling Avian Influenza 
  • Strengthening natural resource management
  • Mitigating climate change and adapt livelihoods 
  • Promoting disaster risk reduction

For a complete overview of our field programme please click here.  


US-UN Media Tour: 9-13 December 2013

Ambassador David J. Lane (left), the United States Ambassador to the UN Agencies in Rome and Ms. Nina Brandstrup (centre, with green hat), the FAO Representative in Cambodia, receive gifts of rice from farmers who have benefited from rice production activities in the FAO MALIS project funded by EU. These farmers are giving a gift of Phka Romduol aromatic rice, as a token of thanks for the help with good seed and training in the farmer field school and business school. The Ambassador was very happy and told the ladies he would take the rice back to Rome to eat with his family at Christmas. Mr. Gianpetro Bordignon (centre) Representative and Country Director for World Food Programme was also present, accompanying the Ambassador and the media tour.
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