Yim Sok Sophors and Vang Sean, CEDAC’s staff, conducted field mission to the Agriculture Livelihood Project in the Sok San Community, Koh Ngiek district, Mundulkiri province from 8-12 Feb 2010. The purpose of the visit was to conduct end line survey of ALP. 80 questionnaires would be collected through individual interview with the community farmers. It is expected that by 19, all questionnaires would be completed.
During the visit, staff meeting was organized in order to prepare questionnaire for the end line survey. Cheav Sopheak who is the project officer of ALP also participated in the end line survey. We all have conducted individual interview with farmers in the target villages. However, we were likely difficult to find farmers for the interview as they were not at home. The report of the end line survey would be submitted to WWF at the end of this month.
The photo above is a vegetable garden of a cooperating indigenous farmer in Chi Klob village, Sok San commune. He grew vegetables for family consumption and selling within their village. I observed that the vegetables are growing very well with good quality. The farmer don’t use chemical fertilizer and pesticide to eliminate pest insects. It is able to see that the farmer use natural fertilizer and natural pesticide to repel the pest insects. Such good vegetables are really good human health and environment.