A Model of Organic Farming

Young Organic Farmer in Myanmar June – August 2021 A young organic farmer from Myanmar shared the vision and experiences of organic farming practice with the other young organic farmers to reached out and build a future collaboration. “…Pyae Phyo Aung is originally from Kyauk Kung Kwin Village, Gwa township, Southern Arakan State, Myanmar. He…

Young Farmers Network and Practical Work Experience

Organic Agriculture Management Training: Practical Work Experience from Maetha Community 21-27 August 2021 The current situation of farming is creating a lot of impacts on social, ecology, and economy system, even though the climate change issue is creating a difficult and unpredictable situation for agriculture. Also, the COVID-19 pandemic courses us a huge health and…

Gross National Happiness

Gross National Happiness: Advocacy to Grassroot Development 29 July 2021 Organized by Inter-religious for Climate & Ecology (ICE) Network, Soul Farmers, and Towards Organic Asia. A platform for activists and change agents to raise the awareness on alternative economic growth mode, tackle climate change and environmental issues, and build the collaboration for sustainable and resilience…

Young Organic Farmers 2021 : Organic Agriculture Management Training

Organic Agriculture Management Training: Practical Work Experience from Maetha Community 21-27 August 2021 (Bangkok Time 13.30 – 16.00) Online Training Introduction: Towards Organic Asia (TOA) envisions to achieve community spirit, economy sustainability, and care for nature through the organic agriculture and agroecology by focusing on 4 working areas are 1) Training and Education 2) Technology…

Young Organic Farmer in Bhutan

Organic Vegetable Farming and Organic Seeds Production in Bhutan December 1, 2020 Background: Tshering Dem, a full-time youth farmer in Phunaka, a city in Bhutan. She has been practicing organic farming since 2014. Currently, Tshering has approximately 3.87 acres of land on which she is cultivating organic vegetable; she is selling most of her crop…