Agroforestry World Blog

Mangrove palms Nypa fruticans. Photo courtesy of Craig Jaimeson/ICRAF

Evergreen, Nipa and ‘push-pull’ presented at global innovations forum 2015

Agriculture as practiced in most parts of the world today will simply not feed a human population of 9 billion by 2050. Innovation in food production is needed, and it needs to be adopted on a wide scale....

(L to R): Eng Chheanghong, Hor Rortna and  Buntong Boranin ((Royal University of Agriculture), Mam Borath (Director of Department of Improvement Nutrition, Ministry of Planning, National Council for Nutrition) and Prasit Wangpakapattanawong

Can agroforestry help Cambodia become healthier and wealthier?

Cambodia’s food security and rural livelihoods are under pressure from a range of influences. Researchers are keen to explore the role agroforestry can play in meeting the challenges   By Prasit Wangpakapattanawong   ‘Cambodia is one of the...