Hello dear followers !
It’s been such a long time before we give you some update but here we are fresh and ready to roll !
To start with, CWF wishes you a Happy New Year 2017 ! A lot happened in the past years, lot of projects popped up and Cambodia opened itself widely to the international culture. We are very thankful to all the volunteers who participated as teachers, and we wish to continue and to grew up even more !
As an opening for 2017, we would like to present one the project CWF has been collaborating on. Lots of projects and contents will be updated from now on so stay tuned !
Kampong Cham : of Cambodia
Kampong Cham Province is in the north-east of Phnom Penh. It is located on the lowlands of the Mekong River and got ranked as the second biggest population with over 1,680,000 people in the province.
(Sources: Google Map, Wikipedia)
Team of Kampong Cham
We visited an area outside the urban space, a small village about 30mn far from the city. As the monsoon only lasts 3-month, the fields get dried and the production has to stop for several months during the year. CWF will collaborate with many professionals to develop a new way for their agriculture but also invest to help developing new sustainable activities for the villagers, the inhabitants around and the future generations.
Few techniques from Kampong Cham
The fishing crop
The fishing looks like little lake where the
This method is used as many characteristics of the water, fishes and plants need to be control as water quantity, cleanliness,
The cow’s poo (Manure)
Manure is organic matter, mostly derived from animal feces except in the case of green manure, which can be used as organic fertilizer in agriculture.
Healthy vegetables field
It is not always this way, and we are glad that our help could bring to nice production. Everything is a beginning !
The main aim for the village is to develop new techniques that will teach the population how to produce and optimize the production so they can be feed and sell the surplus. Let’s not forget that CWF also focus on environment friendly methods, so we expect to help as much people from Cambodia as our common planet Earth.