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Ron Thorn lives with his wife and two kids in Tmat Beouy Village, in Kulen Prum Tep Wildlife Sanctuary in Preah Vihear. Mr. Thorn registered to be part of the IBIS Rice program in 2010 and hasn’t intentionally committed any unappropriated actions against IBIS Rice’s...
Mrs. Ann Pheap lives with her husband and their two children in Thalaborivat district in Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary Stung Treng. Mrs. Pheap owns farmland more than 2 hectares. Before joining the Ibis Rice program, the majority of farmers in Prey Lang practiced...
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Since 2015, Sansom Mlup Prey Organization (SMP) has been working with rice farmers in the central floodplains of Cambodia to improve agricultural practices, increase incomes, and protect biological and cultural heritage through the application of the Sustainable Rice...
The Sansom Mlup Prey Organisation (SMP) has dug a total of three ponds as part of its pilot project on wildlife-friendly community irrigation ponds in the Kulen Prom Tep protected area in Preah Vihear province, where most residents depend on agriculture and often face...
Human behaviour is a tricky thing to reliably control or predict. Some people will respond better to incentives and rewards – the proverbial carrot – while others are immune to such bribery and only do the right thing out of fear of the stick (proverbial or not). Most...
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