The Scoping Study on Trade, Food Production, and Service Sector Linkages in Luang Prabang was financed by the Trade Development Facility, a multi-donor trust fund to support trade and investment, and the Lao Ministry of Industry and Commerce, and administered by the World Bank.
Studies include the Knowledge Papers and discussion papers as well as commissioned studies. It also hosts the Impact Stories and other case studies, and other GMS reports.
This paper presents the variations and implications of contract farming arrangements in three case studies—cabbage, maize, and sugarcane—in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR).
The Scoping Study on Cross-border Agribusiness in Lao PDR: Focus on Champasak Province was financed by the Trade Development Facility, a multi-donor trust fund to support trade and investment – financed by the European Commission and the Government of Australia, and administered by the World Bank
The project aims at strengthening organic agriculture communities and production chain in Thailand by setting up Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS) as an alternative and complementary tool to third-party certification within the organic sector and advocates for the recognition of PGS by the ma
Introducing biochar to be used in agriculture will probably reduce costs in using chemical fertilizers and also can increase carbon sequestration in soil. In addition to this, it is a good way to conserve natural resources and environment.