Asia

Vietnam

Region(s)

Daklak, Daknong and Gia
Lai province

Implementer

Louis Dreyfus
Commodities, Syngenta

Project

Improvement of Climate Change Resilience and Agrochemical Management for Coffee Production in Highland Region

Introduction

Based on our experienced agronomists together with our large internal database and referred to findings from Agri-Logic’s consultants - a part of JDE’s assessment, the most significant challenges that the coffee regions in Central Highland face are pesticides handling and selection, soil degradation, unsafe working conditions and effects of climate change

The Project

3,000 farmers to receive capacity building services (training and demonstration plots) on:

  • Climate change effects and resilient solutions
  • Agro-chemicals management and safety
  • Water irrigation practices
  • Linkage between local universities and companies as a vehicle for learning
  • 44 group leaders developed
  • Trained farmers to receive personal protective equipment

Partners

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  • syngenta_60_Height.png

Status

Ongoing

Duration

3 Years

Timeframe

2018 - 2021

Farmers

3,000

% Female Farmers & Youth

30%

Coffee Households

14,100

Areas of work

  • sustainability-of-land-icon@2x.pngSustainability of land
  • prosperity-of-farmers-icon@2x.pngProsperity of farmers

Project themes

  • farm-management@2x.pngFarm maganement
  • climate-change@2x.pngClimate change
  • Soil.pngSoil
  • Water.pngWater

Project News

  • Coffee goals: LDC, Douwe Egberts & Syngenta launch paresustainability project for 3,000 Vietnamese farmers

    02 Jul 2018 --- Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) has announced the launch of a new coffee sustainability project to benefit approximately 3,000 farmers in Vietnam’s Dak Lak, Dak Nong and Gia Lai provinces...
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  • Vietnamese coffee farmers to benefit from new sustainability project

    Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC), a leading merchant and processor of agricultural goods, has announced the launch of a new coffee sustainability project to benefit some 3000 farmers in...
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