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Yangon, the former capital city of Myanmar and the seat of British colonial government, has some of the last standing colonial heritage in Asia. Emilie Röell inspires the audience with her talk about conserving heritage buildings and areas in Yangon as well as cleaning up the back alley streets of the city to build happier communities. Emilie Röell is a development consultant and social entrepreneur based in Yangon since 2013. An anthropologist by training, she is interested in creating solutions that make use of and preserve cultural and natural capital while creating sustainable community impact. Emilie is the founder of Doh Eain (“Our Home”), a social enterprise aimed at heritage conservation and urban renewal, and of Yangon City Growers, an urban farming collective aimed at stimulati...
On this show we meet Natural farmer Palanisamy. He tells us his farming journey. Peppers Entertainment Television is the urban next generation Tamil channel that seeks to redefine entertainment. We have a fresh upbeat approach with innovative programming that helps us win the hearts of audiences and builds the essential connect. A catalyst in setting new trends! Subscribe to our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/PeppersTVChannel?sub_confirmation=1 Circle us on G+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/115905221900665054920/115905221900665054920 Tweet us om: https://twitter.com/PeppersTvTamil Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pepperstv
Renewed government support for local farming will cut imports by half over the next several years, giving organic farmers more leeway to increase their market share. Subscribe to our channel: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RFAvideo Radio Free Asia official site: http://rfa.org Follow Radio Free Asia: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadioFreeAsia Twitter: https://twitter.com/RadioFreeAsia About RFA: Through objective, timely reporting and news analysis, Radio Free Asia (RFA) takes an unflinching look at topics and developments affecting the lives of ordinary citizens living in China, Vietnam, North Korea, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar – six Asian countries that limit free press and restrict access to media. RFA’s Mandarin, Tibetan, Cantonese, Uyghur, Vietnamese, Ko...
We, who is Network for Environment and Economic Development- Myanmar, Eco Village Farming School, had lovely traditional Rice Harvest Festival in 14, Nov, 2014, Hmawbi, Yangon Region, Myanmar. There were about 150 local farmers participated to traditional, organic rice harvest festival together with us, Staff & EVF students who are from multiple ethnic groups in different part of Myanmar.
Myanmar has seen an increase of farmers practicing organic farming over the last years. Events relating to organic farming are many too, like the one we reported yesterday. An event to acknowledge farmers in organic farming was held in Yangon.
ORGANIC FARMING DIMA HASAO HAFLONG 05 June 017 :- To promote and to encourage the farmer of dima hasao in organic farming, the dimasa youth forum and youth association for development and empowerment (yadem) organised a discussion programme on organic farming in dima hasao : prospect & possibilities at town raji community hall on sunday. initiating the programme uttam bathari of yadem discussed the importance of organic farming while informing that a group of experts on organic farming is expected to reach haflong on june 7th next. he requested all the farmers present in the programme to enlist the problems faced by them in the process of farming which would be put before the experts who would provide natural remedies and also technology. r. kemprai, a retired officer of agriculture de...
Shan Maw Myae believes in the sustainable economy and concern for the environment. It therefore encourages farmers to reduce their use of chemicals in agriculture by introducing organic fertilizers and products that use bio-technology, which supports bio-diversity. These techniques are new to Myanmar and so Shan Maw Myae educates farmers about the benefits of organic fertilizers and the importance of environmental conservation. Contact: U Nyan Lin Address: No (243), 1st floor (left), Bo Aung Kyaw St ;( Middle Block), Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar Phone: (+95-9) 5501282 E -Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Website: www.shanmawmyae.com
WV Myanmar help the most vulnerable, landless families to have an income by grow vegetables. This is possible because land owners in the village are willing to help.
ႏုိင္ငံတကာမွာ စားသုံးသူေတြရဲ႕က်န္းမာေရးအတြက္ ဓာတုေဆးပစၥည္း မသံုးဘဲ "ေအာ္ဂဲနစ္" လို႔ ေခၚတဲ့ သဘာဝ ေျမဆီေျမေဆြးကိုသာ အသံုးျပဳတဲ့ အသီးအႏွံ စုိက္ပ်ိဳးေရာင္းခ်မႈ မ်ားလာေနသလို ျမန္မာ ႏုိင္ငံမွာလည္း "ေအာ္ဂဲနစ္" စိုက္ပ်ိဳးမႈ ေခတ္စားလာေနပါတယ္။ RFA သတင္းေထာက္ ကိုေက်ာ္ထြန္းႏိုင္ က တင္ျပထားပါတယ္။
having a nice coffee in the morning was quite some work. pealing the beans, than roasting and grinding. Check out the final product!
Sustainable Palm Oil: The Difference Fair Trade Makes is a short video from Dr. Bronner's telling the story of Serendipalm, a sister company in Ghana that provides Fair Trade & Organic palm oil while ensuring environmental stewardship, animal protection, and a living wage for farmers and workers. Executive Producer: Ryan Fletcher | Movement Media for Dr. Bronner's Editor | Producer: Robin Bell | Bell Visuals Producer: Denis Hennelly | Gather Films Producer: Jared Moshé Graphics: Friend of a Friend Score: Joaquin Pastor Additional Production: Christina Volgyesi and Dr. Bronner's staff For more information, go to: drbronner.com
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This video was collectively planned, filmed and edited by local people. Villagers focussed their film on farming challenges; these included insect infestations, irregular seasons and floods and problems around loan repayment periods and loan availability. Some of the more marginalised landless villagers were included in the participatory video process and they were able to explain how this situation impacted directly on their ability to earn money as labourers. This is one of the outcomes of a capacity building training by InsightShare to enable LWF staff and local community members to use participatory video as an ongoing tool for community development in the Ayeyarwady Delta. This unique capacity-building programme was the first of its kind in Myanmar. It was designed to provide traine...