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Agricultural Development Denmark Asia (ADDA)

Fælledvejens Passage 2, st. tv. , København, Denmark



ADDA er en dansk NGO, der beskæftiger sig med landbrugsudvikling i Cambodia, Vietnam og Tanzania. I samarbejde med lokale organisationer trænes bønder i bæredygtige landbrugsmetoder med større høstudbytte. Det kalder vi hjælp til selvhjælp! ADDA er en dansk NGO (non-governmental organization), der beskæftiger sig med landbrugsudvikling i Asien og Afrika. ADDA blev stiftet i 1994 for at imødekomme behovet for udvikling inden for landbrug i Sydøstasien, og foreningen har siden da gennemført mange udviklingsprojekter for at fremme et bæredygtigt landbrug i den del af verden. I september 2009 begyndte ADDA at arbejde i Tanzania med et pilot projekt.

ADDA is a Danish NGO (non-governmental organization) dealing with agricultural development in Asia and Africa. ADDA was established in 1994 to meet the need for the development of agriculture in Southeast Asia. Since 1994, the organisation has completed many development projects to promote sustainable agriculture in that part of the world. In September 2009 started ADDA a pilot project in Tanzania.



Happy VN Independence Day!

ADDAs project 'Climate Change and Ethnic Minorities in Northern Vietnam" has ended after three years of implementation. A big thank you to our local partners PanNature, Farmer Union and FWD! Together we have worked to improve the capacity of ethnic minority farmers within climate change with focus on improved and climate smart agricultural methods as well as national and regional advocacy. Read more about the project on:

In all ADDAs projects, we are aiming to include a high amount of women participant in order to contribute to SDG 5 on achieving gender equality. Here a proud farmer is showing her organic crops to an international delegation

When your activities are going well, it is important to share experiences, lessons learned and recommendations with other civil society actors. Therefore, the Mekong Resource Forum participants were invited to see some of ADDAs project fields. They were very eager to learn from the experiences and ask questions, so they could take the learnings and bring home to their own countries in Cambodia, Lao and Myanmar

ADDA is proud of Roluos Meanchey Raksmey Satrey Angkor Agricultural Cooperative! The AC committee, accompanied by ADDA-READA junior business advisor and District Facilitator, was participating in the nation-wide contest organized by the Department for the Promotion of Agriculture Cooperatives to select the best AC. Good Luck ladies

Today the conference participants have been visiting ADDAs organic project to show an example of how to work with Climate Smart Agriculture. Here they got opportunity to hear about organic production and certification. Also, they could ask questions to the organic farmers

ADDA is currently co-organizing the regional conference 'Mekong Resource Forum III - Development Impacts and Resilience in Agriculture and Forestry" in Hao Binh, Vietnam. We are happy to welcome more than 100 participants from Vietnam, Cambodia, Lao and Myanmar. At the picture Dr. Tuan from Can Tho University is giving a presentation on "Water resources for development and multi-sectoral conflicts: A case study of the Mekong Delta"

Now ADDA delegation is online in the newspaper.

ADDA delegation in a Danish news paper called LandbrugFyn. Great story nice photo.

ADDA er i avisen Kristeligt Dagblad med en annonce. Flot sat op.

Here are some pictures from the meeting at CosmosHuset. The Vietnamese people did well and thanks to all the people who came.

Foredrag om klimasmart landbrug i Nordvietnam


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