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Project Alba's vision is a world where all smallholder farmers and their families thrive in a sustainable way.

We partner with farmers like Nem Pheab in Cambodia. We give farmers everything they need to help them diversify their crops and grow, safe and healthy vegetables for market. By working with us farmers can more than double their income. Read more about Nem Pheab's story...



Top 3 ways Project Alba saves water#WorldWaterDay2018

The world’s population will grow by an estimated 2 billion people by 2050, which means 9 billion people living on the planet which is already facing huge resource challenges. The global water demand could be up to 30% higher than today.

International Women’s Day 2018
Meet 5 sheroes of the Agriculture in Cambodia #IWD2018

This International Women’s Day (March 8th) we’re celebrating some of the strong women who work alongside us to provide healthy, clean and local vegetables to Cambodia.

Closing the GAP in Cambodia

This week, Declan Graham, from Project Alba partner New Zealand Plant and Food Research guest blogs for us to talk about the work we’re doing together to improve the quality of vegetables in Cambodia.

Let’s celebrate Women and Girls in Science

The UN declared the 11th of February as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science in order to achieve full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls, and further achieve gender equality and empowerment.

The Top 5 trends in Agriculture to follow up in 2018

The great boom of technology is having great impact on all industries and agriculture is no exception. This is the perfect opportunity to find solutions for new issues: the demand for a greater productivity, high quality products and the challenges of climate change. The UK Food and Agriculture Association estimates that the world population will increase 47%, to 8.9 billion by 2050. The production in agriculture must double in the next 30 years to be able to sustain the population growth and at the same time the amount of arable lands is decreasing.