The Cambodia Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture (CPSA)
is a multi-stakeholder partnership platform that catalyzes action on inclusive
and sustainable agricultural development in Cambodia.
CPSA aims to:
CPSA does this through:
Becoming an inclusive platform for networking and information exchange
Prompting sectoral or market systems transformation through its Working Groups
Delivering learning and advisory for MSMEs, entrepreneurs and farmer organizations
and pro-smallholder agricultural development
CPSA is the Cambodia Country Partnership of the Grow Asia network.
Grow Asia was established by the World Economic Forum, in collaboration with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretariat, to convene, facilitate, and help scale action-focused partnerships. Grow Asia builds on the experience and success of the Forum's New Vision for Agriculture (NVA) initiative, which facilitates multi-stakeholder partnerships across the world to achieve food security, environmental sustainability, and economic opportunity through multi-stakeholder partnerships in agriculture.
CPSA is supported by:
Grow Asia enables stakeholders from different disciplines to leverage one another's expertise, share insights and learn from regional experiences. Today Grow Asia collaborates with more than 500 partners across five Country Partnerships, reaching more than half a million smallholder farmers.