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04/10/2014

Coming back to  Long Lan farmer field school (FFS Long Lan) after one month,  I was really surprised to see a class with about 50 H’mong students. 

They were six to twenty five years old, and were pronouncing English words in chorus under the guidance of a very young foreign teacher. Some CHESH Laos’ students who have just finished a course in Vietnam also were there to support them ...

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24/09/2014

On the 11th of September 2014, two Lao students Vieng Phet and Phonh (class K2A) organized a small workshop about making EM for students and staff of FFS HEPA. 

Both Vieng Phet and Phonh had learned a new method of making EM during their internships in Myanmar and Thailand respectively and shared the methods together in one practical session. EM stands for ‘Effective Micro-organisms’ and is a method to enrich the soil with micro-organisms, which benefit the crops. Apart from applying it on garden beds, EM ...

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