Who we are  !

Coalition of Cambodian Farmer Community (CCFC) is a membership-based organization created on January 11th, 2011 by 12 communities (from Kandal, Svay Rieng and Preah Sihanouk) that work together to address land issues; natural resource and forced eviction resulting from development projects effecting on farmers’ lives. CCFC was officially recognized as a legal entity by the Ministry of Interior’s letter No. 1767 Sor Chor Nor dated 3rd September 2015 and Was officially recognized as a legal entity by the General Department of Taxation Certification is registered VAT TIN K009-901704942 valid from 27 November 2017 in accordance with article 101of the law on Taxation.


Promote livelihood and dignity of farmers and full participation in local development through organizing, empowering the community, advocacy, and strengthening institution capacity.


Willing to see farmers live with decent life, dignity and full freedom to constructively correct local governance


To achieve the Goal, CCFC has following key missions:
- Organize communities, associations, networks, organizations and related institutions to have common voice and be influent to positive change
- Raise awareness to promote full participation in democratically local development
- Advocacy for right respect in particular farmer’s rights and full democracy


- Neutrality: No political trend and independence
- Virtue: Respect value and provide equal opportunity between members staffs and committees in particular male and female
- Capacity Development: Provide opportunity to members staffs and committees to develop capacity in accordance with their roles
- Solidarity: Organizing, cooperate and collaborate in advocacy to make society change
- Responsibility: Responsible for its operation
    November 25, 2020
    Rice prices fall in Battambang

    The price of rice in Battambang province has dropped by as much as 25 per cent in recent days, pushed down by, among other things, recent flooding and wind that have lowered the grain’s quality, as well as a lack of investment by the private sector. Battambang provincial governor Nguon Ratanak told The Post on […]

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    October 13, 2020
    16 Days of Global Action on Agroecology: Rural peoples mobilise for food systems change

    PAN Asia Pacific (PANAP) and its partners across the globe today launched the 16 Days of Global Action on Agroecology 2020, with the theme “Fight for Food Systems Change!”, as rural peoples confront the challenges of the hunger crisis brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 16 Days of Global Action on Agroecology is an […]

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    September 24, 2020
    Youths use Facebook to ease farmers’ burden

    The pandemic has affected everyone in the world in some way, but some have been hit harder than others. Cambodian farmers fall in the latter group, as many of them have faced a severe loss of income due to the pandemic-spiked economy. To assist these farmers in dire straits, a group of youths has come […]

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    Joint Statement and Press Release
    January 15, 2021
    Joint Statement Appeal to drop all charges against all land community representatives and release three community representatives.

    January 14, 2021: We, the civil society groups, unions, and communities listed below, express our deepest concerns over the arrest and detention of three land community representatives recently, as well as the indictment of more than 50 land community representatives. We would like to ask the court to drop the charges and release them. Mr. […]

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    September 24, 2020
    Civil Society Organizations Call for the Draft Law on Public Order to be Immediately Discarded

    August 13, 2020 - Phnom Penh, 13 August 2020 – We, the undersigned national and international organizations and communities, call on the Royal Government of Cambodia (“RGC”) to immediately discard the repressive draft Law on Public Order and uphold its obligations under international human rights law. The draft law contains an extensive array of provisions […]

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    September 24, 2020
    Release Imprisoned Activists and End Crackdown Against Young Cambodians

    September 9, 2020 - We, the undersigned civil society groups, condemn the arrests of seven young activists over the past few days, and call for all charges against those imprisoned to be dropped immediately. We urge the government to end its campaign of fear and repression against peaceful youth and environmental human rights defenders, and […]

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    September 24, 2020
    World Peace Day, Police Block Hundreds of Protesters

    Prime Minister Hun Sen urged the country to commit to protecting peace as hundreds of land disputants protested in Phnom Penh on Monday, saying that while they remain marginalized, threatened and “in tears,” the people don’t have peace. Land protesters from the provinces of Koh Kong, Preah Sihanouk, Svay Rieng and Tbong Khmum blocked traffic […]

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    September 24, 2020
    Ministry refuses petition as 1,000 protests over land disputes

    Officials at the Land Management Ministry declined to accept a petition from nearly 1,000 protesters who had gathered outside the building on September 21 to demand a resolution to their long-running land disputes in several provinces.  The villagers from Koh Kong, Tbong Khmum and Svay Rieng provinces were demonstrating to mark the United Nations’ International […]

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    September 24, 2020
    Hundreds of Cambodian Villagers Displaced by Land Grabs Protest in Phnom Penh

    Around 1,000 villagers from three Cambodian provinces blocked the road leading to the Land Ministry in Phnom Penh on Monday to demand government help in resolving disputes over land taken by private companies and politically connected businesspeople, sources in the country said. Protesters from Koh Kong, Svay Rieng, and Tbong Khmum provinces held up photos […]

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    The peasant is needed livelihoods,Human Rights, Democracy, Social Justice, food sovereignty, Social protection, are part to make an accountable, corporation, and governance to make security land in local communities. The website is a key aspect of CCFC working for promoting human rights and livelihood for peasant empowerment's in Cambodia. The idea behind, “ We are CCFC's ” utilizes and maximizes whatever human rights instruments are available to reinforce the anti-land grabbing and injustice economic struggle which affect to communities. It does not intend to replace or substitute for the direct organizing and mobilization that people’s organizations are doing on the ground. Rather, it aims to reinforce these community-led initiatives and provide an additional platform or venue for the land grabbing injustice economic livelihood affected communities to articulate their issues and demands and, in the process,, generate wider support "

    Mr. Savoeun Theng

    President of CCFC

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