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    "BRIA Field School has been fostering
    my confidence to continue working
    in my own rice field instead of working in the city.”
    ― Mr. Mahyugi (33), rice farmer in Pematang Pelintahan Village,
    Serdang Bedagai District. Indonesia
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    "Education is the key.
    With this training we can pass
    important knowledge to our farmers"
    ― Enrico Mora, Lead Farmer Technician, Philippines
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    "At least 80% of the 66 trained farmers will continue the project.
    Farmers see good results and the rice fields have been improved”
    ― Mr. Kong Srilarak, Lead Farmer, Dech Udom, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand
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    "BRIA helps stabilize supplies for export. The project got farmers
    to change approaches. Farmers use certified quality seeds.
    We are assured of quality rice,"
    ― Mr. Ho Vinh Tan, Hoang Long Joint Stock Company
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Contribute to Better Rice Production and Nutrition
in South East Asia

Better Rice Initiative Asia aims to foster the cooperation between private and public sector institutions to promote sustainable growth in agricultural production and improved access to nutrition within the food sector in emerging and developing countries. Public and private actors join forces in order to implement comprehensive projects and programs for sustainable business in these countries. The contribution towards food and nutrition security as well as economic development in rural areas is to be measured by increased agricultural productivity and income, improved availability of nutritious food, and food self-sufficiency.

BRIA seeks to improve rice value chains and rice based nutrition in four Southeast Asian (SEA) countries, namely Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. The approach also allows for covering regional cross-border value chains.

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