Youth Farmers and Community Farm
Youth turning into farmers is very rare in the Mekong Region, because most of the countries in the region follow capitalist economic patterns, where youth prefers to work in factories, migrate to big cities and turn into city dwellers as modern people instead of farmers in the rural areas. But, there are a few students who still emphasize on farming and agriculture, these students return home after completing their University education in Thailand, and become farmers. Y-Farm aims at gathering such youth which prefer to become farmers and run the farms in their hometown, and make them opinion leaders to make others learn from them.
You/your organisation can become our network members, by registering at form #Y-Farm03