Travel to eastern Cambodia, where a special product is collected: Mondulkiri wild honey. Registered for over a year as a geographical indication, it is harvested in a sustainable manner, with respect for the forest and the bees.
The registration of this product as a GI allows it to be better protected, while ensuring better income for the province's inhabitants and encouraging communities to preserve the environment.
AFD supports the development of GIs in Southeast Asia, including Mondulkiri wild honey, through a regional project implemented by a consortium of organizations led by GRET.
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