SAMPRAN MODEL IMPACT
Improvement in health for both producers and consumers due to less toxic chemicals in food
New clusters of producers, businesses and consumers emerged based on WIN-WIN-WIN collaboration. This organic social movement and fair trade result in reduction of inequality in our society
Sookjai Market : 30 m. baht/year
Sookjai Market Roadshow : 2 m. baht/year
Suan Sampran : 10 m. baht/year
Hotels and restaurants in Bangkok : 2 m baht/year
Farm to Functions organic rice project : 18 m. baht/year
Up to 70% in production cost reduction without the use of agrichemicals
Improvement in soil and water qualities due to absence of agrichemicals. Less carbon emission due to shorter food value chains
Sustainable Development Goal
Organic farmers gain higher income by selling directly to consumers and lower their production cost by not using agrochemicals.
Access to quality education due to higher income from organic agriculture.
Renewable energy such as biomass in organic agriculture with less carbon emission/ food print.
Reduced inequalities due to higher standard of living for farmers and more communities created
between farmers and consumers based on fair
and consumers due to
organic lifestyle leads to
positive climate actions.
Inclusive societies created in clusters between producers and consumers based on fair trade.
Communities engage in
organic agriculture resulting in sustainable food supplies.
Organic farming appeals
to all genders and age.
for organic farmers and
Communities and cities
thrive sustainably based on ‘organic living’.
Ecology is restored without chemical run offs into the water systems.
Partnership amongst all
stakeholders along the
organic value chain for a
more sustainable food system.
Good health and wellbeing
through consumption of organic produce and not being exposed to agrochemicals.
No chemical run offs from
organic farms so canals and rivers are not polluted.
Innovations related to
organic farming and organic food industry is growing due to health concerns.
Balance between consumption and production is restored with organic practices.
Soil fertility is restored
without the use of agrochemicals.