- Launch of the second phase of the project: construction of a 200 m2 pond before the rainy season starts (Summer 2014) and achievement of the 750 kg target of produced spirulina
- Pursuit of partnership development with local NGOs, such as “Pour un Sourire d’Enfant” (PSE). This partnership facilitates the access to spirulina of 1,200 children and 300 women from very poor families living around Phnom Penh.
1st semester 2014
300 m2 operational ponds have achieved 253 kg of produced spirulina at the end of June. The productivity level was very satisfactory at the beginning of the year. The production was handed on to Antenna Cambodia, which is in charge of distributing the spirulina for free or selling it. The marketing authorisation obtained in January will encourage local NGOs to include spirulina in their nutrition programmes. In parallel composition analyses showed that the spirulina produced by Antenna in Cambodia is non-toxic.