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20 July 2022 Viet Nam

Women farmers in Viet Nam restore lands with coffee and indigenous tree species

In Viet Nam’s Central Highlands, women have the potential to play a key role in restoring degraded lands. Until recently, however, women seldom joined in local government efforts to promote restoration. By involving government officials in research, awareness creation and training, Tropenbos Viet Nam managed to convince them to focus their support on women-led agroforestry models for restoration.

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16 November 2021 Viet Nam

Community forest land allocation can help to achieve climate objectives in Viet Nam

In Viet Nam, large areas of forests are traditionally managed by ethnic minorities. Allocating forest lands to these communities can result in better forest management, contributing to climate change mitigation and adaptation goals, says Tran Nam Thang of Tropenbos Viet Nam.

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15 April 2021 Viet Nam

Guidelines on natural forest restoration in Dak Lak province in Viet Nam

In Viet Nam, the restoration of natural forest ecosystems and livelihoods for people who manage and use degraded forests is important to achieve sustainable development. Especially, the area of natural forests in the Central Highlands has continued to decline in recent years. Therefore, the forest restoration is an issue that needs special attention of the forestry sector. Tropenbos Viet Nam cooperated with the Dak Lak Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to research and develop a technical guidance document for natural forest restoration.

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15 April 2021 Viet Nam

Indigenous trees for rural beautification in Viet Nam

The farmers’ association of Krông Bông district in Viet Nam’s Đắk Lắk Province used the knowledge they gained from trainings of Tropenbos Viet Nam to support the planting of indigenous trees, as part of a government initiative aimed at beautifying the countryside. This will not only please the eye, but is also good for the soils, and will provide people with fruits and high-quality timber.

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15 October 2020 Viet Nam

Coffee farmers in Viet Nam switch to intercropping

Coffee farmers in Viet Nam’s Central Highlands are increasingly applying intercropping to their coffee plantations. This results in more income and a better resilience against climate change.

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09 May 2018 Viet Nam

Stakeholders make recommendations for the draft decree for the implementation of the Forest Law 2017

Following the adoption of the new forest law in 2017, the government of Viet Nam is now drafting decrees that will put the law into operation. Tropenbos Viet Nam organised the workshop “Disseminating the Forest Law 2017 and Consultation for Development of Draft Decree Guiding the Law Implementation” together with Gia Lai Science and Technology Association on 4 May 2018 in Pleiku city of Gia Lai province. The workshop aimed to disseminate the main contents of the new law with stakeholders and to formulate recommendations for the contents of this decree.

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