National Programs

 

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development plays a key role in many GoV National Programs involving other Ministries, such as in the fields of Climate Change and Natural Disaster Management.

 

MARD also prepares National Programs in the field of Agriculture and Rural Development that are a key focus of MARD activities and policies.

 

 

National Programs – Cross-sectoral

 

NATIONAL TARGET PROGRAM ON NEW RURAL DEVELOPMENT (II 2009)

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NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY PROGRAM

(RES 63)

National Food Security is a key strategic area for the Government of Vietnam and specifically for MARD. The resolution 63 for National Food Security guides the development of many of MARDS sub-programs including crops and fisheries planning.  The overall vision for National Food Security is:

By 2020 with a vision towards 2030, to ensure adequate food supply sources with an output higher than the population growth rate; to put an end to food shortage and hunger and raise meal quality; to ensure that rice producers earn profits averagely more than 30% over production costs.

 

Resolution 63: National Food Security Program

 

THE NATIONAL TARGET PROGRAM TO RESPOND TO CLIMATE CHANGE

The National Target Program to Respond to Climate Change has a total capital of nearly VND 2 trillion, and 50% of which is from the central and local budgets and domestic private organizations and the rest from foreign organizations.

The program is to be carried out across Vietnam in three phases: the starting phase from 2009 to 2010, the implementation phase from 2010 to 2015 and the development phase after 2015.

National Target Program to Respond to Climate Change (9th Draft)

For more information, visit the ISG-EMONRE website.

 

NATIONAL STRATEGY OF NATURAL DISASTER PREVENTION, RESPONSE AND MITIGATION BY 2020

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is the standing agency to cooperate with relevant agencies to support Government in executing the state management in the field of Disaster Management.

 

The national strategy sets out the responsibilities, actions and solutions so that all resources are mobilized to effectively implement disaster prevention, response and mitigation from now up to 2020 in order to minimize the losses of human life and properties, the damage of natural resources and cultural heritages, and the degradation of environment, contributing significantly to ensure the country sustainable development, national defense and security.

National Strategy of Natural Disaster Prevention, Response and Mitigation by 2020

For more information, visit the Central Committee for Flood and Storm Control (CCFSC) website.

 

THE NATIONAL PROGRAM FOR RURAL WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION

Decision No 104/2000/QD-TTg, dated August 25,2000 by the Prime Minister)

 

1. The Program's objectives to the year 2020:All rural residents will have assess to at least 60 litter/day of clean water in line with the national standard, hygienic latrine and exercise personal hygiene and keep the environment in villages and communes clean.

National rural clean water supply and sanitation strategy up to year 2020

For more information, visit the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Partnership (RWSSP) website.

 

 

5 MILLION HA REFORESTATIONS PROGRAM (to end 2010)

 

In 1997, the National Assembly passed a resolution for the 5 Million HA Reforestations Program, aiming to plant 5 million hectare of forest as well as to protect the existing forests in order to increase the coverage to 43%, contributing to the environment security, alleviation of natural disasters, increase of aquatic livability, conservation of genetic pools and biodiversity.

 

Future areas of focus will be in supporting implementation of the National Forest Strategy (NFS, 2006-2020) and the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) programs.

 

For more information visit the Forest Sector Support Partnership (FSSP) website.

 

 

MARD National Programs and strategies

 

NATIONAL PROGRAM ON AGRICULTURE, FARMERS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT – TAM NONG RES 26.

 

The Tam Nong (Agriculture, Farmers and rural Development) resolution focuses on awareness of the relationship between these three subjects in further building Vietnam’s prosperity, through recognizing the farmer as the subject of the development process. In brief the main goals are to:

  • continuously improve material and spiritual life for farmers
  • build up a comprehensively developed agriculture in the direction of modernism and sustainability
  • develop a new rural area with modern socio-economic infrastructure and;
  • develop the peasantry with consolidation of worker-farmer-intelligentsia alliance, creating a stable socio-economic and political foundation for national industrialization and modernization of Viet Nam.

 

Resolution of the 7th Congress issued by the Session X Central Executive Committee on Agriculture, Farmer and Rural Areas

 

Resolution on Action Plan for Tam Nong Resolution 26

 

For more information, visit the MARD website

 

PLAN ON RURAL TRADE DEVELOPMENT FOR 2010-2015 – ORIENTATION TO 2020.

The Prime Minister signed Decision No.23/QÐ-TTg on January 6 approving the plan on rural trade development in the period of 2010-2015 and orientation to 2020. Details of the decision are that:

  • By 2015, 50% of border markets, border-gate markets, and markets in border-gate economic zones will be upgraded and built.
  • In 2012, wholesale markets of agro-products are built in concentrated production zones, such as rice market in C?n Tho City, agro-produce market in Ngh? An and H?i Duong Provinces, and vegetable market in the Central Highlands of Lâm Ð?ng. These are the foundation to establish agro-product auction and trading centers.
  • Up to 2020, agro-product wholesale markets will be upgraded and the government will invest in building communal-level markets.
  • The Decision also mentions different models of rural trade development, including business individuals and households, trade cooperatives, production and processing enterprises.

 

For more information, visit the MARD –Department of Planning website.

 

OTHER MARD PRIORITISED PROGRAMS FOR 2011-2015

As noted in MARD’s 5 Year Plan, the following is a list of prioritized programs that MARD will be focusing on in the medium term.

 

Crops

Program on National Food Security

Program on Restructure of Crops

Program on Control of Disease in Crops

 

Animal/Livestock

Program on Improving the Competitiveness of Livestock Sub-sector

Program on Encouraging the Development of Livestock in Farmhouse, Industry and Slaugherting and Concentrated Processing

Program on Developing Animal Feeds

Program on Control of Disease in Livestock

 

Fisheries

Program to Overall Exploitation Fishery

Program to Develop Aquatic Raising

Program on Aquatic Processing and Consumption

 

Forestry

National Targeted Program on Forest Development

Program on forestry processing and trade

Program on forestry processing other than wood

 

Rural Development

Program on New Rural Areas

Program on Hunger Elimination and Poverty Reduction

Program on Resettlement and Rearrangement for Rural Population

Program on Renovation and Establishment of Production and Service Units Operating in an Efficient Manner in Rural Areas

 

Infrastructure

Development of Irrigation Infrastructure and Clean Water (including 6 sub-programs)

Development of Agriculture Infrastructure (including 2 sub-programs)

Development of Forestry Infrastructure

 

Improving competitive Capacity

Program to Control quality of agro-forestry and fishery products

Program on Scientific and technological research and transfer

Program on Renovation and Developing Agricultural Enterprises

Program on International Integration

Program on Trade Promotion

Program on Human Resource Training

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