Public-private partnership (PPP) for sustainable agriculture



Model of public-private partnership PPP for sustainable agriculture (agricultural PPP) was established on the basis of the initiative "a new vision in agriculture," by WEF with the participation of 15 international business, multi-national company (ADM, Bunge, Cargill Inc., Cisco Vietnam, DuPont Vietnam, METRO Cash & Carry Vietnam, Nestlé, PepsiCo Vietnam, Monsanto Vietnam, Swiss Re, Syngenta Asia Pacific, Unilever Vietnam, Yara International.…)  and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. This model have been operated in 05 working groups including tea, coffee, vegetables, fishery and industry group which share the same deployment and commodity experience in Vietnam (common commodity group). The effective operation of these groups brought encouragement achievements, details as below:

 PPP Coffee group: Objectives of this group is to enhance quality, productivity of coffee sustainable production for greater income for actors in coffee production in Vietnam;

 Initial achievements: Coffee group operates in Lam Dong, Dak LaK, Dak Nong provinces with focuses on: enhancing the value chain of coffee commodity; improving (re-growing) old coffee cultivation areas. Up to now, the group has invested 50 coffee garden samples in Lam Dong, Dak LaK, Dak Nong. Thus, the model mobilizes extension officers at local areas participate in implementation of these garden samples so that they can train farmers on techniques and cultivation methods. These extension officers play the role as team leaders. The group support farmers in application of new techniques, re-growing techniques, micro finance and collection of products at site via group’s representatives.

 PPP Tea group: Objectives of this group is to enhance tea export via Unilever; improve quality of Vietnamese tea from 3.6 to 4.0 standard under the brand name “TEA MADE in VIETNAM.

Tea group operates in Phu Tho province with cooperation and strengthening components of: technology transfer including harvesting, fertilizing, caring, packaging, forms of market development for tea businesses. Unillever collects approximately 30.000 tons/year. Up to now, 10.000 tons of teas have been consummated compliance to the international standard certified by Rainforest Alliance- the mandatory standard for export tea under the Unilever system.

  PPP vegetable group: Objectives of this group is develop methodologies and forms for technology transfer to farmers toward enhancement of productivity, quality and direction for outcomes of core vegetable products.

 The pilot model of the group operates in application of GAP including provision of trainings for farmers, conduct impact assessment from new production models regarding the quality, productivity. Initially the model focuses on potato growing in Lam Dong with 1ha piloting. After this, the replication models will be expanded to 200-500 ha. Initial achievements are very promising after new breeds and local breeds both give high productivity, reaching economic efficiency compared to the current production methodology.

 PPP Fishery group:  Help Vietnamese consumers access to good fishery product sources from sustainable production compliance with international standards for food safety.

 The group operates in Can Tho province. Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam and Cargill spent 500.000 Euro to conduct this model on development of aquaculture ponds in compliance to the METROGAP model for about 2000 households. This model focuses on identification of potential fish breeds and directs farmers to the designed model serving for domestic market. Metro celebrated the opening of the centre for fishery products collection, processing and packaging in Can Tho in September 2011.

 PPP Common Commodity group: Objective of the group is to strengthen the sustainable production of maize and soya bean to 50% within 3-5 years. Group operates to strengthen the sustainable production and raise the productivity of maize and soya bean to 50% within 3-5 years focusing on prioritized issues: via cultivation model, apply new breeds, bio-technology, and risk management via insurance. Monsanto, in cooperation with IPSARD, conducts a study on the benefits from development of GMO products in Vietnam. The Common Commodity group is proposing MARD to quickly complete the legislation environment for registration, evaluation and trading certification within the state management duty of MARD. Regarding the strengthen communication, awareness raising for communities on the safety and socio-economic benefit of GMO, products from GMO: continuously enhance the experience sharing via PPP contributing in capacity development for direct actors in management, evaluation, certification issue for GMO objects.

            Finance – Credit group: In the meeting in September 2011, PPP agriculture agreed to establish a group specializing in finance and micro finance in order to further promote the participation of Gov’s agencies relating to credit and financial provision for widening and diversifying of agricultural products. MARD’s group, co-chaired with IFAD. In addition the group invited other organizations such as WB, ADB, IFAD, bilateral cooperation such as JICA, Dutch, FAO in order to mobilize more financial sources from these organizations. In-country agencies included MARD, State Bank and MOF.

The group conducted the first meeting session discussing the best credit and financial mechanisms for operation of activities within the 5 groups of agricultural products. Currently, commercial banks such as VBARD, Lien Viet, Kien Long, Techcombank, People Credit Funds are actively participate in and expect to create a typical mechanism for credit provision facilitating the activities of PPP agricultural groups.

 At the moment, all working groups are applying advanced science and technology as well as food safety. In the context that Vietnam is continuously promote agricultural production and economic restructure, efforts from these working groups are on the right track of heading toward higher products’ value, greater added value chain and supply chain serving for the common objective of increasing income for farmers and sustainable environmental development. IN 2012 and after, Vietnam shall strengthen the operation of these 5 working groups and strongly promote the operation of the newly established Finance- Credit group, create activities in green growing environmental protection; conduct studies and apply replication solutions for these models to entire sector; develop policies, mechanisms for institutionalization these initiatives at regional and national levels.

In WEF’s meetings, participants highly appreciate the role of Vietnam in effective participation and cooperation in the initiative “New vision in agriculture”. PPP agriculture model of Vietnam has been highly appreciated and is a shining spot for replication to other nations.

 Vietnam has experienced an exciting FDI investment in industrial zones and service activities. Beside significant achievements on income generation and job creation, many expensive lessons have been withdrawn regarding environmental, social and economic impacts. Reality showed that in the past development phrase, social investment in general and FDI in particular for agriculture were limited. Via effective participation in the initiative of “New vision in agriculture” at the WEF, at very first step, Vietnamese agriculture has received interests from other nations, international organizations and global enterprises. The further effective participation the forum for receiving this new opportunity is critical and necessary.

 In addition, in the context of reduction of ODA, this new PPP has a significant meaning in mobilizing resources, technologies, management efforts and market promotion from multi-national corporations. Via PPP, private resources are well mobilized and state’s resources are effectively utilized. In the other hand, via PPP, values of Vietnamese agricultural products are upgraded in the global supply chain. This is the premise to create breakthrough step for well implement tasks in current phrase of Tam Nong. After this pilot model, MARD is going to develop a proposal on replication of this model and complete the policy for resource mobilization. MARD encourages localities, enterprises, and development partners effectively participate in PPP, provide technical assistance, contribute comments for policy development and create better facilitation for farmers to better engage in production and development processes along with the effective supports from the Government.

Tran Van Cong - ICDMARD

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Consultation on the ”Agricultural sectoral restructuring towards improved quality, greater added value and sustainable development”


The consultation meeting on “Agricultural sectoral restructuring towards improved quality, greater added value and sustainable development” was organized by MARD/ICD via ISG in the mornign of 6th April 2012 with participation of more than 100 contributors including leaders from MARD’s agencies, donors, developemnt partners, international organizations, NGOs, assocciations, enterprises and medias.

31st FAO conference wraps up



The 31st United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Regional Conference for the Asia-Pacific wrapped up on March 16 in Hanoi.

Addressing the closing ceremony, Hiroyuki Konuma, Chief Representative of FAO in Asia-Pacific highlighted the importance of the event for the future of agriculture and rural development in the region.

He said the conference provided FAO with much valuable information and experiences on a number of important policy issues as well as other issues related to agriculture and food security.

The 2nd Global conference on Agriculture, food security and climate change “hunger for action”from 7-11 may 2012 in Hanoi, Viet Nam.


How to feed 9 billion people in 2050 is one of the biggest challenges of our era. Global food production must rise by at least 70 percent in 2050, with two time less natural resources. Without strong adaptation and mitigation measures climate change will reduce food crop yields 16 percent worldwide and by 28 percent in Africa over the next fifty years. It is likely that price and yield volatility will continue to rise as extreme weather continues, further hurting livelihoods and putting food security at risk. We can no longer look at food security, poverty and climate change separately. Climate-Smart Agriculture is a driver for green growth and the role of the private sector in driving the green, inclusive growth agenda needs to be emphasized.

Opening of the senior officers meeting under the frame of the 31st FAO Regional Conference for ASIA and the PACIFIC


 From 12 to 16 March 2012 in Hanoi, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) organizes the 31st Regional Conference for ASIA and PACIFIC. The main topics of this FAO Conference are food security and poverty reduction in rural areas.

Participation in this conference will be the H.E Ministers of Agriculture from 44 FAO member countries, Representatives from international non-governmental organizations, intergovernmental organizations, United Nations organizations, social-civil organizations as well as private sector. This important event is organized by FAO one in every two years aiming at consideration and recommendations for significant issues in food and agriculture which critically influenced to the ASIA and PACIFIC region.


Restructure is the central mission of Agriculture sector in 2012



At the Year End Conference for deployment of 2011 and work-plan for 2012 for MARD, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan gave his direction: restructure for Agriculture is the central mission and shall be implemented in 2012.

MARD’s Minister Cao Duc Phat clearly pointed three groups of concerns shall be addressed: restructuring of investment, renovation of state enterprises, development of economic sectors and continuing the renovation of policies and institutions regarding Agriculture and Development (ARD).

2012 – Implementation of five intervention groups for New Rural Development


Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh, head of the National Steering Committee for the National Target Program of New Rural Development (NTP-NRD),  pressed at the National Kick Off Workshop for NTP-NRD that: the most critical arrow is the synchronous awareness of the entire political system for a committed implementation of this program. This is a long-term vision program so rushing is not worked. Rural infrastructure is not all for the program.

Mechanisms and policies for cooperation in agricultural sector with African Countries in the period of 2012-2020



Prime Minister signed the Decision No70/2011/QĐ-TTg promulgating some mechanisms, policies in agricultural cooperation with African countries in the period of2012 – 2020.

This regulation is applied for bilateral cooperation activities in agricultural sector between the Government of Viet Nam (GoV) and Governments of African countries via:  (i) international protocol signed between the GoV and respective counterpart Government; (ii) Cooperation Agreement between the GoV and respective African counterpart countries; (iii) protocol signed between the GoV with one or more than one international donors; (iv) direct investment activities from Vietnamese enterprises to African countries in agricultural sector. All of these activities must be in line with the Foreign Investment Law of Vietnam and the Investment Law of the respective recipient countries.

PM ratifies a master plan for developing agricultural sector until 2020 with a vision for 2030


The Prime Minister has approved a master plan for developing the agricultural sector until 2020 with a vision for 2030 on the Decision No 124/QD-TTg dated 02 February, 2012.

The plan targets to develop agriculture, forestry and fishery sector towards improving productivity, quality, competitiveness and sustainability.

The Country-led Initiative (CLI) “A Pathway to a Green Economy in the Context of Sustainable Development – Focus on the Role of Markets and the Promotion of Sustainable Forest Management”, in support of the United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF), 10-13 Ja


The world today faces one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century: how to feed 9 billion people by 2050 in a way that is not detrimental to planet Earth, under a changing climate and in the context of growing competition for land and natural resources.

Minister Phat visits FrieslandCampina and Dairy Campus pilot farm in the Netherlands


Minister Duc Phat for Rural Development in Vietnam paid a visit to the dairy cooperative FrieslandCampina in the Netherlands early October 2011. FrieslandCampina is known in Vietnam for the dairy productsof Dutch Lady and Friso infant and toddler nutrition.

The purpose of the Minister’s visit was to be informed about the most recent developments in dairy farming in the Netherlands, particularly in the areas of quality and quality assurance for farm milk and dairy products.The Netherlands and FrieslandCampina are leading in the field of quality control for dairy products.

Denmark supports Vietnam to response to climate change


Hanoi,  Madam Rosenholm, Deputy Ambassador of Denmark in Vietnam and Dr. Bui Ba Bong, Vice Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam signed the MOU on Danish assistance to Vietnam in response to climate change (CC) with the support of 28 billion VND (equivalent to approximately 7.5 millions DKK) on 2nd December .

International support group’s plenary meeting 2011 "Vietnam towards the new vision in agriculture"


Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Cao Duc Phat and Country Director of World Bank in Vietnam Victoria Kwa Kwa presided over the Plenary Meeting of the International Support Group (ISG) in 2011, with the theme "Vietnam towards the new vision for agriculture" held on 26 October 2011 in Hanoi. The Meeting was attended by over 200 participants from donor community, international and non-government organizations, state own and private enterprises and different ministries.

Export of agro-forestry and fishery products of Viet Nam made a new record


By end of October, the export turnover of agro-forestry and fishery products of Viet Nam has made a new record of US$20.8 billion, higher than the total 2010 export turnover of US$1.3 billion.

Price advantage:

Most of the exported prices of agro-products have increased for the last 10 months compared to 2010. For the fist time, the price of Viet Nam exported rice was almost as Thai rice’s, attaining US$500/ton on average (increasing 7%). Rice was also the key product contributing largely to the aggregated export turnover, i.e. only in 10 months of 2011, Viet Nam exported 6.5 million tons of rice with the turnover of US$3.3 billion (rising 20.3%).

Annual Meeting between MARD Minister and Laos Minister of Agriculture and Forestry


The annual Meeting between MARD Minister, Dr. Cao Duc Phat and Laos Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Dr. Vilayvanh Phomkhe was held in Luang Phrabang province, Lao PDR from 17 – 19 October 2011. At the meeting, the two Ministers have affirmed the long-time friendship and relationship between the two Ministries and the effective cooperation for the farmers’ benefits. Ministers Phat and Phomkhe have signed the Agreement between MARD of Viet Nam and MAFF of Lao PDR on cooperation in agriculture, forestry and rural development in 2012 and the plan for 2013-2015. In addition to the series of cooperation activities as noted in the Agreement, both Ministers highlighted to importance to bring in private sector as the third party to facilitate commercialization of results from the joint researches such as production of high yield and quality seeds of paddy, corn, cassava.

ASEAN + 3 Ministers on Agriculture committing to enhance regional food security


The ASEAN + 3 (China, Japan and Republic of Korea) Ministers on Agriculture and Forestry held their Eleventh Meeting in Jakarta, Indonesia on 7 October 2011. The Ministers reaffirmed their strong support in advancing cooperation in food, agriculture, and forestry sectors, and welcomed the development of the ASEAN Plus Three Cooperation Strategy Framework consisting of six (6) Strategic Areas, i.e. Strengthening Food Security, Biomass Energy Development, Sustainable Forest Management, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Animal Health and Disease Control and Cross-Cutting Issues.

The eleventh meeting of the asean ministers on agriculture and forestry and the ministers of agriculture of the people’s republic of china, japan and the republic of korea (11th amaf plus three) 7 october 2011, jakarta joint press statement


The ASEAN Ministers on Agriculture and Forestry and the Ministers of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China, Japan and the Republic of Korea held their Eleventh Meeting in Jakarta on 7 October 2011, under the chairmanship of H.E. Dr. Suswono, Minister of Agriculture, Indonesia.

2.         The Ministers reaffirmed their strong support in advancing cooperation in food, agriculture, and forestry sectors as guided by the Second Joint Statement on East Asia Cooperation and the ASEAN Plus Three Cooperation Work Plan (2007-2017) which implies that linkages between the ASEAN Plus Three Cooperation Work Plan and the AMAF Plus Three cooperation projects should be further enhanced. In order to complement this decision, the Ministers supported and welcomed the development of the ASEAN Plus Three Cooperation Strategy (APTCS) Framework consisting of six (6) Strategic Areas, i.e. Strengthening Food Security, Biomass Energy Development, Sustainable Forest Management, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Animal Health and Disease Control and Cross-Cutting Issues.

Strengthening cooperation with the American countries in agriculture


To align with the Government’s policy to strengthen and expand international cooperation in agriculture and rural sector with the American countries, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has signed several agreement or memorandum of understanding to enhance cooperation activities with American countries, like Venezuela, Panama, Cuba, Argentina, El Salvador… MARD expected that the enhancement of technical cooperation with American countries would facilitate more information and technological exchange to serve agriculture production in the country, while contributing to the world food security.

Continue the efforts toward the goal of development a comprehensive and sustainable agriculture in Vietnam


Statement by the Minister of MARD Cao Duc Phat at the meeting with key leaders of the Ministry on 3rd Aug 2011, specified: the past tenure, ARD achieved significant goals in all aspects, thanks for crucial contributions from MARD’s officials, specialists and farmers nationwide and the closed directions from the Party, the Gov and the related Ministries and sectors
In this new tenure, challenges for ARD production are very severe, particularly the unexpected natural disasters, epidemics, input material prices for agriculture production, etc; all these factors are challenges for direction and execution of ARD production. 

VN pushes ties with Sierra Leone


(MARD - 28/07/2011) Viet Nam hopes to increase its ties with Sierra Leone through visits between various level leaders from the two countries.

Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Thi Xuan Thu made the statement at a meeting with her counter part, Ali Mansaray, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Food Security and Forestry yesterday in Ha Noi.
Both sides agreed to prioritise areas of trade on agricultural products and exchange expert advice and research on agricultural technology.

Program on Avian Influenza, Pandemic Preparedness and Emerging Infectious Diseases for the period from 2011-2015


Consultation Workshop on the Vietnam Integrated Operation Program on Avian Influenza, Pandemic Preparedness and Emerging Infectious Diseases (AIPED) for the period  2011-2015 in Hanoi, 21/6/2011.

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and PAHI have proposed the total budget need for program is about 8,058 billion VND (equivalent to 383.7 millionUSD).

Workshop on Rice, Farmers and Rural Development in Vietnam: from successful growth to sustainable prosperity


On June 13th, 2011, in Can Tho city, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) cooperated with the World Bank (WB) in Vietnam to hold the workshop "Rice farmers and rural development in Vietnam: from the successful growth to sustainable prosperity". Professor, Dr. Bui Ba Bong, Vice Minister of Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Ms. Victoria Kwakwa, World Bank Country Director in Vietnam, co-chaired the workshop.

The purpose of the workshop is to share and discuss the research results of policy consultancy held by the World Bank with the participation of leading research institutions in Vietnam, on agricultural issues related to structure and status of rice production in Vietnam; recommending a number of issues on policy and national strategies on food security, rice land management, market and production chain development – rice trading in the Mekong Delta River in particular and in Vietnam in general.

Minister of Agricultur e and Rural Development participates in the Special Consultant Board on agriculture- food security – climate change


Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung signed official letter No 2984/VPVP-QHQT dated 11/5/2011 approving Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development to participate in the Special Consultant Board on agriculture- food security – climate change proposed by WB and Netherlands.

Public – Private Partnership in Insurance for Farmers


The Insurance Program of “An Nong Viet” intends to start implementation from 1st July, 2011 over nation. According to principle of the contract, objects are insured by the program to be plant varieties using Phu My fertilizer of PVFCCo, insured beneficiary (the insured) are farmers who use Phu My fertilizer and insurance fee is supported totally by PVFCCo.

The US has offered access for rambutan from Viet Nam to the US market since 19 April 2011.


The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) made that decision after they had conducted the risk assessment of the possible diseases of the rambutan. USDA also provided the list of quarantine measures to ensure safety of the products, that the exporters must apply when they export rambutan to US, including: the rambutan exported to the US must be for commercial purpose; the product must be irradiated in line with the set regulations, i.e. the minimum absorbance level was 400 Gy.

Mechanism for private enterprises accesses ODA capital will be formulated


The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) is cooperating with relevant State Management Agencies and donors to draft and issue a mechanism for private enterprises approaching ODA capital in the forth quarter of 2011. Prime Minister has agreed in principle amendment and addition contents to issue Regulation on management and use of Official Development Aid (ODA)

Signing Ceremony of the Emerging Pandemic Threats Program


On 7 April 2011, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) signed the MOI on the Emerging Pandemic Threats Program with the witnesses of Mr. Diệp Kỉnh Tần, MARD’ Vice Minister and Ms. Virginia E. Palmer, Charge’ D’ Affaires of US Embassy in Viet Nam.

Viet Nam - Saudi Arabia Agricultural Cooperation


On the 3rd of March, 2011 in Ha Noi, an agreement was reached at talks between Vietnam's Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and Minister of Saudi Arabian Agriculture and Commerce and Industry. Both sides had discussed some cooperation orientations: Saudi Arabia will help Viet Nam to ensure energy security and Viet Nam will help Saudi Arabia food security.

UN provides $2.7m to manage forests


The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) signed an agreement with the Vietnamese Government (04/03/2011), committing itself to a technical assistance partnership to develop the country's capacity in forest resources assessment. The agreement launched the National Forest Assessment (NFA) project, a US$2.7 million project financed through FAO's forest co-operation programme with the Finnish government. Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Hua Duc Nhi co-signed the project document with the FAO representative in Viet Nam Yuriko Shoji.

Investment promotion forum on agriculture and rural development in the North Central provinces


On December 6, Investment promotion forum on agriculture and rural development in the North Central provinces which was chaired by Minister of Agriculture and Rural development Cao Duc Phat has taken place in Quang Binh.

Vietnam celebrates the 30th anniversary of the World Food Day and 65th anniversary of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


At the Institute of Agro-forestry Sciences in the northern mountainous area, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the World Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) held a 30-year anniversary of the World Food Day and the 65th anniversary of FAO (16/10/1980 - 10/16/2010) with the theme "Combined hands against poverty. "FAO Representative, Ms. Yuriko Shoji said the number of people going hungry in 2009 has reached the peach of 1 billion people, the largest ever.

International Rice Congress (IRC2010)


As the world struggles to feed itself, leading Asian rice producer, Vietnam, will host the largest congress of world’s rice experts in 2010 Apart from oil, rice is the world’s most complex commodity, influencing global politics, national governments, large tracts of land, a large proportion of the population, the climate and the environment. The 3rd International Rice Congress 2010, the world’s largest gathering of rice scientists, researchers, and technology experts, is going to be held from November 8-12, 2010 at the Vietnam National Convention Center in Hanoi.

Germany to assist Vietnam in training farmers in forestry


On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the establishment of Vietnam – Germany diplomatic ties, on 5 October 2010, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam has received the gifts worth 11,000 Euros from the Government of the Republic Federal Germany.

Support mountainous rural farmers in application of advanced technology


New rural area is a "revolution" - the State and people work together


Markets are in favour of agricultural product exports


Develop cooperatives to be firm foundation for national economy


Vietnamese fisheries sector to improve competitiveness through traceability system


Rural development Programme to build ‘new' rural areas successful


Agriculture, fisheries census to be conducted


Mozambique Prime Minister visits Vietnam’s Academy of Agricultural Sciences


On 4 Sept. 2010, Prime Minister of the Republic of Mozambique, Aires Bonifacio Baptista Ali, paid a visit to the Vietnam’s Academy of Agricultural Sciences within the framework of the official friendship visit from 31/8- 5 / 9 at the invitation of the Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dzung.

International cooperation and economic integration of the agriculture and rural development sector in the second half of 2010


Vietnam Tea International Conference 2010


Vietnam tea International Conference 2010 was held in Hanoi on 30 July 2010, with the participation of over 20 organizations, countries and territories. The conference is also an opportunity for Vietnam to discuss, listen and update the latest information of the world tea market and seek commerce opportunities.

Establishment of the Steering Committee for the Project "Vocational training for rural workers until 2020"


List of research programs and projects for science and technology and investment in 2020 by MARD


Manual guidelines for foreign direct investment to agriculture, forestry and fisheries in Vietnam 2010


Vietnam and Namibia to speed up agreement on fisheries cooperation


Sweden – Vietnam strengthen partners’ cooperation in agriculture and rural development


ISG five-year review (2006-2010) and 2011-2015 concept development


ICD MARD Forum Highlights Priority Projects for ARD Sector in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation


Quang Nam Province Strengthens Cooperation With INGOs at Hanoi Conference


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