GROW

Farmers harvest their crops in central Vietnam. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Sau gần 30 năm tiến hành Đổi mới, nông nghiệp nông thôn Việt Nam đã đạt được nhiều thành tựu đáng kể, giúp cho đất nước chuyển từ thiếu ăn sang đủ ăn và xuất khẩu nhiều mặt hàng nông sản. Một trong những yếu tố quan trọng nhất đóng góp vào các thành công trên là sự thừa nhận và khuyến khích thúc...
Farmers harvest their crops in central Vietnam. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Almost 30 years since the Doi Moi reforms were introduced, rural agriculture in Vietnam has progressed substantially, helping the country to transform from food shortages to food security and the exportation of agricultural products. One of the key factors contributing to this is the acceptance and...
Sopheap Meas in her rice field, Cambodia 2012. Credit: Simon Rawles/Oxfam
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that globally, 842 million people are currently undernourished.1 Shockingly, half of these hungry people are small-scale farmers and their families,2 for whom agriculture is a livelihood, providing food for their own needs and...
Farmer Bap in Ca Mau. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
The aim of Oxfam’s sustainable food and fair sharing of natural resources programme is to ensure that smallholder producers are able to secure access to and control over land, water and other natural resources...
Farrners harvest green as part of GROW Vietnam. Credit: Oxfam Vietnam
Oxfam launched its global GROW campaign in 2011 to tackle the pervasive injustices in the global food system. This means that almost 800 million people worldwide do not have enough food to eat. The campaign recognises that a host of factors such as climate change, land acquisitions, food price...
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