SCBV

Dubbed the "queen of bamboo in Vietnam", Lung/Vau is driving profound changes in Quan Son district, a "poor area" of Thanh Hoa.
Bamboo forests blanketing the mountainous area of Que Phong, Nghe An hold the main livelihoods for most local families. So much so that the bamboo itself is hailed an “ATM machine”, dispensing cash as it is chopped and sold to merchants.
The story of Mr. Le Thanh Tam, My Long commune, Cau Ngang district, Tra Vinh province By attending the "Gender Equality" training organized by Oxfam at the cooperative, I have been doing housework, sharing the workload, exchanging and discussing with my wife about important family matters. Before...
The story of Ms. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Von, My Long commune, Cau Ngang district, Tra Vinh province In the past, my husband was very conservative so he wouldn't let me go to meetings or even seeing my friends. Every time there's a training session in remote provinces such as Bac Lieu or Ca Mau or Can Tho...
The story of Ms. Cao Thi My Hien, Hiep Thanh commune, Duyen Hai town, Tra Vinh province Since getting married, my family’s earnings all depends on my husband. I am very self-deprecating, and not as bold as others. I think that just being at home, taking care of the children, and providing food for...
Oxfam in Vietnam/the Inclusive and Sustainable clam and bamboo value chain development in Vietnam (SCBV) project is looking for a consultant(s) to provide a 3-days online training workshop to improve staff’s capacity in course design and virtual facilitation to deliver high-impact training and...
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