sustainable livelihood

Dubbed the "queen of bamboo in Vietnam", Lung/Vau is driving profound changes in Quan Son district, a "poor area" of Thanh Hoa.
Nearly 565ha of black tiger shrimp intercropped on rice land in Tri Luc commune, Thoi Binh district has been awarded ASC certification.
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.
Nearly 1,000 hectares of bamboo forest planted and harvested by 212 households in Que Phong district (Nghe An) have been granted the FSC certificate - a certification of sustainable forest management.
Oxfam in Vietnam cooperated with the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) to connect with the European seafood market through the display and introduction of clams at the 2022 Global Seafood Fair, held in Barcelona, ​​Spain.
The delegation witnessed the excitement of the target groups, the benefits of applying VCBG technology, the benefits of the project contributing to promoting green growth, sustainable energy transition, and replication of the circular economy model in Thai Nguyen province.
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