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Policy Recommendations: Forest management and protection integrated with sustainable bon bo plant development as source of livelihood and thai ethnic culture conservation in Que phong district, Nghe an province.

Written by nguyen
  • Type: Report/Publication, Country Publication
  • Source: Nghe An Forestry Development Consultation Center, GEF SGP Viet Nam
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  • Focal Areas: Biodiversity
  • Priority Groups: Indigenous Peoples
  • Countries: Viet Nam
  • Partnerships: ICCA-GSI
  • Region: Asia and the Pacific
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The publication was developed by the Nghe An Forestry Development Consultation Center and Global Environment Facility, Small Projects Grant Program – United Nations Development Program (UNDP - GEF/SGP) in collaboration with Que Phong District People’s Committee, Nghe An province. Sponsored by the Global Environment Facility - Small Projects Grant Program - United Nations Development Program (UNDP-GEF SGP), the Nghe An Forestry Development Consulting Center has collaborated with Que Phong District People’s Committee (DPC), and Communal People’s Committees (CPCs) of Nam Nhoong, Nam Giai and Chau Thon communes in implementing two projects: Developing a community-based models for Bon Bo plant conservation, development and sustainable use to contribute to biodiversity conservation in Que Phong district, Nghe An province (project code number: VMN / SGP / OP5 / Y4 / STAR / 2014/13); and Enhancing the capacity of the Thai ethnic community in forest management and protection integrated with local livelihood and cultural improvement in Que Phong District, Nghe An province, (project code number: VMN / ICCA- GSI / 2017/01). The compilation of this paper is one among activities designed and implemented in the work-plan of the project VMN / ICCA - GSI / 2017/01 in order to introduce, disseminate and recommend relevant policies towards achieving sustainable development by integrating the management and protection of natural forests with the development of Bon Bo plant based livelihood and the preservation of the Thai ethnic people’s good cultural identity.
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