Sustainable agriculture, fisheries and food security
Sustainable agriculture, fisheries and food security
Sustainable agriculture, fisheries and food security, it is important to protect the environment by reducing deforestation that contributes to climate change; development of agro-forestry sector by introducing new sources of revenue; and effective disposal of waste. The use of modern fertilizers has become increasingly important, redistributing and producing natural sources of energy. Sustainable agriculture, fisheries, and food security are important tasks to change the main way of life of the community, making them better income like women, youth and disadvantaged get a job. These things will reduce deforestation and for sale of NTFPs from people in village. The project will present case studies on capacity building for crop production, maintenance, fertilizer production in vegetable and sugarcane farms, rural areas ... in the rural area of Nong Teng village, Luang Prabang province to assess whether it can increase the income of agriculture and food production and the environment. The project aims to increase access to efficiency on food security and resilience for community; to capacity building for the community on market chain networking at villages and district level; to strengthen the adult and women in the community to have the ownership for efficient environmental and natural management including project design and evaluation.
 

Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Sustainable Development Association LPB
Country:
Lao
Area Of Work:
Biodiversity
CapDev
Climate Change Mitigation
Grant Amount:
US$ 20,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 5,000.00
Project Number:
LAO/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/CC/2020/76
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed

Partnership

CBO

SGP Country office contact

Mr. Bounmy Phommakone
Phone:
+856-21-267 750
Fax:
+856-21-264 939; 267 799
Email:
Ms. Vilaylack Tounalom
Phone:
+856-21-267 747
Fax:
+856-21-264 939; 267 799
Email:

Address

Lane Xang Avenue, P.O.Box 345
Vientiane, Asia & Pacific, Lao PDR

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