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Poverty Reduction Trend. Plausible: 1985: 60% >> 2005: 20% (VN) But not sustainable: re-impoverished communities continue to appear. Fragmented efforts: little coordination, several national and provincial programs, competing, duplicating.

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poverty reduction trend
Poverty Reduction Trend
  • Plausible: 1985: 60% >> 2005: 20% (VN)
  • But not sustainable: re-impoverished communities continue to appear.
  • Fragmented efforts: little coordination, several national and provincial programs, competing, duplicating.
  • Needed: an inclusive and sustainable development approach.

VO-TONG XUAN and NGO HUY LIEM Angiang University, Vietnam. Aug.2007

paradigm shift in approach 1
Paradigm shift in approach (1)
  • Decentralization
  • Local level participatory planning
  • More focus on spatial and chronic poverty approach
  • Differentiation in policies design and implementation for the ethnic minorities poor households groups (with focus on capacity-building and institution development/farmers’ organizations, and infrastructures)

VO-TONG XUAN and NGO HUY LIEM Angiang University, Vietnam. Aug.2007

paradigm shift in approach 2
Paradigm shift in approach (2)
  • Differentiation in poverty interventions linking with the globalization trend and markets (increasing piloting support from donors to use the Value chain approach to increase the participation of the poor / gender in the INCLUSIVE production > processing > marketing process, however more efforts still needed in various sectors and provinces).

VO-TONG XUAN and NGO HUY LIEM Angiang University, Vietnam. Aug.2007

paradigm shift in approach 3
Paradigm shift in approach (3)
  • Strengthening the private sector (especially in linking with the Value chain approach, raising Corporate Social Responsibility, linking with Pro-poor growth with Environmental issues)
  • Incorporating workable and improvable Monitoring and Evaluation System at all levels, especially with the results-oriented focus and inequality concerns
  • Much more coordination among agencies and institutions ( national and foreign) in the policies formulation and programs/projects implementation.

VO-TONG XUAN and NGO HUY LIEM Angiang University, Vietnam. Aug.2007

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High quality

Uniquely competitive product of the region

What pro-duct?

MARKETS

Large quantity

Competitive price

AN INCLUSIVE SYSTEM OF PRODUCTION FOR POVERTY REDUCTION

Trade mark Packaging Processing Storage Harvest

Enter- prises rural financeexport, distribution

Raw materials or other non-farm services

Research organizations

Farmer’s Association

Federation of coops.

Dept of Agriculture

EDUCATION/TRNG Prodn technology- GAP standard, sustainable food safety.

Hợp tác xã

Trang trại

Cụm SX

Universities

Farmers

(cooperatives,

clusters)

Food quality inspection agencies

VO-TONG XUAN and NGO HUY LIEM Angiang University, Vietnam. Aug.2007

value chain approach introduced in province ben tre june 2007
Value Chain approach introduced in Province Ben Tre (June 2007)

COCONUT BASED PRODUCTS

VO-TONG XUAN and NGO HUY LIEM Angiang University, Vietnam. Aug.2007