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PRO. SOS. SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS, DISTRICT OF SON DONG, VIETNAM

Vietnam

Initiative timeframe: 2013/2017

Total initiative costs

€ 557,327.67
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 557,327.67

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 17.11.2015

Status

50 Complete
50%

Vietnam


Location

Son Dong District, Bac Giang Province, Vietnam

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The project intends to pioneer the sustainable domestic cultivation of healing herbs, which are crucial to the livelihoods of the population living in Son Dong district (Bac Giang province), largely composed by ethnic minorities. Furthermore, the project aims also to link cultivators to pharmaceutical companies as well as to raise awareness of local community about environmental protection. The number of people benefiting from the project, either directly or indirectly, is estimated to be over 70,000 units, ranging from residents and authorities to producers in the area of intervention. The project is completely in line with the National Plan to Alleviate Poverty in Vietnam. In addition, the project focuses on priority sector according to the Italian Cooperation Guidelines for 2013-2015. read more close

Main outcome

Improvement of productivity and environmental sustainability in the production of healing herbs in Son Dong district, Vietnam.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010166
Purpose Agricultural development
Sector III.1.a. Agriculture, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority People's Committee of Son Dong Disctrict
Representative utl.hanoi@esteri.it
Other financiers NGO CIAI: 221,075 Euro

Beneficiaries

1. Direct beneficiaries (3.312 people): - 225 families benefiting from the project (900 people); - 150 men and women living in Tuan Dao, An Ba e Tuan Mau communes that receive specific training on the establishment of nurseries garden; - 75 residents in other communes of the district that receive specific training on the establishment of nurseries garden; - the staff of Tay Yen Tu Natural Reserve (12 people) that receive training on how to create and nourish a seedling; - 9 producer associations that receive plant dryers, training on treating and conserving healing herbs and supports for product marketability; - all the students of 12 secondary schools involved (in total, 2.400 boys and girls at the age of 11-14); - the entire population of the district where activities intended for raising awareness take place (about 10.000 people). 2. Indirect beneficiaries (68.724 people living in Son Dong district - National Census 2009), in particular: - families and relatives of direct beneficiaries involved in the activities intended for training and nurseries establishment, treating and selling healing herbs; - all the producers in the district that have a seedling store for the acquisition of healing herbs which will be grown locally (roughly 95% of the population is employed in the primary sector); - district authorities benefiting from an alternative development pattern that can apply to other communes of the district and can also be used as a means for promoting tourism; - all the inhabitants of the district through the protection of biodiversity.

Beneficiaries of which females 49.0%
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MAECI - DGCS

Financial contribution of the Directorate General for Development Cooperation of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI-DGCS) to the NGO CIAI in order to carry out the planned activities.

Status Ongoing
Type Technical Assistance/Consultancy and related expenses
Procedure Call for Proposal
Procurement notice Contract awarded