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Signing Ceremony of Memorandum of Understanding on training for livelihood development

In the afternoon of May 10, 2018, the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Centre for Rural Development in Central Vietnam (CRD) and Central Group Vietnam took place at Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry. The MOU signing ceremony between CRD Vietnam and Central Group This is an important co-operation aimed at […]

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Effective disease-free chicken raising model  

The disease-free chicken raising model has helped the people in Thuong Nhat and Huong Loc communes change their livestock practices and reduce risks. These are positive signals showing the effectiveness of livelihoods development through the project loan funded by the Global Environment Facility in Vietnam (GEF) and the consultations from the Centre for Rural Development in Central Vietnam […]

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Creating economic motivation of households from credit fund for livelihood development

On May 6, a consultation workshop on regulations of credit fund management and utilization and on development of livelihood improvement models took place in Thuong Nhat and Huong Loc Communes, Nam Dong District, Thua Thien Hue Province.  The workshop was held by Center for Environment and Community Development (CECoD) in collaboration with local authorities and […]

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Kick-off ceremony of Project “Developing model of sustainable livelihoods”

On March 4, 2016, the project “Enhancing capacity on developing models of sustainable livelihoods to minimize dependence on special-use forests in the buffer zone of Bach Ma National Park” officially kicked off.

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Process of harvesting and preservation of cross-bred corn

After harvesting, seed moisture content of corn as well as some other plant varieties is high, if they are not dried and processed timely, productivity, seed quality and activities in time preservation will be affected directly. Therefore, after harvesting, breeding corn should be dried, separated seeds, and dried again until the seed moisture content downs 10-12%, then they can be preserved.