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International delegation visits Quang Binh province to learn from CIRD

*On March 6-7, 2018, the Forest Land Alliance and its member organizations welcomed a delegation of over 24 members from Oxfam’s international staff and partner organisations to Quang Binh province. The delegation included representatives from Uganda, Malawi, Zambia, Indonesia, Cambodia and other developing countries around the world.

SEED and CIRD shared our experiences with models of effective management of land and forests of ethnic minority communities. With support from Oxfam and other international donors, results have been very positive in forest protection and development as well as land management for ethnic minority communities. Participants were interested to learn more about these projects and if and how they could apply these models in their own countries.

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SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT: CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF LAND USE IN HA TINH

Over the past two decades there have been major changes in land use in Vietnam. The country’s economy is in a transition phase with a series of restructuring processes, re-arranging the scale and mode of production. The process of urbanization and industrialization requires changes to land use and the redistribution of land use rights.

There have been many conflicts involving land, often because local people do not agree with the compensation provided by state agencies for their land. One of the reasons is that the state agencies do not consult communities and they do not provide information in a timely manner. Read More