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Through T-LEAF, CARE works to enable women tea farmers in Son La to equitably engage in the tea sector with their income being increased and decision making power in the tea market system enhanced.
Only a year after its inception, Hop Thanh Thanh Van Cooperative started to form production groups, diversify the products and the markets, and slowly bring more jobs and income for members.
Take a look at early results and challenges in a project supporting Arabica coffee farmers in the northwest of Vietnam.
Read the story to find out how a stay-at-home ethnic minority woman learns to increase her family income.
How a young girl became a ‘green ambassador’
Vietnam’s first draft on the National Adaptation Plan, or NAP, for the period 2021-2030 and a vision to 2050 is available for comments. CARE supports the consultation process that was recently kick-started in Hanoi.
An ILO Convention on ending violence and harassment in the world of work: All you need to know about it
(Cao Phuong Linh, volunteer, CARE in Vietnam) A Vietnamese version of the article was published by Dan Sinh newspaper on 15 June 2019. Vietnam’s...
Nearly 200 people of Phang 2 and neighbouring villages in Muong Phang commune, Dien Bien district, Dien Bien province took part in a recent...
Integrating gender and climate change into income generation activities as key to advance long-term benefits
CARE just completed the training on how to take into account differences between men and women while supporting local villagers run income...