the discussion meeting for the solution on Houy Ngua Protected Area invasion On March 13, 2009 at 14:00, at Borikhan distring meeting room, the discussion meetingfor the solution on the invasion of houy ngua protected area was opened, chaired by borikhan district head, Mr Khanmany, and participated by heads of depuly heads of offices and technical staff and villagers who are related to houy ngua protected area and district improved forest, with total of 30 participants
Author: Ministry of Industry and Commerce Producing Organization: Ministry of Industry and Commerce Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
Type: (Draft) LawSize: 168.88 kBPublished Date:Tags: hazardous chemical type draft
This law lays down the principles, regulations and measures regarding the management, monitoring, inspection, implementation and undertaking of chemical activities for the purpose of encouraging and promoting a quality, efficient, effective and standard work and ensuring the safety to the health, life, property, environment and security, contributing to the national economic and social sustainable development.
Author: Somxay SisanonhProducing Organization: Dep DG, DAEC Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
Type: Report Size: 2.11 MBPublished Date:Tags: leap swgab agribusiness development policy dialogue lfn capacity building
The crea.on of a Sub-Working Group on Agribusiness (SWGAB) was proposed at the Agriculture Sector WG mee.ng in February 2006. " NAFES and SDC agreed to Co-Chair the new group and the Laos Extension for Agriculture Project (LEAP) was
appointed as Secretariat " Inaugural mee.ng of SWGAB was held on 24th May 2006, aYended by NAFES, SDC, MOIC, NERI, ADB and GTZ
" Since 2007, the group has organised at least two mee.ngs per year.
Author: Jean-Christophe Castella and Jean-Francois KiblerProducing Organization: IRD-CIRAD and GRET- Professionals for Fair Development Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: English
.A comparative analysis of agroecology network led to a classification based on their conditions of emergence, their structure and governance mechanisms. The study points the strengths and weaknesses of the existing networks at the different scales. It shows that the different agroecology schools are not necessarily well coordinated at each level (national, regional, global) nor across levels for each agroecology school. The activities of a regional agroecology learning alliance should be grounded in strong national networks and endorsed by global networks.
Author: Lao People’s Revolutionary Youth Union, United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA Producing Organization: Lao People’s Revolutionary Youth Union, United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: English
There are many protection issues that increase young people’s vulnerability and undermine their rights to health, education and development, that require additional attention: early marriage, ethnicity, gender, exposure to domestic violence, including harsh discipline (at home and at school), migration/trafficking of young people, child labour, UXOs, high levels of substance use in the adult population and drug trafficking and inadequate implementation of protective policies and legislation (including against alcohol and tobacco; access to entertainment facilities).
The information from the key farm owner that they were now shipping live tigers on Laotian PDR army helicopters to various locations was met with skepticism. As such I traveled and checked out one of the locations mentioned - the new casino set up in the special economic zone on the Lao PDR side of the golden triangle
Author: Sector Working Group Agriculture and Rural Development (SWG-ARD) Producing Organization: Sector Working Group Agriculture and Rural Development (SWG-ARD) Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
Type: Report Size: 116.66 kBPublished Date:Tags: the round table process achievements and progress made against the five principles of the vientiane declaration
The Vientiane Declaration on aid effectiveness was revised in 2015 and a new Vientiane Declaration on Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (“VD II”) was endorsed by the Government of Lao PDR (GoL) and a range of the country’s Development Partners (DPs) at the 12th High Level RTM on 27th November 2015.
A competitive, inclusive, resilient and sustainable Food, Agriculture, and Forestry (FAF) sector integrated with the global economy, based on a single market and production base contributing to food and nutrition security and prosperity in the ASEAN Community
Author: Anke Leroux, Oliver Brown, Reiss McLeod Maiyer XiongProducing Organization: Monash University National University of Laos Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: English
Type: ReportSize: 933.57 kBPublished Date:Tags: food security evidence gap map (egm) livelihoods markets six dimensions of food security
The concept of food security is complex and encompasses numerous dimensions across its four main pillars: availability, access, utilisation and vulnerability. As a result, development projects that are designed to improve food security may target a diverse set of outcomes relating to livelihoods, resilience, markets, health, nutrition and equality at the individual
Author: Khamphoui Saythalat Producing Organization: PADETCUse Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
Type: poverty reduction in the Lao PDRSize: 330.54 kBPublished Date:Tags: governance; civil society; csos; npas; ngos
This chapter provides the notion of CSO’ concepts in both academic and donor literature discuss
non-state public sphere activity including development oriented NGOs as manifestations of civil
society. The term ‘civil society’ is used by virtually everyone without clear definition.
Understanding civil society depends on wider theoretical influences
Help local communities in two important wetland areas of Lao PDR to adapt to the impacts of climate change, and contribute to the sustainability of their livelihoods, by sup-porting the restoration and sustainable management of those globally important Ramsar-designated wetlands on which they depend.
Author: World Food Programme (WFP); Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) Producing Organization: World Food Programme (WFP); Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
This special report is published jointly by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the World Food Programme with technical support from the USAID’s Mekong Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change (Mekong ARCC) project, as well as inputs from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Ministry of Planning and Investments, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, the United Nations Development Programme, the Food and Agriculture Organisation, the NGO Disaster Risk Reduction and Management consortium (Oxfam, CARE, World Vision, the French Red Cross) and Decide Info.