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: A & C Black, LondonProducing Organization: A & C Black, LondonUse Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
Type: Adictionary.Size: 7.62 MBPublished Date:Tags: vocabulary agriculture english is not a first language
This dictionary provides a basic vocabulary of agricultural terms. It is ideal
for students of land management, environmental and veterinary sciences,
and is a handy reference for those working in the agriculture industries,
especially those for whom English is not a first language.
Over 1 billion people suffer from chronic hunger and malnutrition, The world population will increase to over 9 billion by 2050, Agricultural production must increase by 70%, 70% of the increase in cereal production is expected to come from increased yields.
1. Upland rice as cash in come
2. massive rice production by fileld size extension in fertile Remote area
3. Field extension: High demand on labpr-saving
- Introduction of labor-saving practices irrespective of high cost
4. Labor-saving practices
- Achieving High labor productivity.
5. Expansion of upland rice production (Rotation system)
- Deforestation and forest degradation
Create awareness among stakeholders, including community to make sustainable use of agriculture land, so that there is adverse impact on soil and vulnerability to disaster
Aware farmers about soil conservation techniques, including check on soil erosion, especially in hilly and river flood zone regions.
Author: Dr. Aloun Phonvisay; Dr. Bounlert Vanhnalat and Ms. Phonevilay Sinavong Producing Organization: NAFRI, Government of Laos (GoL),
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and
International Fund for Agricultural Development(IFAD)Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
Type: presentationSize: 254.5 kBPublished Date:Tags: policy recommendations; cattle smallholder farmers; cattle land zoning; cattle marketing and trade policy.
Policy recommenda/ons focus on catle smallholder farmers, particularly the poor, Implica/on for rural development and poverty alleviation, Long term commitment from the Government to national economic gain, Support and align with the Livestock Policy developed by Department of Livestock and Fisheries, Optimal participation of smallholder farmers in the catle value chain is critical for sustainable development of the Lao catle industry
Author: Sector Working Group Agriculture and Rural Development (SWG-ARDProducing Organization: Sector Working Group Agriculture and Rural Development (SWG-ARDUse Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
The consultation started in May 2015 and a new Vientiane Declaration (VD II) was endorsed by the Government of Lao PDR and a range of the
country’s development partners at the 12th High Level RTM on 27th November 2015
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Author: Jean-Christophe Castella and Jean-Francois KiblerProducing Organization: IRD-CIRAD and GRET- Professionals for Fair Development Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: English
Type: ReportSize: 4.24 MBPublished Date:Tags: agroecology; sustainable agriculture; southeast asia
This study provides a stock taking of the practices, actors, experiments (e.g. success stories, constraints to adoption) related to agro-ecology in the Mekong countries. A review of the literature was combined with country-based consultation workshops (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam) and expert surveys (Thailand, Yunnan-China). During the workshops and consultations, preliminary results from the initial desk studies were presented and discussed with key stakeholders of agro-ecology in each country
This tracer study assessed the employment situation of the graduates from the first two batches educated under the new curricula who graduated in 2013 and 2014, changes in economic and social
situation after the graduation and the quality and relevance of the training programs.
HAZARD : A potentially damaging physical event, phenomenon or human activity that may cause the loss of life or injury, property damage, social and economic disruption or
environmental degradation. Hazards can include latent conditions that may represent future threats and can have different origins: natural (geological, hydro-meteorological and biological) or induced by human processes (environmental degradation and technological hazards). Hazards can be single, sequential or combined in their origin and effects. Each hazard is characterized by its location, intensity, frequency and probability.
Author: Manivanh Suyavong Producing Organization: the International Executive Master in Development
Studies (IMAS) Program (2010-2011) of the Graduate Institute of International Development
Studies (IHEID) Geneva.Use Rights: No copyrightAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: English
Type: Grey literature/application/pdfSize: 1.2 MBPublished Date:Tags: rural dev: gender, ethnicity, oxfam participation community development cbdrm salavan
The main conclusion of this work is that community participation takes place when it demonstrably meets community members’ real interests, and participation is lacking when
community members consider the activity to carry risks to their livelihood.