Author: Chela Vázquez Producing Organization: Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific, Sustainable Agriculture and Environment Development Association Use Rights: No CopyrightsAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: english
On July 16 - 28, 2011 PAN AP, in collaboration with the Sustainable Agriculture and Environment Development Association (SAEDA), and with support from the Lao Department of Agriculture (DOA), and the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment (MoNRE), conducted a survey to characterize the movement and use of pesticides in Lao PDR, particularly of banned substances
The World Bank undertakes periodic Investment Climate Assessments in order to provide
policymakers with a better understanding of how the private sector is performing and where
the principal constraints to increased private sector investment are to be found.This is the third Investment Climate Assessment carried out in Lao PDR,this Investment Climate Assessment is that policymakers in
Lao PDR face two different pathways
Author: Prime Minister’s OfficeProducing Organization: Prime Minister’s OfficeUse Rights: Non CopyrightedAvailability: Solf copy Language: English
Type: Legal documentSize: 141.68 kBPublished Date:Tags: concession, land for lease, landscape, plateau area, economic infrastructure
Land and land Concession refers to the process of giving authorization to individuals or juridical entities to operate business with the right to use state land based on the conditions and time limit specified legally in the terms of contract.
Author: Michael Liu, Sigaty.TProducing Organization: Rights-LINK lao project (VFI)Use Rights: Non CopyrightedAvailability: Availability at LINK Resource centre Language: English
Type: Research document Size: 424.51 kBPublished Date:Tags: communal, legal, analysis, land, population
In 2004, the Prime Minister issued PM Decree 67 of the National Land Management Agency establishing the National Land Management Authority (NLMA). This decree granted the NLMA
the authority to draft law for effective land use and land development2 and to make and manage land records
Author: Technical Advisory Group/ Technical Working TeamProducing Organization: JICA/Sida, GTZUse Rights: Non CopyrightedAvailability: Availability at LINK Resource centre Language: English
Type: Research document Size: 151.03 kBPublished Date:Tags: land use planning, instructions issued, cultivation, agricultural, protection forest areas
The Family Land Tenure Analysis Form would allow the DLMA to see how long a parcel has been developed, whether the type of land is “permanent” or “non permanent”, and any documents that could be provided as evidence of the family‟s occupation and use of the land.
Author: Ministry of Agriculture and ForestryProducing Organization: Ministry of Agriculture and ForestryUse Rights: Non CopyrightedAvailability: Soft copy onlyLanguage: English
Type: Article document Size: 263.11 kBPublished Date:Tags: livelihoods, poverty, agricultural production and natural resources management
In regard to the allocation of land for agricultural uses, the appropriate functions of the relevant technical agencies are being under-utilised by administrative decision making organs at
the national, provincial and district levels
Author: Zoe MeierProducing Organization: Village Focus International (VFI)Use Rights: Non CopyrightedAvailability: Soft copy onlyLanguage: English
Type: Research document Size: 483.33 kBPublished Date:Tags: human trafficking, human right, anti-trafficking law, human trafficking legislation
Laos is a mountainous, landlocked country of 5.76 million people and is bordered by China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Burma.12 Being situated in the Asia Pacific region, where is it estimated that more than half of the global trafficking victims are found
This lesson will set out a range of options for addressing disputes and conflicts over land, forests and fisheries. It will examine their advantages and risks and how they might play out in the situation at hand.
Deep pools are relatively deep areas in a river channel that are believed to provide critical refuge and spawning habitat for many species of fish. Presently, in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) the health of this critical habitat is believed to be ‘good’, but threatened by development activities and destructive fishing practices.
The following Thesis is a qualitative research on the state of forests and its importance for providing economic and environmental services in four selected countries: Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Vietnam and Laos
Author: MRCProducing Organization: MRCUse Rights: non copyrightedAvailability: softcopy onlyLanguage: English
Type: ReportSize: 6.86 MBPublished Date:Tags: trends, indices, species, biomass, data, khone falls, multispecies assemblage, time series
This report presents time series of indices of fish diversity, fish (and their larvae) abundance, biomass and size for the multispecies assemblage and for important species estimated from data collected at more than 50 locations in the LMB by these four monitoring programmes. Intra-annual variation and
long-term trends in these indices were examined.
Author: Holly High Producing Organization: Institute of Southeast Asian StudiesUse Rights: No copyrightAvailability: Softcopy onlyLanguage: English
Type: Govt policies/application/pdfSize: 1.64 MBPublished Date:Tags: press freedom national assemby democracy internet
Previously in analysis of politics in Laos, the classic observation was that — off-the-record — everyone knows that laws are not fairly enforced,
that elites hold the power in reality, and that economic growth and increasing foreign investment have only tended to confirm their position and privilege
above their countrymen.