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POVERTY REDUCTION MODELS IN SOME ETHNIC MINORITY COMMUNITIES IN VIETNAM

June 3rd, 2013 by Posted in Tài liệu xuất bản/Publications

In recent years, the Vietnamese Government has many poverty reduction policies towards ethnic minorities, focusing on the poorest districts and communes. Although facing many
difficulties and challenges, there have been successful poverty reduction models in ethnic minority communities. By 2010, about one-third of ethnic minorities in Vietnam have been
out of poverty2.
In this context, ActionAid International Vietnam (AAV) and Oxfam, the organizations with a long history of work to support the poorest and the most marginalized groups
in Vietnam, coordinated with local partners to start a study on Role of social factors at community level and household livelihood strategies for successful poverty reduction
models in ethnic minority communities.
This initative is in the framework of “Participatory Poverty Monitoring” implemented by AAV and Oxfam from 2007 to 2013. The intention of this project is to provide recommendations for policy discussion at the national and local levels in order to replicate successful poverty reduction models in ethnic minority communities in Vietnam.

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