RECOFTC Việt Nam
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Talk of the Forest
In 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, Mardha Tillah travelled to Bangkok for a workshop on gender leadership. At that time, she was...
Talk of the Forest
When Nong Thi Huong talks about what bamboo means to her and her ethnic Thai community in northern Viet Nam, she tells a tale of economic, ecological...
Talk of the Forest
Ten Nie loves planting trees. In 2018, her family planted one hectare of forest. In 2020, they planted another hectare of trees—Hopea odorata, a...
Notes from the Field
Saraswati Aryal’s parents were never disappointed that they did not have a son. Despite the patriarchal nature of Nepali society, they were happy...
Perspectives
Vien Dang Cong, a technical officer at WWF-Vietnam, had never taken a data-related course before. So, the Data Literacy Training organized by the...
Special Report
Imagine waking up one day and being told you no longer have a right to live in the village where you, your parents and even your grandparents were...
Talk of the Forest
The math doesn’t add up for Kong Sothea, the patrol team chief of Or Boun Leu Community Protected Area in Cambodia. “I am so worried because I don’t...
Stories of Change
Họ là những người đã có nhiều năm tham gia các hoạt động phát triển sinh kế cộng đồng, bảo vệ rừng, bảo tồn cảnh quan rừng ở khu vực Đông Nam Á....
Notes from the Field
In the prosperous timber industry of Viet Nam, more than 50 percent of the labor is conducted by women. This observation by Ms. Van of the Vietnam...