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Vietnam - Forest Sector Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2003/09/30

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB363

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Vietnam,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Vietnam - Forest Sector Development Project

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;environment and natural resources management;security of land tenure;provincial forest;sustainable use of biodiversity;monitoring and evaluation system;sustainable forest management;country assistance strategy;flora and fauna;source of income;source income;internal control weakness;foreign exchange risk;loss of biodiversity;Financial Management System;land use plan;financial management requirement;Environmental Management Plan;incidence of pest;Resettlement Policy Framework;erosion of capital;forest land management;demand for timber;Country Assistance Strategies;gross domestic product;innovative financing mechanism;global environment facility;annual work plans;management of production;land use right;form of credit;rapid population growth;global environmental protection;conservation needs assessment;forest plantation development;globally important biodiversity;negative environmental impact;bilateral development agencies;land management system;conservation of biodiversity;adjacent land use;Sustainable Economic Development;natural forest;forest product;plantation sector;plantation forest;land allocation;land managers;plantation forestry;environmental service;management capacity;tree planting;Tree Growing;comparative advantage;small grants;operational management;tree crop;eligibility criterion;wood production;improve forest;farm forestry;rural population;protected area;wood supply;forestry sector;Ethnic Minorities;commercially viable;conservation fund;Institutional Sustainability;project costing;Forest Development;subsistence need;watershed degradation;market environment;high poverty;national policy;forest supply;management letter;Rural Poor;rural livelihood;financial intermediaries;poor household;commercial forestry;management categories;Centralized Procurement;national shopping;managerial capacity;barren land;conserve soil;participatory planning;degraded lands;market place;natural regeneration;water resource;land availability;biodiversity value;state budget;vertebrate species;rural family;livelihood systems;aid effectiveness;government source;market failure;upland area;international standard;independent audit;local population;budget process;rural area;community access;local economy;community needs;public consultation;environmental consultant;project execution;environmental issue;mitigation measure;cash incentives;ethnic group;Environmental Assessment;Social Assessment;wood chip;incentive framework;agricultural land;cadastral map;limited resources;market orientation;conservation effort;efficient market;extension service;global forest;tenure security;international competitiveness;forest industries;strengthening protection;social aspect;social sustainability;forest estate;donor financing;provincial budget;government staff;external support;socio-economic development;poverty alleviation;Management Fund;local stakeholder;financial sustainability;delivery mechanism;land classification;multiple donor;sustainable management;sustainable forestry;effective systems;forest fund;fund management;land administration;project impact;financing source;foreign affair;multiple sources;indigenous forest;provincial plan;environmental sustainability;rural community;crop system;fruit tree;improving productivity;environmental screening;investment credit;land productivity;competitive grant;forest sector;ongoing work;Financial Sector;efficient mechanism;forestry activities;employment opportunities;employment opportunity;increased income;private company;social forestry;rural production;watershed protection;innovative feature;conservation finance;conservation field;government strategy;environmental degradation;national forest;financial resource;local development;poor farming;institutional framework;forestry development;bare land;pesticide issue;credit scheme;nutrient depletion;Financing plans;trade balance;government institution;border area;draft animal;forest certification;furniture factory;expenditure using

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Citation

Vietnam - Forest Sector Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/557451468761993266/Vietnam-Forest-Sector-Development-Project