by Agricultural Finance Center, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Ohio State University in Columbus .
Written in English
Bibliography: leaf  (3d group)
|Statement||Ted L. Jones, Russell D. Frazier, and William L. Henning, Jr.|
|Series||AFC research publication ; 130|
|Contributions||Frazier, Russell D., joint author., Henning, William L., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD2080.4 .Z8 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 101,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||78622683|
The CPF for Laos addresses four priority areas: (1) Fostering agricultural production and rural development; (2) Improved food security and nutrition, with special focus on the most vulnerable (e,g, poor women, food-insecure farm households; (3) Forests and other ecosystems are protected and enhanced; (4) Improving capacity to respond to food and agricultural threats . Objective: The agriculture sector in Lao PDR is going through unprecedented changes due to commercialization, decentralization, and internationalization through ASEAN and beyond. As part of this change process, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) is moving to a more programmatic and outcome-based approach. The overarching development goal of the Lao PDR is to reduce poverty, achieve growth with equity and meet the Millennium Development Goals by Lao PDR also aims of graduating from the ‘Least Developed’ category of countries by Agriculture is expected to play a key role in achieving poverty reduction. This Rural and Agriculture Sector Issues Paper undertaken by the World Bank assesses the past decade’s agriculture sector growth and rural poverty reduction in Laos, and identifies issues that arise in sustaining broad-based agricultural growth in the Size: KB.
since the Party has introduced the New Economic Mechanism; the Party has determined agriculture development as a ”Major Battle Field” and established guidelines to shift from natural economy into commercial or market-oriented economy. As a File Size: 2MB. Evaluation of FAO’s Strategic Results Framework. FAO’s Strategic Framework, designed in , aimed to position the Organization more strategically and address the facts that its programmatic activities were defined along silo-like disciplinary lines and that corporate efforts were not clearly aligned with country programme priorities. C. Agricultural Value Chains 2 D. Evaluation Objectives 5 Chapter 2: Evaluation Methodology 6 B. Going Forward in Support of Agricultural Value Chain Development 48 APPENDIXES 1 The Value Chain Approach 51 Lao People’s Democratic Republic, and Nepal, have confirmed that agriculture is still a substantialFile Size: 1MB. BCEL Banque pour le Commerce Exterieur Lao BDO Business Development Organization BDS Business Development Services BMO Business Membership Organization BOL Bank of Lao PDR CCI Chamber of Commerce & Industry agriculture was accounted for percent, while industry was down from File Size: KB.
Extension education in agricultural and rural development: Role of international organizations - the FAO experience Gaaya A. in Plaza P. (ed.). La vulgarisation, composante du développement agricole et rural: actes du séminaire de. It is a unique source of up-to date estimates of support to agriculture using a comprehensive system of measuring and classifying support to agriculture – the Producer and Consumer Support Estimates (PSEs and CSEs), the General Services Support Estimate (GSSE) and related indicators – which provide insight into the increasingly complex nature of agricultural policy and serve as a basis for OECD’s agricultural policy monitoring and evaluation. Laos - Agricultural Development Project (English) Abstract. The Agricultural Development Project aims to reduce rural poverty by improving and increasing agricultural production through a community-based approach in designing and implementing components which directly impact the lives of the poor in the participating. 2 LAO PDR: AN EVALUATION SYNTHESIS ON RICE that parents are still alive. Khao Chao Leuang is a “mother” variety. It is nonglutinous rice valued for consumption when the rice supply is lean, and for making noodles.5 4. Biodiversity of Rice. Centuries of farmers’ selection and seed exchanges among differentCited by: 3.