Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and Australia’s Department of Agriculture and Water Resources convened the first high-level dialogue on agricultural policies in Hanoi on November 22.
Vietnam is taking numerous measures to ensure food security in the context of increasing climate change.
VOV.VN - As one of the countries most affected by climate change, Vietnam has proactively adapted to extreme weather phenomena, especially the climate’s influence on agricultural production. A number of solutions have been applied.
Vietnam’s rice export is estimated to hit 2.732 million tonnes in the first half of this year, according to the Vietnam Food Association (VFA).
The Mekong Delta’s rice area in the autumn-winter crop this year needs to be expanded to make up for losses in the recent crops triggered by drought and saltwater intrusion, agriculture officials said.
Government officials from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam, which border the Mekong River, shared land governance experiences at a forum which opened in Hanoi on June 21.
A workshop was held in the Central Highland province of Dak Lak on March 29 to discuss measures to prevent drought and promote sustainable development of key industrial crops in the South East and Central Highlands regions.
Vietnam is attending the 33rd session of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific in Malaysia.
The 2nd Red River Delta Climate Change Symposium organised on February 25 by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), advocated for increased investment to help the region adapt to climate change, especially at the whole-of-delta level.
The achievements that Vietnam has gained in agriculture is significantly ensuring food security and implementing the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals, heard an event to mark the 35th World Food Day in northern Lao Cai province on October 15.
More than 380 pepper producers, exporters, policymakers, consumers, and scientists from more than 25 countries are attending a four-day meeting that opened in HCM City on October 27.
(VOV) - Increasing income for small households in the mountainous north-western region by enhancing competitiveness and market approach for temperate zone fruits.
(VOV) - Vietnam has a comparative advantage in agriculture production, said deputy minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Quoc Doanh at a seminar in Can Tho city on June 24.