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Comité de Coopération avec le Laos (CCL)

Poverty Reduction Project Oudomxay

Last updated:2014-05-08 15:58:21

The overall objective is to speed up poverty reductionand achievement of MDG 1, 3-5, 7 in the uplands of Oudomxay through a combined effort carried by beneficiaries and supported by local authorities & NSA’s. The specific objectives are to improve food security, income and health in the poorest villages of Nga, Namor and La districts and to increase local capacity among villagers, local authorities and non state actors to support participatory development with respect for the environment, indigenous rights and gender equality. Out of the different activity groups at village level, a number of outstanding farmers are trained to provide farmer-to-farmer extension in their own ethnic groups and languages.

Project Start Date Project End Date Current Project Phase Current Phase Start Current Phase End Project Operational Budget
Jun 3rd 2013 Dec 31st 2017 1 Jun 3rd 2014 Dec 31st 2017 2

Project Coordinator Project Partners
Elisa FILY
(856-20) 28 12 76 29
There are no partners specified

Provinces and districts of project activity:

Provinces Districts
Oudomxay Province - La - Namor - Nga

Sectors and sub-sectors of project activity:

Sectors Sub-sectors
Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Agricultural Training - Food Crop Production - Food Security - Irrigation - Livestock Production - Non Timber Forestry Production - Organic Agriculture - Small Animal/Poultry Raising - Upland Farming Systems - Veterinary Services & Training
Community Development - Integrated Rural Development - Rural Community Development
Health Care - Mother & Child Care - Nutrition - Primary Health Care - Public Health Campaigns - Training of Health Workers - Water Supply & Sanitation
Human Resources Development - Capacity Building - Gender Training - Management Training - Technical Training
Income Generation & Economic Development - Handicrafts
Natural Resources & Ecology - Conservation of Natural Resources - Environment Protection
Social Development - Gender and Development

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