Timing: September 2018
The USAID Green Annamites project supports Vietnam’s transition to climate-smart, low emission, and resilient development that protects people, landscapes, and biodiversity in Quang Nam (QN) and Thua Thien Hue (TTH) provinces. The overarching objective of the USAID Green Annamites Activity is to assist Vietnam’s transition to climate-smart, low emission, and resilient development that protects people, landscapes, and biodiversity in the Central Annamites. To achieve this objective, the project will increase the application of low emission land use practices, strengthen biodiversity conservation, and increase the resilience of vulnerable communities, working primarily in Quang Nam and Thua Thien Hue provinces.
CISDOMA experts provided consultancy service to this project on the activity “Capacity Building for Government Officials and Trainings to Increase Resilience of Vulnerable Communities” in Thua Thien Hue province.
- Provide basic understanding on climate change and its impacts on various sectors integral to TT Hue;
- Advance coping strategies at different levels of government and social participation;
- Provide basic understanding on livelihood adaptation and Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA), especially in lagoon areas.
Activities carried out
- Design training program and training materials
- Conduct 02 trainings in Hue City 48 participants including representatives from Provincial People’s Committee, Departments of Agriculture, Rural Development, Natural Resources, Environment, Transportation, Education, Health, related functional centers and offices; and leaders and officials from 5 targeted districts (Phu Vang, Huong Tra, Phu Loc, Nam Dong, A Luoi, Phong Dien)