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Vietnam government's compensation policies for smallholder farmers in Hatinh province after 2010 floods

Research “Vietnam Government’s Compensation Policies for Smallholder Farmers in Ha Tinh Province after 2010 Floods” is conducted by Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM). The research objectives are to understand deeply post-disaster recovery policies for the affected groups; to evaluate the equality of access to compensation measures by affected groups with a focus on smallholder farmers, then to make recommendations to improve compensation policies for smallholder farmers.

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Authors: Le Viet Thai
            Ta Minh Thao
            Nguyen Minh Thao
Source: Central institute for economic management, 2011
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