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Community Prepares to Stop Slash and Burn shifting Cultivation to Reserve Mountain Wild Forest Tea for sources of family incomes

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Community Prepares to Stop Slash and Burn shifting Cultivation to Reserve Mountain Wild Forest Tea for sources of family incomes
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Community Prepares to Stop Slash and Burn shifting Cultivation to Reserve Mountain Wild Forest Tea for sources of family incomes
ຜູ້ຂຽນ
Nila Douanesouvanh
ຜູ້ຈັດພິມ
Learning for Development Association
ວັນທີ່ຕີພິມ
December 29, 2017
ພາສາ
English
ລາຍລະອຽດ
ຄຳສັບຫລັກ
With cooperation from Women Mobilizing for Development Association (MHP) the Capacity Development for Citizen Led – Inclusive Development was introduced to village authorities. Lao Pha immediately realized the significance of the project and led villagers to voice their needs. “We wanted to continue to preserve and utilize wild forest tea as a main source of income for our village and stop slashes and burn cultivation techniques,” says Lao Pha. The Community Development Facilitator, who was trained through Citizen-Led Inclusive Development Project, guided the villagers in assessing their potential and capacity to preserve the Wild Forest Tea Reservation.
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