Expanding Choices for the Rural Poor

Viet Nam

The report offers some frameworks for further expanding choices for some of the poorest and most vulnerable groups in the country. In light of lessons learned from the "doi moi reform" process (an economic reform and poverty eradication program) over the past 12 years, and the resulting impressive achievements in poverty reduction, the report concludes that a further expansion of choices in the non-state sector through a further deepening and widening of the doi moi reform process appears to offer the greatest potential for sustainable poverty reduction and human development.

Principal Contributors: Geoffrey Hainsworth - CoordinatorNguyen Hoang Dai Trang
Local Development (Regional/Rural)