|This research project aims to show policy makers that horticulture is an important vehicle for pro-poor growth and development. The focus of governments and development assistance to agriculture in East Africa and in South East Asia should include fruit and vegetables(http://www.growoutofpoverty.nl). This focus should include development of the domestic market, away from the often-dominant attention for export orientation only.
Rose garden in Sapa
- To assess the conditions for fruit and vegetable production, distribution and marketing to serve as a pro-poor activity.
- To assess current outlet opportunities for fruit and vegetable products from the study, both on the domestic and international market, and to formulate expectations for the next decade.
- To predict the impact of the upcoming of supermarkets in the distribution of food, and the increased scope of quality and safety demands on the scale and organisation of horticulture supply in the study regions.
- To determine whether horticultural growth results in environmental degradation or high-risk consumption due to pollution in the production environment.
- To suggest interventions for pro-poor growth of fruit and vegetable production, distribution and marketing
Rose garden of Hoa Hong Cooperative in Sapa
The Economic Development Impact of Rose Value Chains in North Vietnam
Presentation Poverty Reduction by Rose Value Chains in North Vietnam
Qualitative assessment of rose sector development in Me Linh and impact on poverty reductionQualitative assessment of rose sector development in Sapa district and the impact on poverty
Quantitative assessment of the impact of rose value chains on poverty