Our research is instrumental in providing evidence-based policy advice for the government of Vietnam to plan the social-economic development strategy.
Environmental sustainability is not just a buzzword, but a means to improving livelihoods, especially of the most disadvantaged.
We capture global trends such as technology transfer and sustainability, while embracing local contexts and cultural sensitivity.
Our studies have shown that access to clean water and sanitation remains one of the most prevalent deprivations among the poor.
In Vietnam, education and training has always played a central role, as a priority of the government and of each individual family.
We focus on the vulnerable groups to contribute to guiding policies to promote growth and lessen inequality on the labour market and employment.
We demonstrate the importance the linkage between agricultural livelihoods and economic empowerment.
Applying a multidimensional approach, we embrace the cultural diversity and uniqueness within ethnic minority groups.
We use a multidimensional approach to measure and evaluate the impact of support policies and programs.