An analysis report on the household registration system in Vietnam Authors: Mekong Development Research Institute  research team, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences and the World Bank. Published: June 2016 [/column_1] INTRODUCTION Research objective Upon collecting data from over 5000 households in Vietnam, the research team has compiled an analysis report on the Household Registration System…

Recommendation for an Effective Financial Model – Program’s Cost Norms Study Authors: Mekong Development Research Institute  research team and Nexia STT Approved: December 2015[/column_1] INTRODUCTION Research objective This is the synthesis report of the VTE financing programs/cost norm studies. The four particular objectives are: Evaluate the effectiveness of input-based and output-based budget fundingmodel, based on the…

Analysis report: Household registration survey 2015 Authors: Mekong Development Research Institute  research team including Phung Duc Tung (team leader), Nguyen Viet Cuong, Nguyen Thi Nhung, Nguyen Mai Trang, Dam Thi Tra My, Tran Anh Vu, Pham Hoang Anh, and Le Hai Chau. Published: December 2015[/column_1] INTRODUCTION Implemented in 1957, the residential registration system called ho khau in Vietnam was…

Policy brief: DFID support for the MDGs in Vietnam   Authors: Landell Mills Limited, Mekong Development Research Institute     Published: December 2015    [/column_1]      [/column_1]                             INTRODUCTION       Development cooperation between the United Kingdom(UK) and Vietnam dates…

[/column_1] Policy brief – Hydropower and Social Conflict in Vietnam: Lessons for Myanmar Authors: Trang Do and Elliot Brennan Published: December 11, 2015 Download the PDF file [/column_1] INTRODUCTION Myanmar has the lowest rate of electrification in South­east Asia. Increasing electricity supply for power generation to buttress development and lift its large rural population out of poverty is…

[/column_1] Country report: 15 years achieving the Viet Nam Millennium Development Goals Published: September 2015[/column_1] INTRODUCTION This report documents the progress/ results of Viet Nam in implementing MDGs throughout the period from 2001 to 2015. Along this 15-year journey of moving towards MDG achievement, after the first report compiled by UNDP in 2002, the country has…

[/column_1] Report: Assessment on the Socio-Economic Impacts of Hydro-Power Resettlement Projects on Ethnic Minorities Authors: Mekong Development Research Institute (MDRI) consultants including Dr. Tran Van Thuat, Dr. Nguyen Viet Cuong, Dr. Bui Xuan Du, Dr. Phung Duc Tung and Do Thu Trang. Published:  2014[/column_1] INTRODUCTION Along with increasing number of hydropower projects and the Government guidelines about…

[/column_1] Summary Report: Ethnic Minority Poverty 2007 – 2012 Authors: Mekong Development Research Institute (MDRI) consultants including Dr. Phung Duc Tung, Dr. Nguyen Viet Cuong, Dr. James Taylor, Msc. Ha Viet Quan, Associate Prof. Le Ngoc Thang, Dr. Dao Huy Khue, Nguyen Cong Thao, and Phung Thi Thanh Thu. Published: May 2014[/column_1] INTRODUCTION Vietnam has achieved remarkable…

[/column_1] Millennium Development Goals Report 2013 – Achievement and Challenges in the Progress of Reaching Millennium Development Goals of Vietnam Published: December 2013[/column_1] INTRODUCTION This report measures the progress of Vietnam moving towards achieving the MDGs. As the consequence of the Vietnam Full Country Report 2010, the report describes the achievements as well as identifies challenges…

[/column_1] Report: Resilient Livelihoods – Increasing the Ability of Communities to Prevent, Mitigate, and Cope with Extreme Weather Events Authors: Mekong Development Research Institute  research team including Dr. Tran Dai Nghia (Team Leader), Dr. Phung Duc Tung, Dr. Nguyen Viet Cuong, Do Thu Trang, Do Xuan Hanh and Nguyen Ba Minh Approved: December 2013[/column_1] INTRODUCTION Scope of study Subcomponent…

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