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Research & Advocacy 

The pace of development in Vietnam is highlighted by its recent classification as a middle income country (MIC) by the World Bank, and its accession into the World Trade Organisation. While these highlight the outstanding progress that Vietnam has made in recent decades, they also imply a shift towards investment in economic growth rather than poverty reduction, along with a range of environmental and social challenges.

In order to cope with the dynamic and changing context of poverty, CSOs in Vietnam need to be more active, and play a more challenging role in poverty reduction and social justice. This requires CSOs to not only act as charities or service providers – in the modern context they should actively contribute at the advocacy and policy making level. Recognizing the increasing role of local NGOs in dealing with new challenges in poverty reduction, SRD has responded quickly, maintaining its relevance in the changing context. In recent years, SRD has significantly strengthened its capacity in research and advocacy, with a strong focus on evidence based advocacy. 

To read our recent research and reports, click here.

To view a map of all of our current projects, click here.

Real world evidence underpins our approach to advocacy and policy guidance. The focus of our advocacy strategy is to deepen our work at the grass roots level, in order to gain practical experience and understanding of feasible interventions. We are committed to taking the lessons we learn from local experiences and the voice of poor, and represent them in high level policy development through strategic engagement with policy makers and our networking efforts.
Along with our practical project experience, SRD also conducts research into sustainable development and climate change issues across Vietnam. Recent action research projects have included the application of System of Rice Intensification (SRI) in Vietnam, the value chain of chickens in Phu Tho, and Boa Thai rice crops in Bac Kan. The research further strengthens SRD’s ability to reflect the voice of the poor, and to present isssues and successful initiatives from communities at the highest levels.

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