Information for G03454
The Lam Dong REDD+ pilot area, Viet Nam: A socioeconomic baseline survey
The Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV) began exploring REDD+ opportunities in the central highlands province of Lam Dong in 2009.
Presented in this report is preliminary work conducted, which has included carrying out socio-economic surveys in 2010 across three of the four communes involved in the REDD+ project area, with an additional ‘control’ commune added to the study. In total, 280 households were surveyed with the intention of creating a robust baseline of socioeconomic data against which follow-up surveys in the future can measure the socio-economic impacts of REDD+. The baseline results also provide an interesting insight into the shape that REDD+ activities may take going forward.
From 2009-13 this IIED project looked at how REDD+ could be designed to promote sustainable development and reduce poverty, as well as reduce deforestation and forest degradation.
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Designing REDD+ to promote sustainable development and reduce poverty