Dr. Nguyen Bao Thoa, director of the Project “Promotion of supply and demand of Eco-Fair agri-food processing products in Vietnam” (Eco Fair project) (led by VIRI), will be speaker at the EU side event COP27 in Nov. 09, 2022 in Egypt: Recipes for change: how a sustainable food system can curb carbon emissions The event will show-case the role of circular economy approaches in curbing emissions along the food value-chain providing successful examples funded by the EU through its SWITCH regional programmes in Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean. Lastly, it will provide visibility to the implementation of the external dimension of the EU “From Farm to Fork Strategy” and the “EU Circular Economy Action Plan”. The event specific objectives are to highlight circular economy and other policy approaches that accelerate the transition of the agri-food value-chain to a low-carbon industry in partner countries; showcase examples of low-carbon agri-food enterprises (notably MSMEs) supported by the EU SWITCH regional programmes; and engage youth and the general public by promoting low-carbon nutrition and lifestyles. The Eco-Fair project is very active on these objectives and will share Vietnam experience on eco-fair promotion, which is expected to be a valuable contribution to this panel
On July 20, 2022, Vietnam Rural Industry Research and Development Institute (VIRI) will organize the workshop and survey program to evaluate products of the project in order to complete the Provincial scientific research “Understanding typical culinary and cultural values in the development of tourism in Gia Lai province”. On the morning of July 20, 2022, a survey of fruit model (Pleiku) and traditional cuisine will be held at Mo Hra village, Kong Long Khong commune, Kbang district. In the afternoon of the same day, a workshop on “Evaluating 03 models: Food Night Market, Culinary Experience associated with Community Tourism, (Fruits) Beverage Experience ” will be held at Pleiku and Em Hotel ( address: 86 Nguyen. Van Troi, Pleiku city, Gia Lai province)
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Presenting evaluation survey results on potential products for Nam Giang District, Quang Nam
On December 22nd and 23rd, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Thu Trang, representing the research group from VIRI, has presented evaluation survey results on potential products for Nam Giang District, Quang Nam. These were results from the survey conducted to identify potential products in Nam Giang District back in November. This activity was conducted to discover and further understand the potential resources in ethnic communities in Nam Giang District. The potential resources includes handicrafts, NTFPs, forest products. The survey also aims to bring market proposals for these potential products. Participating in the meeting with VIRI research group, there are representatives from 12 communes and town with total of 129 participants. The report on potential products for Nam Giang District from the research group has generally introduced the survey (aims, methods, schedules, etc.) and put forward a number of detailed survey information and market proposals for potential products and other related proposals for developing products. In addition to presenting the survey results, Mrs. Trang shared with the group on marketing issues for these products. The group has shown to contribute enthusiastically and actively with ideas to develop and improve potential products locally. This is a joy and an encouragement for the research staffs at VIRI in the consultation for product development and marketing for ethnic minorities.