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dc.contributor.authorThang, Tran Cong-
dc.contributor.authorKhoi, Dang Kim-
dc.contributor.authorThiep, Do Huy-
dc.contributor.authorLan, Vu Thi-
dc.contributor.authorTinh, Thai Van-
dc.contributor.authorPede, Valerien Olivier-
dc.date.accessioned2018-04-28T01:59:13Z-
dc.date.available2018-04-28T01:59:13Z-
dc.date.issued2017-
dc.identifier.urihttps://cgspace.cgiar.org/bitstream/handle/10568/89039/PIRCCA_WP211.pdf?sequence=5-
dc.identifier.urihttp://dspace.agu.edu.vn:8080/handle/AGU_Library/8401-
dc.description.abstractThis study assesses the economic, social, and environmental impacts of Large Field Models (LFMs) and their potential for promoting Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA). In Vietnam, the government introduced the Large Field Model (LFM), a type of production organization, in which enterprises or cooperatives establish a cooperative relationship with farmers to apply a unification production procedure by providing production inputs (including material and technical support) and/or buying outputs from producers. These LFMs can be classified under three different forms based on the extent of those linkages: (1) farmers contribute land and/or labour to farmer cooperatives; (2) farmers sign contracts with cooperatives or enterprises and receive inputs; and (3) farmers lease out/sell their land to cooperatives or enterprises. Although the key objectives of constructing LFMs come from requirements in improving rice quality and rice production efficiency, these models also have potentiaThis study assesses the economic, social, and environmental impacts of Large Field Models (LFMs) and their potential for promoting Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA). In Vietnam, the government introduced the Large Field Model (LFM), a type of production organization, in which enterprises or cooperatives establish a cooperative relationship with farmers to apply a unification production procedure by providing production inputs (including material and technical support) and/or buying outputs from producers. These LFMs can be classified under three different forms based on the extent of those linkages: (1) farmers contribute land and/or labour to farmer cooperatives; (2) farmers sign contracts with cooperatives or enterprises and receive inputs; and (3) farmers lease out/sell their land to cooperatives or enterprises. Although the key objectives of constructing LFMs come from requirements in improving rice quality and rice production efficiency, these models also have potential for applying CSA to achieve three CSA pillars: productivity, resilience and mitigation.l for applying CSA to achieve three CSA pillars: productivity, resilience and mitigation.vi
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dc.relation.ispartofseriesAgriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Working Paper;No. 211, pp. 1 - 49-
dc.subjectClimate smart agriculturevi
dc.subjectClimate changevi
dc.subjectAgriculturevi
dc.subjectFood securityvi
dc.titleAssessing the potential of climate smart agriculture in large rice field models in Vietnamvi
dc.typeArticlevi
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