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Title: The challenges in implementing Vietnam’s Nationally-determined contribution (NDC) in the Agriculture sector under the current supporting laws, regulations, and policies.
Authors: Trung, Nguyen Duc
Anh, Le Hoang
Thang, Nguyen Trung
Sebastian, Leocadio
Keywords: Nationally determined contributions
Paris agreement
Greenhouse gas mitigation
Climate change adaptation
Issue Date: 2017
Series/Report no.: Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Working Paper;No. 217, pp. 1-37
Abstract: This study reviews the current supporting laws, regulations, and policies in Vietnam and their applicability in the effective implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) agriculture activities in Vietnam. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rur al Development (MARD) is responsible for the development of NDC activities for the agricultural sector. It can be noted that there is a strong supporting legal framework in Vietnam. There are, however, some challenges and gaps that could potentially affec t the effective implementation of NDC activities in agriculture. The study considered the following five areas as critical to NDC implementatio n : 1) awareness and technical capacity; 2) implementation coordination; 3) downscaling to the provinces; 4) engag ement of private sector and NGOs; and 5) regulatory framework. Some recommendations are proposed on how to address the challenges in the five areas identified.
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