Dao The Anh

Dao The Anh

Dao The Anh is Vice-President of Vietnamese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (VAAS).

With PhD (2004) in Agricultural, Rural and Food Economics in Montpellier, France and Engineer diploma in Agronomy at Hanoi Agricultural University, Dao The Anh has developed a carrier of 30 years in research for development focusing on agricultural economics, policies, family farming, agro-ecology, food safety, agri-food value chain governance and rural development.

He is also Vice-President of Vietnam Science for Rural Development Association, Editor in Chief of Vietnam Journal of Sciences and Technology. He is recently nominated as Head of Agriculture, Hydraulic session in Vietnam Encyclopaedia Edition Board.

Join FFTC-AP since 2018
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Affiliation
Vietnam Academy of Agriculture Sciences (VAAS).
Job Title
Vice President
E-mail
daotheanh@gmail.com

Latest Submission from Vietnam

2015.09.01
Decision No. 18/2007/QD-TTg, 10 June 2007 of the Prime Minister ratifying Vietnam forest development strategy for 2006-2020. General objective of the Decision is to establish sustainable forest protection, development and use of 16.24 mil. ha planned for forestry sector, increase forest cover to 42...
Country: Vietnam Topic: Forestry
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2015.06.23
Major issues of the tea sector in Vietnam   Nowadays, Vietnam is considered to be one of the cradles of the world’s best tea. Since the beginning of 20th Century, when the French invaded Viet Nam, they paid special attention to tea plants with much research and many investigations...
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2015.06.23
本文刊登於"農政與農情" 2015,11月號, No. 281: 74-76完整檔案請點擊右上 pdf 檔下載
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2015.06.23
On June 10, 2013, the Prime Minister of Vietnam issued Decision No. 899/QD-TTg approving the restructuring of agriculture and rural development towards increasing the added value and sustainable development. On June 18, 2013, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development promulgated the Action...
Country: Vietnam Topic: Agriculture
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2015.06.09
ABSTRACT The surveyed results showed that Vietnam's 2003 Land Law still imposes strict ceilings on land ownership so that opportunities to consolidate and expand farming operations through the land sale market are very limited. In 2009 there were 150,102 commercial farms throughout the country,...
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