Publication 2: "Main crop development in Viet Nam: Situation and Orientation"

The report "Main crop development in Viet Nam: Situation and Orientation" is conducted by experts of the project "Enhancing Agriculture Competitiveness in Viet Nam” (EACVN) and researchers from the Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development in 2021. The report represents efforts to provide background input to support the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development for building the national strategy for the crop sector development towards 2030 and vision to 2045. During the process, the leaders of the Department of Crop Production and senior experts: Dr Cao Duc Phat (former Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development) and Dr. Nguyen Van Bo (former President of the Viet Nam Academy of Agricultural Sciences) in providing inputs, ideas, and comments to develop the report and complete the Strategy had contributed greatful ideas and comments for the report. Dr. Garth Atkinson and Dr. Dang Kim Son - consultant team leader and deputy team leader of the EACVN also provided comments on the orientation and structure, and some details in the report and Mr. Takeshi Ueda - the Principal Natural Resources and Agriculture Economist of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) provides continuing support to this report.


Contributing to the formulation of the Strategy for Crop Sector Development to 2030 and toward 2045, the background report "Main crop development in Viet Nam: Situation and orientation" is conducted to assess the current development situation, achievements, and limitations of the sector in the period of 2010-2020, as well as analyze the new opportunities and challenges for the sector toward 2030. The results are the basis for building orientations and solutions for the Crop Sector Development Strategy to 2030 and orientation toward 2045

This report was conducted and printed under the technical support of the KSTA project, and the financial support of the Japan Poverty Reduction Fund entrusted through ADB.

The full text of the report can be downloaded here