Vietnam Red Cross (VNRC) was founded in 1946 and it is a member of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies working mainly in emergency relief, disaster preparedness, community based social and health activities and blood donation.
Spanish Red Cross (SRC) has been present in Viet Nam since 2002 supporting VNRC (its only local partner) in several programs such as organizational capacity building, emergency response, disaster preparedness/management, vocational training and micro-credit.
SNV – Netherlands Development Organisation is looking for Consulting services for capacity building on forest carbon stock enhancement and forest dendrology for Ke Go Nature Reserve, Ha Tinh province. Please refer to the ToR for further information.
Interested consultants or consulting firms should submit their application, including latest CV, budget of activities and proposal of activities by email to Nguyen Thi Hong Hanh at HNguyenThiHong@snvworld.org. Deadline of submission is 17:00, Thursday February 20th, 2014
The Sustainable Rural Development for the Poor Project in Quang Binh province (SRDP Quang Binh) is financed by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and operating in 6 districts Le Thuy, Quang Ninh, Bo Trach, Quang Trach, Tuyen Hoa and Minh Hoa of Quang Binh province, central region of Vietnam. The Project commences from 1st January 2014 to 31st December 2018. In order to start the initial activities the Project has to implement the Component 1, with sub-component 2: Improvement of market development capacity in which one of activities is to study potentially viable pro-poor value chains opportunities in 40 communes of 6 districts.
Management Sciences for Health/TB Care project (MSH/TBCARE) Vietnam Office is currently looking for 01 (one) highly qualified consultant position - Senior Public Health, TB or Laboratory Consultant (up to 6-month-duration, until 29th August 2014)
Please find attached the Scope of Work for the position. Should eligible parties be interested, do not hesitate to contact us by sending email to email@example.com with subject line "Application for Senior Public Health, TB or Laboratory Consultant” or Fax: 04 3945 4563 or contact us at Tel: 04 3945 4561/62 (ext. 203) for more information
Consultant supports “Issue of Vietnam National Standard (TCVN): dioxin limit in environment and in waste water and air emission from industrial sectors”
The Project of “Environmental Remediation of Dioxin Contaminated Hotspots in Viet Nam” sponsored by GEF/UNDP is to minimise disruption on ecosystem and health risks for peoples from environmental releases of dioxin contaminated hotspots (Herein after referred to as Dioxin Project). Objective of the Project is "To minimize disruption of ecosystem and health risks for people from environmental releases of TCDD contaminated hotspots”. The three main outcomes as bellows:
Church World Service (CWS) is an American NGO, which began its work in Vietnam in 1954. Since then, CWS Vietnam has supported Vietnam continuously with projects primarily focusing on improving health services, access to water and sanitation, nutrition for children, education for ethnic minorities and disaster relief.
With the support of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV), and the Vietnam Administration of Forestry (VNFOREST) are implementing the Forestry/REDD+ project entitled “Advancing Understanding of Natural Forest Carbon Stock Enhancement as part of REDD+”, ENRICH in short, over a period of 3 years, from 2012 – 2014. This project aims to advance the understanding of forest carbon stock enhancement as part of any future REDD+ Agreement through exploring the technical and economic feasibility of different forest carbon stock enhancement strategies in pilot sites in Vietnam.
‘Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation and the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest carbon stocks in developing countries’ (REDD+) as a national programme cannot become operational on the ground without some level of subnational planning. Indeed, it could be argued that programmatic REDD+ is primarily a means to incentivise better land and forest use planning for sustainably productive landscapes. Such planning processes will require some form of analysis of what drives deforestation and forest degradation, and what constrains more extensive and effective sustainable management of forests and forest carbon stock conservation and enhancement (the ‘plus activities’ of REDD+).