31/06/2011: The report provides an overview of the most prominent climate change and disaster management policies and strategies enacted or under development in Vietnam. It is published by the Climate Change Working Group (CCWG) together with the Disaster Management Working Group to inform a joint advocacy strategy.
Among the general findings are "lack of emphasis on vulnerable people: There is a number of barriers to engaging vulnerable people such as remoteness, language, gender roles.... These barriers are insufficiently addressed". Findings for each policy is presented; for instance on the National Strategy for Natural Disaster Prevention: Insufficient integration of disaster management into Social Economic Development Plans or climate change programs"; and on the National REDD+ programme: "Land use rights for ethnic minorities are lacking. These groups don't have a certificate of ownership. This could hinder the implementation of REDD+"
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