(VAN) The Vietnam Sustainable Agriculture Transformation Project (VnSAT) is considered the most successful international co-operation model in agriculture in Vietnam.
(VAN) Based on the success of the VnSAT Project, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the World Bank plan to launch a project on low-carbon agriculture and green growth.
(VAN) Many farmers have come to realize that the only way to increase profits and enrich themselves from the paddies is to reduce production costs.
(VAN) The VnSAT project clearly shows results after the training and awareness enforcement process, helping farmers increase the value of rice.
(VAN) In 2021, Management Board for Agriculture Projects managed well the ongoing projects, planned 3 projects for the year 2022 and proposed other news projects.
(VAN) Thousands of hectares of Vietnam's old coffee crops have been replanted thanks to VnSAT initiative, with the output reaching 2.8 tons per ha, compared to the global average of 1.8 tons per ha.
(VAN) VnSAT Central Management Board assumed that it is necessary to replicate and spread throughout the effectiveness of the VnSAT project, finishing up operations in June 2022.
(VAN) Apart from the achieved results, the Vietnam Sustainable Agriculture Transformation Project (VnSAT) has still faced many obstacles that need to be removed to make the program perfect.
(VAN) Without the assistance of the VnSAT project loan fund, many families find it difficult to spend a pile on coffee replanting.
(VAN) With positive results during the past time, the Vietnam Sustainable Agriculture Transformation Project (VnSAT) has developed a project on speciality coffee in five Central Highlands provinces.