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Agro-Ecology - an Understanding and Practicing with the Indigenous Ethnic Minority Community in Mekong Countries (07/11/2019)
Agro-ecology is a short name which combined Cultivation and Ecology in one term “Agro-ecology”. agro-ecology supports the value of Community Wellbeing over that of Community Production.
 
Ecological Livelihood Understanding (01/11/2019)
Livelihood is mode of subsistence. Ecosystem functions as a home in which all living things co-exist, including human beings. Ecological livelihood constitutes a fundamental foundation that reflects the cultural behavioral norms of humans in equal and harmonious relationship with other living things in an ecosystem. 
 
17 Articles provided by SPERI and LISO included in the 2014 New Forest Law  (30/10/2019)
LISO stands for TEW-CHESH-CIRD-SPERI-CODE-CENDI and CIRUM alliance members who are engaging over the last three decades of concentrating on the Indigenous People’s Wisdom in Biodiversity Enrichment and Ecological Cultural Livelihood Sovereignty which based on Community Economy. Given the its effort, LISO has successfully lobbied the inclusion of 17 Articles in the New Forest Law No.16/2017/QH14 of the Vietnamese Government
 
Cao Quang Agro-Forestry and Ecological Service Cooperative  (21/05/2019)
The precursor was a group of 9 key farmers in Tan Tien and Vinh Xuan villages of Cao Quang commune under the support of the Project: "Strengthening the capacity of small-scale farmers through the agro-forestry in Cao Quang commune, Tuyen Hoa district, Quang Binh province”. The project has been facilitated by CENDI/SPERI with the financial support of SODI. 
 
Closing ceremony and signing MOU on Development Cooperation between Luang Prabang PAFO and CHESH  (08/05/2019)
On April 22, 2019, the Luang Prabang PAFO in collaboration with CHESH Lao Program / CHESH Vietnam held a ceremony to review the research and development cooperation activities for the period 2016-2018 and renew MOU. Participating in the ceremony were 45 delegates representing communities located in the Phousung and Kuangsi watershed areas, Provincial and District People's Committees and functional departments of Muong Na, Xieng Nguen and Luang Prabang districts.
 
E-mapping of the livelihood sovereignty of Thapene community in Luang Prabang, Laos (24/04/2017)
In addition to a set of paper maps and community regulations for forestland management that are recognized by Luang Prabang authorities and functional departments, SPERI / CHESH Lao also implemented an e-mapping system. This aims to assist the forest land tenure and natural resources governance processes in the post-forest land allocation more transparent and effective.
 
Certified appreciation of the Rainforestation Farming to the native eco-products of Long Lan  (25/03/2017)
Certifying the native eco-products of Long Lan community which is rooted from Rainforestation Farming is an inspiration to individuals, collectives and communities who have been willing to listen to the sound and thoughts of nature, feel and empathize with the joys and sorrows of nature, they have been able to acquire knowledge and wealth which will help them peacefully coexist with the natural world and modern society.
 
Initiative of enriching tropical forest by native species and local knowledge (20/12/2016)
Following up the achievements of forest and land allocation, in so far, SPERI and CENDI – members of LISO have continuously facilitated MECO-ECOTRA and YIELD to implement initiatives on ecological farming practices on the allocated forest and land. One of the primary elements in this ecological farming is to adopt an urgent action to enrich the sustainability of the forest ecosystems.
 
Initiative of enriching tropical forest by native species and local knowledge (09/12/2016)
Following up the achievements of forest and land allocation, in so far, SPERI and CENDI – members of LISO have continuously facilitated MECO-ECOTRA and YIELD to implement initiatives on ecological farming practices on the allocated forest and land. One of the primary elements in this ecological farming is to adopt an urgent action to enrich the sustainability of the forest ecosystems.
 
Legitimation of the livelihood sovereignty of Lao Loum and Khmu in Khokmanh village, Luang Prabang, Laos (07/12/2016)
Since 2014, Luang Prabang District and Provincial People’s Committees, Luang Prabang PAFO and DAFO P with suppervision of the CHESH Lao / SPERI have jointly implemented the cooperation and development program on research and support in securing livelihood sovereignty and sustainable co-management of natural resources of different indigenous groups in the Kuang Si watershed in accordance to their knowledge, customary laws in integration with the formal policies.
 
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