SPERI LIVELIHOOD SOVEREIGNTY MECO-ECOTRA HEPA ECO-FARMING SCHOOL MEKONG DMP
  HOME   Co-governance  Stories
Livelihood Sovereignty
Overview
Co-governance
Customary Law
Religion
Partnership
Structural Poverty and Community Development in Mekong Region Determined by LISO
26/04/2022
 
A rights  based Approach to structural poverty
Six thematic Networking in breaking 1) Being Isolated led 2) Inconfident led 3) No-Ownership


Download for details!
Print Download Bookmark and Share Back
Others
Terms of Reference (ToR) – Political Consultant
CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICS
ALert System
17 Articles provided by SPERI and LISO included in the 2014 New Forest Law
Closing ceremony and signing MOU on Development Cooperation between Luang Prabang PAFO and CHESH
Ceremony of granting forest and land use rights certificate to Ro Ngao ethnic communities in Kon Tum
Thai Ethnic Minority villagers see justice done and take back their land
Affirming the sovereignty of Thai people over the land and forest of Hanh Dich
Transparent forest right for equality of payment of environment services in Si Ma Cai district
30 steps in confirming land and forestland rights for ethnic indigenous groups in Vietnam and Laos

Featured
Release

Civil Society River
- Overview
- Video
- Platform
- Records
- LISO
Livelihood Sovereignty
- Overview
- Co-governance
- Customary Law
- Religion
Worship Nature
- Overview
- Animism
- Sacred forest & land
- Ceremony
Explore
- Mekong
- Vietnam
- Laos
- MECO-ECOTRA Secretariat
Governance
Organization
- History
- Belief
- Vision and mission
- Institution
Human Resource
- Program Coordinators
- Board of Directors
- Scientific Council
- Independent Monitoring
- Founding Board
Theory
- Bio-Human Ecology
- Livelihood & Anthropology
12C Pham Huy Thong Str, Ba Dinh Dist, Hanoi City  *  Tel: +84-(0)4-3771 7367  *  Fax: +84-(0)4-3771 5691  *  Email: speri@speri.org
Copyright © 2019 by SPERI. All rights reserved