Viet Nam: Lessons Learned - Year 2004
Here are the main lessons learned from RHIYA Viet Nam in 2004:
Nam is a long narrow country, which lies along the western shore of the
South China Sea. It is a poor, densely populated country that has had
to recover from the ravages of war. Substantial economic progress has
been achieved over the past 10 years. Agriculture remains fundamental
to the Vietnamese economy, employing 73 per cent of the country's labour
force in 1993. However, cultivated land is lost annually as a result of
population pressures, over-farming and urban expansion.
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