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Socioeconomic baseline case study: Nghia Trung Village, Bu Dang District, Binh Phuoc Province, Vietnam
The SANREM CRSP "Agroforestry and Sustainable Vegetable Production in Southeast Asia Watersheds" or SANREM TMPEGS project is developing sustainable agroforestry-based vegetable production systems for steeply-sloping hillsides in Southeast Asia to alleviate poverty and food scarcity and reduce environmental degradation. By combining economically viable and resource conserving technologies with gender friendly socio-economic policies, economically viable and ecologically sound integrated vegetable-agro forestry systems are being developed to increase farm production and income, thus generating a reliable supply of products for markets and increasing local food security. The project is implemented by a consortium of international and national organizations under the coordination of North Carolina A&T State University.