Presentation on theme: "Pillars 1 & 2: Objectives and Activities Pillar 1: Food security and self-sufficiency O1: Food and nutrition security has improved in upland districts."— Presentation transcript:
Pillars 1 & 2: Objectives and Activities Pillar 1: Food security and self-sufficiency O1: Food and nutrition security has improved in upland districts O2: PLUP-PALM is being applied to stabilize land use in uplands O3: Opium production is being reduced annuallyA1: Value chain gap analysisA2: Strengthen FO for food & nutrition securityA3: PLUP-PALM in priority watershedsA4: Intensify farming systemsA5: Promote CAA6: Promote SALD Pillar 2: Commercial agriculture, markets, and marketing O1: FO strengthenedO2: GAP improves competitivenessO3: Niche products are certified O4: TSCs & FOs are used for technology transferO5: Agricultural micro-credit is available for FOsA1: Application of ASEAN GAP A2: Technology transfer to DAFO/TSCs at focal development centers A3: Promote Lao Coffee StrategyA4: Eliminate agricultural product monopsoniesA5: Certification of managed livestock farmsA6: Strengthening of FOs A7: FO operate as savings and loan units and cooperativesA8: Strengthen agribusiness associations A9: Prepare commodity production and marketing strategies
Pillars 3 & 4: Objectives and Activities Pillar 4: Rural upland infrastructure O1: Improved infrastructure supports agriculture modernization and market access O2: Market access roads and cross-border infrastructure are upgraded O3: Upgraded irrigation systems support increased productivity in upland agriculture O4: Improved water supply systems enhance upland quality of life A1: Survey and prioritize rural infrastructure needs in priority upland districts: A2: Design of priority rural infrastructure unitsA3: Construction of rural upland infrastructure A4: Design, test, and implement community-based infrastructure maintenance program Pillar 3: Conservation and sustainable use of natural resources O1: Watershed management is integrated and participatory O2: Land cultivation stabilized through resource- based planning O3: Watersheds function to provide water for hydropowerO4: Carbon stocks are conserved Climate change risk mitigation/adaptation measures adopted by FOs A1: Implement climate change risk mitigation /adaptation measures A2: Participatory community-based resource and land use planning is used for integrated watershed management and stabilized cultivation A3: FOs organized into ecosystem associations to manage watersheds using ISP A4: FOs conserve carbon stocks
Pillar 5: Objectives and Activities Pillar 5: Human resources, institutional development, and public services delivery: Individual and group capacity development O1: Individual and group capacity have been developed related to: gender, youth, improved nutrition, rule of law, poverty, ethnicity, and culture O2: Institutional structures and processes have been developed related to: governance, rule of law, global and regional trade, technology innovation, local values, and administrative effectiveness A1: HRD needs assessment A2: Implementation of the strategy for reform in the agriculture and forestry colleges towards 2020 A3: Agricultural modernization programs for capacity development of upland youth and young farmers A4: On-farm and off-farm occupational and technical skills development; focus on upland women and youth A5: Nutrition-linked upland livelihood development trainingA6: Agroforestry extension for upland farmers A7: Gender mainstreaming in upland community development programs Pillar 5: Human resources and institutional development and public services delivery: Institutional structures and processes A1: Establish a baseline database consistent with the MAF PROMISE System, for conditions in priority upland districts against which the output and impact indicators of the UDS Action Plan can be measured for progress, results, and return on investments A2: Improve government management of upland contract farming A3: Strengthen planning and budgeting capacities of organizations to PBA and public expenditure management linked to PBA A4: Improve delivery of public sector rural and agricultural development services A5: Decentralize, modernize, and improve delivery of government services (sam sang) in upland districts A6: Training and accreditation of DAFO personnel for institutional development and modernization
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