Promote Public - Private Partnership to develop sustainable potato growing areas (02/10/2020)

On the morning of September 29, 2020, PepsiCo Foods Viet Nam cooperated with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) of Dak Lak province...

Promoting Regional Public-Private Cooperation and Partnership and Gender Mainstreaming in Crop Sector of ASEAN (02/10/2020)

On September 30, 2020, the Regional Workshop on Promoting Public-Private Cooperation and Partnership, and Gender Mainstreaming in Crop Sector of ASEAN was organized to discuss and identify areas where cooperation between public and private sectors such as through PPP and gender mainstreaming could be promoted and implemented.

Promote Public - Private Partnerships supporting farmers in coping with Covid-19 and saltwater intrusion (22/09/2020)

On the morning of September 22 in Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai, the National Agricultural Extension Center cooperated with related partners to organize a Project kick-off workshop ”Supporting smallholder farmers to cope with the dual crisis of Covid-19 pandemic and saline intrusion in the Mekong Delta and Southeast regions". The event was attended by leaders of the National Center for Agricultural Extension, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Dong Nai Province, International Cooperation Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture in Vietnam (PSAV), Bayer Viet Nam, Grow Asia, leaders and representatives of the agricultural extension system and farmers in 7 provinces of the Mekong Delta and Southeast regions, as well as related partners.

Law on PPP 2020: 5 groups of investment areas applied PPP mode (17/08/2020)

Law on PPP investment 2020 was approved by the National Assembly, creating the highest legal corridor to attract investment in essential infrastructure sector under PPP method. The Law on PPP investment takes effect from 01 Jan. 2021.

Grow Asia is officially recognized as an ASEAN Associated Entity (13/08/2020)

As of August 2020, Grow Asia is recognized as an Associated Entity of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), making Grow Asia the first World Economic Forum-initiated platform to achieve this status. The accreditation recognizes the important role Grow Asia plays in the region, particularly in facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable agriculture development. The accreditation allows Grow Asia to formally submit statements, recommendations and views on policy matters or regional issues to the ASEAN Secretariat.

Virtual Meeting: Grow Asia Forum 2020 (13/08/2020)

Asia Growth Forum 2020 (GAF) was recently held online on August 13, 2020 to discuss and propose solutions to outstanding problems in sustainable agricultural development in the region. ASEAN, especially in the context of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, has created an unprecedented global impulse.

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Legal documents

Number Date issued Description Download
BT-PSAV-Q1-Q2-2020-EN 30/06/2020

PSAV Newsletter 1st+2nd Quarter 2020

BT-PSAV-Q4-2019-EN 02/12/2019

PSAV Newsletter 4th Quarter 2019

BT-PSAV-Q3-2019-EN 01/10/2019

PSAV Newsletter 3rd Quarter 2019

BT-PSAV-Q2-2019-EN 30/07/2019

PSAV Newsletter 2nd Quarter 2019

BT-PSAV-Q1-2019-EN 01/04/2019

PSAV Newsletter 1st Quarter 2019

BT-PSAV-Q4-2018-EN 30/12/2018

PSAV Newsletter 4th Quarter 2018

Number Date issued Description Download
2020/51174514/31225294 07/04/2020

Guidance On Health Certificates by the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey

732/QD-BNN-TT 10/03/2020

Decision amending and supplementing the Plan to restructure crop production replacing rice-farming land in the 2019-2020 period (2nd time)

14/2017/TT-BNNPTNT 05/07/2017

Guidance On Public Private Partnership For Investment In Agriculture And Rural Areas

30/2015/NĐ-CP 17/03/2015

Guidelines For Some Articles On Investor Selection Of The Law On Bidding

15/2015/NĐ-CP 14/02/2015

The Decree on Public - Private Partnership Investment Form

67/2014/QH13 24/11/2014

Law on Investment

Number Date issued Description Download
Smallholder AgriTech Business Models 14/08/2020

Smallholder AgriTech Business Models: High-potential models emerging in Southeast Asia

ASEAN Action Plan on Fall Armyworm (FAW) 14/08/2020

ASEAN Action Plan on Fall Armyworm (FAW)

A REGIONAL APPROACH TO MANAGING FAW & IMPROVING IPM

PSAV Brochure 2020 01/08/2020

Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture in Viet Nam Brochure 2020 

CropLife Asia on COVID-19 Learnings 28/05/2020

CropLife Asia on COVID-19 Learnings

 

T1-2020 01/01/2020

LIST OF THE PROJECTS CALLING FOR INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN VIETNAM, PERIOD 2020 - 2025

BC-24-09-2019-EN 28/10/2019

Meeting minutes Livestock Outlook and PPP dialogue and Introduction of the PPP Task force on Livestock

Number Date issued Description Download
PSAV-General-Meeting-2019 17/05/2019

PSAV  General Meeting 2019

PSAV-PPP-Task-Force-Leaders-Meeting 20/02/2019

PSAV PPP Task Force Leaders’ Meeting

PSAV-Semi-annual-General-Meeting-2018 16/08/2018

PSAV Semi annual General Meeting 2018

PSAV-General-Meeting-2017 09/01/2018

PSAV General Meeting 2017

PPP-in-High-Technology-Agriculture 09/03/2017

The Dialogue on PPP in High Technology Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges.

PSAV-General-Meeting-2016 30/11/2016

PSAV General Meeting 2016

PSAV was established in 2010 under the "New Vision for Agriculture 2020" approach to the 20-20-20 objective, which is 20% increase in productivity, 20% reduction in poverty, and 20% reduction in emissions. PSAV focuses on linking actors in the agricultural sector to share experiences and collaborate on the value chain development of key agricultural commodities in Vietnam in the form of Public Private Partnership (PPP). Up to date, PSAV has eight PPP Task Forces (TF), including Coffee, Tea, Vegetables and Fruits, Fisheries, Rice, Spices and Pepper, Livestocks, Agro-Chemicals, which are formed and operated with the participation of 70 organizations, including government agencies, companies, industry associations, research institutes, international and non-governmental organizations.

 

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