Shrimp Value Chain
Sustainable and Equitable Shrimp Production and Value Chain development in Vietnam
Vietnam shrimp production provides livelihoods for over a million of people and improves income for small scale producers accounting for more than 80% of Vietnam shrimp production. However, the booming of shrimp industry, relies on saline water ecology, has been associated with serious environmental and social impacts. The linkage between various shrimp value chain actors has been fragmented and inefficient which negatively affects product quality and traceability which, in turn, decrease the competitiveness of Vietnam shrimp products globally. Limited access to financial resources is also a barrier for small scale producers and SME processors to expand production and comply with the required standards.
The project promotes sustainable economic prosperity and poverty reduction in Vietnam through improving social and environmental impacts of shrimp production and related activities in its value chain. The project facilitates the adoption and implementation of participatory Social Impact Assessment (p-SIA) and Biodiversity Environment Impact Assessment (B-EIA) criteria of Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) standards by shrimp producers and processors; and improves access to finance.
Duration: 3/2016 - 2/2020
Total budget: EUR 2,507,748 (EU Contribution: 80%)
Ms. Do Thuy Ha
Stichting Oxfam Novib
22 Le Dai Hanh str.
Tel: +844 39454448
Stichting Oxfam Novib (Oxfam)
Oxfam is the lead partner and responsible in overall management, capacity building, research and policy advocacy, partnership brokering and cooperation among actors.
International Collaborating Centre for Aquaculture and Fisheries Sustainability (ICAFIS)
ICAFIS implements the majority of project activities at local/provincial level and provides support at national level.
Sustainable and equitable shrimp production and value chain development in Vietnam
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