Vietnam is ranked 16th among the Earth's most biodiverse countries and is one of the ten richest canters of biodiversity in the world. However, extensive deforestation and forest degradation have led to a severe decline in biodiversity. The drastic decline of national forest cover exacerbated by intensive wildlife poaching and trading has brought over 300 wildlife species to the risk of extinction. Consequently, conservation has become a priority action on the national agenda since the late 1980s. In support of this, an extensive network of protected areas (PAs) has been established and is operational nationwide, with 164 terrestrial PAs, and five marine PAs declared by 2014. |
The project "Mainstreaming Natural Resource Management and Biodiversity Conservation Objectives into Socio-Economic Development Planning and Management of Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam" (BR Project) aims to address the multiple threats mentioned above by harmonizing socio-economic development, sustainable management of natural resources, and biodiversity conservation through an integrated landscape/ seascape approach in the planning and management of Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam.
The overall objective of this assignment is to restore 2,000 ha of the defined degraded forests in Tay Nghe An Biosphere Reserve through silvicultural measures following guidelines under Circular No. 29/2018/TT-BNNPTNT dated 16 Nov. 2018.
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Tran Thi Hong
Head of Procurement Unit