Hanoi, 14/2/2014 – The meeting on “Review on the Scalability and extended profits of projects granted by Vietnam Challenge Fund VCF” held on February 14th 2014 at Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel by the Department for International Development (DFID) in corporation with consultant team Vietsurvey Research and Analysis.
In this workshop, the VIETSURVEY team presents the key findings regardingfour out of seven business models granted by VCF which are Micro fertilizer for Cassava in Quang Tri, Semi-washed coffee in Dak Lak, Mushroom production in Yen Bai, and Shan Tea in Ha Giang. DFID and VIETSURVEY experts jointly hosted discussion on the scalability assessment and determinants to this variable. The evaluation team received great attention from the floor including development partners such as IFAD, ADB, WB; enterprises who are covered and yet covered by the Challenge Funds. The workshop has retrieved fruitful discussion and comments to the final report of evaluation.
The workshop attracted around 90 audiences from international development partnership as ADB, CIDA, UNDP, WB, IFAD, Lotus Impact, government agencies including MARD, MPI, businesses who run or interest in VCF granted projects as well as VCF and VBCF staffs. It also gains great attention of mass media like Vietnam Investment Review, Vietnam Financial Times, Dan Tri and VTC10, and social workers who are seeking for innovative ways of supporting the sustainable entrepreneurship development in Vietnam.
Mr. Jim Carpy, DFID Country Head delivering welcome remarks at the workshop
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