Organization information


Add: Pacific Place, 83B Ly Thuong Kiet, 14th Floor

Tel: +84-4-3946-1428

Fax: +84-4-3946-1417

E: Ford-Hanoi@fordfound.org

W: www.fordfound.org

Key contact person(s): Mr. David Hulse, Representative

 

General information of the project and program which have ESD related activities:

CLICK HERE for details of ESD projects funded by The Ford Foundation

 

1.

Name: Discovery and re-discovery of the Muong Culture through Education in Tu Ne Commune, Tan Lac District, Hoa Binh Province

Goals and objectives:

  • Provide school teachers with student-centered learning approach.
  • Raise cross-generational community-based self-awareness through stories sharing about the Muong culture values, such as family values, environmental values, life and death and how these values have changed over time.
  • Help students learn how to draw using local materials, and to use the camera and recorder.
  • Help teachers and students develop spatial and logical concepts
  • To build confidence for the local students /teachers.
  • To provide teachers and students with different methods to collect data/stories, which will later be shared with other oganizations.

Donor(s) The Ford Foundation


2.

Name: To develop new graduate-level programs linking natural resource management and poverty alleviation with Hanoi Agricultural University and Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry

Goals and objectives:

The Asia Institute of Technology (AIT) staff will work together with faculty from HAU and HUAF to identify the natural resources research and training issues in the highlands areas of Central and Northern Vietnam in order to conceptualize the subject matter and direction for a new graduate program in integrated natural resources management that would be offered at both Vietnamese universities. The masters degree curricula will be jointly prepared by AIT, HAU and HUAF faculty, and a detailed program will be developed that outlines activities for the first three to five years of the new graduate program.  An important feature of the program will be the collaborative sharing of research, policy dialogue, and publications.  As part of the research process, one faculty member each for HAU and HUAF would develop a doctoral dissertation on a selected issue at AIT.

Donor(s) The Ford Foundation


 

3.

Name: For preparation of a participatory regulatory process to facilitate development of community-based eco-tourism activities within a national park located in a high poverty area in Central Vietnam

Goals and objectives:

This grant supports Fauna & Flora International’s Vietnam Program to develop a consultative and participatory regulatory process, based on clear and simple criteria and guidelines, to facilitate the development of community-based eco-tourism activities within the World Heritage Site at Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh Province, Central Vietnam

Donor(s) The Ford Foundation


 

4.

Name: To conduct a leadership institute on Creative Responses to Global Climate Change

Goals and objectives:

This grant supports George Washington University’s Program for International Studies (PISA) to set up a Leadership Institute on “Creative Responses to Global Climate Change” for a select group of public servants, business leaders, influential members of civil society organizations, and journalists in Vietnam

Donor(s) The Ford Foundation


 

5.

Name: To organize a conference that addresses corporate and public responsibility around the issue of climate change in Vietnam

Goals and objectives:

This grant to The International Center will cover the organizing costs for a conference that addresses the corporate and public responsibility around the issue of climate change

Donor(s) The Ford Foundation

 

 

 

 


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