UNWomen – Thao Hoang – Friday, 22 November 2019
When Tran Thi My Linh, a 51-year-old rural woman first said that she would replace her rice fields with lotus fields, she raised many eyebrows. In the little commune of Hoa Dong in Phu Yen province, just south of Viet Nam’s capital, Ha Noi, villagers had planted rice for generations. However, with the changing weather patterns in recent years, millions of people have been affected in Phu Yen and in rural Viet Nam in general and people have started looking for new livelihoods.
Tran Thi My Linh, 51-year-old. Photo: UN Women/Thao Hoang
Tiếp tục đọc “Strengthen women’s livelihoods and participation for greater resilience to disasters and climate change in Viet Nam”