Programs in Khmu & Hmong Language

Hmong Language

Wildlife conservation

Wildlife is important to all families in Huaphan Province as their food, building equipment, fire wood, traditional medicine and income depends on it. The forest supplies good soil and water supply. If wildlife vanishes, it will be difficult finding food and make an extra income. The wildlife conservation officers face problems due to illegal trade of wood and wild animals. Now,  village forests are managed for sustainable use by villagers and officers alike.

Co-management of National Protected Area

Villagers and officers in the Huaphan Province need the NPA because most of their food, water and agriculture depends on it. They have a sustained income from collecting and selling mushrooms from the forest.

People often use upland hills for agriculture but extending agricultural land inside an NPA poses problems as deforestation affects villagers' livelihood. Co-management provides benefits such as increased income from ecotourism, and an   increase in non-timer forest products.


Khmu Language

Wildlife conservation

Wildlife is important to all families in Huaphan Province as their food, building equipment, fire wood, traditional medicine and income depends on it. The forest supplies good soil and water supply. If wildlife vanishes, it will be difficult finding food and make an extra income. The wildlife conservation officers face problems due to illegal trade of wood and wild animals. Now,  village forests are managed for sustainable use by villagers and officers alike.

Co-management of National Protected Area

Villagers and officers in the Huaphan Province need the NPA because most of their food, water and agriculture depends on it. They have a sustained income from collecting and selling mushrooms from the forest.

People often use upland hills for agriculture but extending agricultural land inside an NPA poses problems as deforestation affects villagers' livelihood. Co-management provides benefits such as increased income from ecotourism, and an   increase in non-timer forest products.


 

NEWS

Second Survey on Environmental Awareness in Laos

As a follow-up to the 2012 KAP survey, ProCEEd launched a post-KAP in November 2016. It will compare results from 2012 with the ones from 2016. More...

Comic Book and Illustrations on Wildlife Conservation

ProCEEd published a comic book and a series of illustrations on wildlife conservation used on the 2016 Environmental Tour. More...

Training on Provincial Environmental Radio Programs

ProCEEd trained journalists from radio stations in Khammouane and Houaphan on environmental radio program productions. More...



ENVIRONMENTAL FILMS



You can now watch 12 professionally produced documentary films broadcast on LNTV in 2017. Three or four episodes of 15 minutes each make up for a mini-series that focuses on a specific topic, e.g. wildlife or forest protection. More films supported by ProCEEd and other GIZ projects are shown as well.

ENVIRONMENTAL RADIO



You can listen in to selected radio programs produced by LNR Khammouane in Thakek and Boualapha as well as by LNR Huaphan in Sam Neua and Houameuang. Some of them have even been translated into Khmu and Hmong language. Three 15-min episodes make up for a mini-series that focuses on a specific topic.

ENVIRONMENTAL TOURS



At the provincial and district level, Environmental Tours with entertaining environmental education activities regularly tour four provinces and Vientiane Capital. A bus and a truck using solar-powered equipment facilitate film, theatre and local learning and discussion initiatives. Don’t miss the tour!