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Core skills development for agricultural labor  in the context of digital transformation  in Vietnam


The project aims to assess the current state of core capabilities and skills of mango farmers engaged in export activities within the framework of farm management applying digital technology. The assessment results will be used to develop a plan and a feasible roadmap to enhance traceability and improve food safety in the mango export value chain in Dong Thap and Son La, Vietnam.

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University of New England (UNE)

The University of New England (UNE) is one of the leading universities in Australia, with a long-standing history and reputation in teaching and research. Established in 1938, UNE has been operating independently since 1954, with a team of talented professors and lecturers, many of whom are leading experts in their fields. With over 22,000 students from more than 100 different countries, UNE offers a diverse and enriching learning environment. Notably, 95% of UNE undergraduates secure employment or pursue further studies within a year of graduation. UNE is a key provider of healthcare professionals in Maine, offering the state’s sole medical school and the only dental school in Northern New England, among other health programs.


Vietnam National University of Agriculture (VNUA)

The Vietnam National University of Agriculture is a leading institution in the fields of agriculture, forestry, and fisheries in Northern Vietnam. It is ranked among the top 30 universities in Southeast Asia and is considered a key national university in Vietnam. This university is under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)



ACIAR is the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research. It is a key component of the Australian Government’s Development Assistance Program, aimed at aiding developing countries in poverty reduction and sustainable development. Established in 1982, ACIAR supports collaborative agricultural research between Australian and international institutes to address agricultural challenges in developing nations. With the mission to enhance agricultural productivity and sustainability, ACIAR has been active in Vietnam since 1993, implementing 243 projects over 29 years. In 2022-2023 alone, 25 research-for-development projects were funded with AUD 5 million. Detailed project information can be found in ACIAR’s Annual Operational Plan.

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