Good adaptation to climate change has helped local residents in flood-prone areas in Vietnam
stablise their lives, said foreign experts to the second Global
Conference on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change (AFC), which
is taking place in Hanoi.
More than 100 participating delegates from various countries made a field trip to Nho Quan district, northern Ninh Binh province, where a string of climate change adaption models are being applied.
A model on farming fish on rice fields and the other on building biogas tanks using poultry wastes are good experiences to share with others, according to Chief Director of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Maurice Tanco Abisa-Seidu of Ghana.
The trip was part of the agenda of the second AFC, which is jointly held by Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Holland’s Ministry for Economics, Agriculture and Innovation, FAO and the WB. It drew the participation of over 500 delegates around the world.-VNA