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International Cooperation Center of Aquaculture and Fisheries Sustainability (ICAFIS) is a center under Vietnam Fisheries Association. The center was established by Decision No. 16/QD-HNC dated 07.03.2010 of the Vietnamese Fisheries Chairman. ICAFIS has been collaborating with OXFAM to implement the regional project “Gender Transformative & Responsible Agribusiness Investments in South East Asia (GRAISEA) in Vietnam; The overall goal of the project is that women economic empowerment and benefits to small scale producers are enhanced through promotion and application of CSR framework/practices by multi stakeholders and through demonstrated adoption of responsible and inclusive practices in shrimp value chain in Vietnam. The expected outcomes of the regional project are: Shrimp value chain actors (small scale producers/groups, collectors/self-employed traders, processors/exporters) and communities (disaggregated by gender) increase income, share decision making and division of labour and benefits in households and value chain using GALS methodology. Specifically, the project’s objectives are follows: (i) Improvement of women economic leadership though capacity development, making their voices heard and risk reduction (ii) Development of a socially, environmentally and economic responsible and inclusive shrimp value chain (iii) Community groups including women are empowered, involved and benefited in the responsible shrimp aquaculture practices including Good Aquaculture Practices/GAPs to minimize social and environmental impacts to the surrounding communities. Under this regional project, ICAFIS is responsible for a project pilot in Soc Trang province. The project aims to empower women in shrimp value chain in Soc Trang by enhancing their income and decision making through CRS andresponsible shrimp aquaculture practices (ASC, VietGAP, SAIP - ASEAN, particularly PSIA/GALS. In order to have a baseline data for the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) process in the GRAISEA project in Vietnam and to contribute to the Regional Program in the South East Asia region (SEA). ICAFIS had selected Southern Center of Agriculture Policy and Strategy (SCAP) to conduct a baseline study on “Shrimp value chain with gender intergration in My Xuyen District, Soc Trang province”. Findings from the study are shared to related stakeholders in shrimp value chain in Soc Trang province, as well as, helping to design reasonable interventions suitable to reality situation of existing shrimp value chain.
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Shrimp value chain of Soc Trang province

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