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Ms. Tran Thi Hoa

  Educational Background: Graduated from Hanoi Foreign Teachers University, 1986. Postgraduate Diploma in Rural Policy and Project Planning, ISS, the Netherlands, 2001

Work experience: 4 years as manager of international relationships, Vietnam Research Institute for Education and Training
3 years Regional FAO manager of reforestation programme, covering Laos, Thailand, Myanmar, Bhutan and Vietnam
5 years vice-director of Towards Ethnic Women, 6 years director of CIRUM
18 years in ethnic minority forest and land rights and community development; trainer in gender and household economic management; facilitator in establishing customary law based forest management and protection, community based organisations, and networking at village level for lobbying and advocacy

Interests: Long-term forest land use rights and sustainable forest management for ethnic minorities

Present position in organisation: Network facilitation group coordinator, Director of CIRUM, Coordinator of Livelihood Sovereignty Alliance (LISO)

Mr. Nguyen Van Su

  Educational Background: Degree in Agricultural Irrigation from Construction University, Sophia, Bulgaria

Present position in organisation: Field research and services programme coordinator; Vice-Director of CIRUM

Working experience: Previously with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s (MARD) strategic unit, the National Institute of Agricultural Planning and Projection (NIAPP).
Many years as team leader on research projects, national and international resettlement projects, bio-diversity and environmental protection projects and rural development projects at provincial and district level, funded by a variety of donors for example EU, GEF, FAO, UNDP and INGOs.
Working with Arem, Ede, Bana, Jarai, Rơ Ngao, Xơ Đăng, H're, K'Tu, Vân Kiều, Pa Cô, Mã Liềng, Khùa, Ma Coong, Sách, Sinh Mun, Mông, ZDao, Tày, Nùng, Khơ Me, Thái, Lào ethnic minorities since 1985 in Central Highlands, Central Viet Nam,  Northern and Western provinces of Viet Nam; Laos and Campuchia.
Interests: Equal rights for all people in Vietnam, sustainable forest management by communities


Mr. Phan Dinh Nha
Educational Background: Graduated from Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, with major in Rural Engineering and MS. in Rural Development. 

Present position in organization:  Reasearch and Lobby/Advocacy Manager 

Working experiences: Reseacher/Project Manager at National Institue of Agriculture Planning and Projection, MARD; Project Coordinator of Vietnam Union of Scientific and Technolgical Associations (VUSTA); Expert at Research, analysis, and Lobby/Advocacy at LISO.

Mr Pham Van Dung  
Educational Background: Degree in Justice Law, Hanoi University of Law; MA in Anthropology, University of Waikato.

Present position in organisation: Officer of Media and foreign relation.

Work experience: community development, writing project proposal, project monitoring, evaluation and report; gender, savings and micro credit; research on cultural identity and customary law; advocacy for land and forest rights for ethnic minority communities; cross-border responsible agribusiness; value chain of agricultural products.

Interests:  Interaction between customary laws of ethnic minorities and statutory laws.

Mr. Nguyen Ba Tham
  Educational Background: Degree in rural development and extension, University of Agriculture, Hanoi

Present position in organisation: Project manager, Media

Work experience: Community development; Project management; Filming and Edit film

Interests: Working with ethnic minorities in remote areas; participatory video

Mr. Bui Tien Dung
  Educational Background: Graduated from Vietnam National University of Forestry. Bachelor degree in rural forestry; Graduated from Hanoi National University. Master degree in evironment for sustainable development.

Present position in organisation: LandNet programme manager 

Work experience: Design and planning of nurseries; organic farming;   sustainable farming model management , Forest and land allocation.

Interests: Training and research skills

Ms. Pham Bich Thuy
  Educational Background: Degree in General law

Present position in organisation: Accounts officer (parttime)

Work experience: Administration management

Interest:  Helping the young and new staff


Ms. Dinh Thi Ai
  Educational Background: Banking and finance, Finance Institute

Present Position in organization: Accountant

Interests: Development work

Email: dtai@ciru
Mr. Nguyen Van Dung  
  Present Position in organization: Driver, logistic and gardening

Interests: Development work




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