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Being equitable is not always fair An assessment of PFES implementation in Dien Bien, Vietnam.
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Le Ngoc Dung, Lasse Loft, Januarti Sinarra Tjajadi, Pham Thu Thuy and Grace Y. Wong. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Working Paper 205, 2016.

Abstract: This study was carried out in Dien Bien province, Vietnam in order to assess local perceptions of equity and to understand how equity was interpreted during the implementation stage of PFES. We examined the process of distribution of PFES benefits (and the costs and risks), the knowledge and level of participation of local people and their perspectives on the principles of equity, in an effort to understand the interlinkages between these factors. Our research question asked how local communities conceptualized equity in this process of PFES benefit-sharing and what influenced their different conceptions of equity or fairness with regard to the effects on PFES outcomes. Our paper is organized as follows. Background information about the forestry sector in Vietnam and PFES is presented in Section 2, followed by the methodology used in this research in Section 3. Section 4 presents the findings on how equity dimension is embedded in PFES implementation in Dien Bien province and the local perceptions of equity. A discussion of the results is in Section 5 and our conclusions are in Section 6.

 

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