[CCBO-VN003] Share results of research with local government and relevant stakeholders to solicit input into pilot model
On January 6, 2023, the Center for Environment and Community Assets Development (CECAD) held a consultation workshop sharing research results with local government and relevant stakeholders to gather their opinions for the pilot solid waste management (SWM) model.
During the workshop, CECAD consultants presented the research results to local authorities and stakeholders, and collect their opinions and feedback. These opinions and feedback will be included in the pilot SWM model developed in Output 2 of the Project (Design a Community-led SWM model).
The participants of the workshop include:
- Representative of the Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Phu Quoc city;
- Representatives of the Public Works Management Board, Phu Quoc city, Ganh Dau commune and An Thoi ward;
- Representative of Phu Quoc City Women’s Union;
- Representative of the Youth Union of Phu Quoc city;
- Representative of An Thoi Ward People’s Committee;
- Representative of Ganh Dau Commune People’s Committee;Representative leaders of hamlets/groups in Ganh Dau commune and An Thoi
- Representatives of Ganh Dau commune participated in the Waste Analysis and Characterization Study (WACS);
Program Officer “Clean City, Blue Ocean” (CCBO).
The contents shared in the workshop include: Results on Waste Analysis and Characterization Study (WACS); Research results on SWM policies and government enforcement in Phu Quoc; Results of the market study on organics, recyclables, and low-value plastics on the island or on the mainland to identify value chain gaps.
In addition, within the framework of the workshop, participants also took part in group discussions on the following contents: suggestions for the pilot model; Necessary equipment and human resource for the model; Time and route for waste collection; Coordination between Community-led waste management team and the Public Works Management Board.
CECAD has recorded the opinions and contributions of the two discussion groups and will consider including the pilot SWM model developed in Phase 2 of the Project.