Corpus ID: 155223680

"Local Non-Government Organizations in Vietnam: Development, Civil Society and State-society Relations"

@inproceedings{Hannah2003LocalNO,
  title={"Local Non-Government Organizations in Vietnam: Development, Civil Society and State-society Relations"},
  author={Joe Hannah},
  year={2003}
}
  • Joe Hannah
  • Published 2003
  • Political Science
  • I. Background Persistent poverty is evident to the traveler in Vietnam. In the midst of the bustling cities or the productive farmlands, the many faces of poverty are a constant reminder that the dream of development has yet to be realized. Although government reform efforts (known as đổi mới ) have caused the GDP to rise, the gap between rich and poor continues to grow. Economic development is uneven and new social inequities are forming. And yet the Vietnamese are persistently optimistic… CONTINUE READING
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