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Results of Collaboration for Social Inclusion in the Trung Son Hydro Power Project, Vietnam

The Trung Son Hydropower Project (TSHP) was designed with a strong gender action plan for the implementation of its large livelihood, minority, and resettlement program. While the plan and overall aim were considered very good practice, external evaluators found that the actual attention to ensuring men and women were benefitting equally was not being provided as planned during the early stages of implementation. 

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World Bank. 2017. Results of Collaboration for Social Inclusion in the Trung Son Hydro Power Project, Vietnam. EAP Gender. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/903511496219887678/Results-of-collaboration-for-social-inclusion-in-the-Trung-Son-Hydro-Power-Project-Vietnam

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