works of art, photos on breeding on display | Society
Hanoi (VNA) – Over 120 works of art and breeding photos are on display at an exhibition hosted both online and in person by the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum and the Li-chan project.
The theme of the exhibition is cattle breeding in Vietnam through the eyes of artists and farmers. The in-person event takes place in Mai Son District in Northern Son La Province until November 12.
Comprised of three sections, the exhibition takes place at a time when the country’s livestock sector and livestock households are hit hard by African swine fever and the COVID-19 pandemic.
It aims to raise public awareness of the role of livestock in improving livelihoods and to support farmers towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Sabine Douxchamps, coordinator of Li-chan project and the national representative of the Alliance of Bioversity and CIAT in Vietnam, said it was one of the first such exhibitions in Vietnam.
At the event, farmers expressed their perspective on the role of animal husbandry and the importance of animal husbandry, animal health care and animal husbandry and feed processing through exhibited works of art and photos using photovoice.
Livestock contributes 30 percent of the economic value of the agricultural sector in Vietnam.
The Li-chan project offers livestock-focused interventions for equitable livelihoods and an improved environment in northwest Vietnam. It is implemented by the partners of the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock. /.