Voices from the frontline of the climate crisis.
Podcast series the Descendants of Hai Ba Trung
October 19, 2022
UNDP Viet Nam is producing its first-ever podcast ‘Descendants of Hai Ba Trung’ or ‘Hậu duệ Hai Bà Trưng’, showcasing voices from the frontline of the climate crisis. Each episode showcases the journey of women from all backgrounds sharing their experiences in mobilizing their communities and taking action in the field of agriculture, disaster risk reduction, circular economy etc; to adapt and mitigate climate change.
We encourage you to share this inspiring podcast with your network and join hands with us in ensuring that women’s voices are not ‘left behind’ but rather heard at all levels.
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/76iu2aL1mgVa9ADuEfjIh6, or
Google podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9iYzU4NzQxYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw
Ep 4 - The quiet guardians of Can Gio forest
Cần Giờ forest, with 34,000 hectares, equivalent to about 16% of the total area of Ho Chi Minh City, is being protected by 32 households, mostly following in the footsteps of their parents.
They are the second generation in protecting the mangrove forest in Cần Giờ, nurturing the green lungs and vitality of Ho Chi Minh City. And here, it is also the first biosphere reserve in Vietnam.
Let's follow the footsteps of a couple who have been living in the forest for several decades, and experience life with them to understand the difficulties and challenges of working in the old forest!
Ep 3 - Ms Trinh Thi Hong - a grassroots innovator who turns food waste into cleaning products
Trinh Thi Hong is a former factory worker and manager of a garment company. For weeks when her neighborhood stunk of piled up trash, Hong dived into it, experimented with organic waste and managed to convert organic waste into cleaning products and mobilize her neighborhood to do it with her, in so doing providing jobs for 400 women.
Ep 2 - Ms Chau Thi Xeo - the asparagus pioneer of the Cham ethnic minority
Since 2016, the pioneer woman has been making waves for being the first person in her commune to grow asparagus and come up with a unique growth system for it on semi-desert sandy soil in Ninh Thuan province in southern central Vietnam.
Ep 1 - Dr Ngo Anh Dao - Professor Mangroves
Professor Mangroves is the nickname of Dr. Ngo Anh Dao, a landscape planner and the mastermind behind a vegetated embankment that is made up of three tiers mangroves, local grass, and casuarina trees. Her creative green initiative has for many years been sheltering the people in Triem Tay village and Cam Kim commune who live by the Thu Bồn River, allowing them to keep their land from disappearing due to erosion caused by the annual storms and flooding that have become a ubiquitous feature of life in Central Vietnam.
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