Publications in LAOS


No roads. No stable income. No telecommunications network. No electricity. Sounds like a place from far away times, but this is everyday reality for the inhabitants of Kabong village located in Khammouan province of Laos. UNDP is partnering with the
MAG
4/27/2016

Did you know Laos is the most heavily bombed country in the world per capita? Come to our Visitor Information Centres in Phonsavanh and Vientiane to meet MAG staff and find out more.

A Tribute to the Oldest Acacia Tree in Southeast Asia for Mother Earth Day 2017. Right next to the UNDP Country Office in Vientiane, Lao PDR.

MMG Ltd has agreed the sale of its 90% interest in Lane Xang Minerals (LXML), which owns the Sepon mine in Lao PDR, to Chifeng Jilong Gold Mining Co Ltd (Chifeng), for $275 million. Sepon’s current copper operation has a projected mine life to aroun
World Bank
6/5/2018

Uncovering Policy Guidance from International Agreements on Transport
Penn State/Flickr Creative Commons The international community has adopted numerous instruments to shape the future of transport worldwide, ranging from legal agreements and conventions to declarations, resolutions, and programmes of action. These i
World Bank
3/28/2018

In the infrastructure domain, “price” is a prism with many façades.   An infrastructure economist sees price in graphic terms: the coordinates of a point where demand and supply curves intersect.   For governments, price relates to budget

Urban Farmer Curtis Stone talks about his three most profitable microgreens. Curtis has other videos on his microgreen operation in Canada, his soil mix, greenhouse construction, etc. The second video demonstrates growing microgreens outdoors under
World Bank
12/11/2017

Lao PDR’s transition on the path to Universal Health Coverage
A mother brings her baby to Mitthaphap Hospital for a checkup. Photo: World Bank Lao PDR On this Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day, it is striking to us, working in Lao PDR’s health sector, of the progress the country has made on its journey towar

Vientiane s Climate Cycling - Clean Air and Climate Action
YouTube
5/30/2013

UXO clearance remains too inefficientLaos is spending significant amounts of money to clear unexploded ordnance (UXO), but the operations are not highly effective, the National Regulatory Author...From:Vientiane TimesViews:0 0ratingsTime:02:31More i



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