Ha Noi 25 January 2013 - Less access to fertile land for cultivation is one of the main reasons for persistent poverty among ethnic minority households. This issue, as well as how to ensure equitable and stable access of ethnic minority communities to land and issues around the revision of the Land Law, was discussed by high-level policy makers and other stakeholders at a policy forum in Ha Noi on 25 January 2013.
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