‘Community-based Sustainable Aquaculture in Tam Giang Lagoon Communes’ 
- 9 October, 2019
Funded by the Interchurch Organisation International Cooperation (ICCO), from November 2014 to December 2015, the Center for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) carried out the project “Community-based sustainable aquaculture production in Phu Da, Phu Thuan, Phu Xuan Communes, Tam Giang Lagoon” through the “shrimp-crab-siganus” intercropping model and stable market linkage. This project was designed as the first phase of a larger development strategy including two stages where the model is expected to be replicated across Tam Giang Lagoon. Through this project, ICCO also supported CSSH to pilot the model of a CSSH’s social enterprise in the upcoming time.
The independent evaluation was undertaken to provide a systemic and objective assessment of (1) project objectives and outcomes, (2) results, impacts and levels of achievement of expected results, and (3) relationships between CSSH and other stakeholders. The three main evaluation objectives were determined upon criteria of efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability, and stakeholder analysis.