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Southeast Asia’s largest biosphere reserve

With an area of 1.3 million hectares, Western Nghe shares 440 kilometers of its boundary with neighboring Laos. The biosphere reserve contains three important protected areas; Pu Mat National Park, Pu Huong Nature Reserve and Pu Hoat Nature Reserve – home to several threatened, rare and endemic species. Western Nghe An also has many ethnic groups residing within, such as the Thai, Mong, Tay Poong and Kho Mu.

1,000 million
bamboo trees

Nghệ An has a total forest land area of 972,910 hectares. Of which, production forest is 501,635 hectares, protection forest is 302,068 hectares, special-use forest is 169,207 hectares. With a total reserve of about 50 million cubic meters, over 1,000 million of bamboo trees are a significant source of raw materials for forestry exploitation and the development of forest-based industries.


Opportunity for Communers to participate in community driven ecological conservation and restoration projects in Nghe An Mountains region.
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