Livelihood improvement project in the buffer zone of Tram Chim National Park. Since 1995, the project has targeted low-income families. Start with technical training related to agriculture, aquaculture, livestock production, small business, handicrafts and local services. Follow up with small loans from 50-100 USD to implement the application of the gained knowledge. Under various funding sources from the British and Danish Embassies in Vietnam, VHI, VNHELP organizations and Australian individuals. Currently, the project is being continuously supported by MCF.