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Lao, Census of agriculture 2010/2011

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    The Lao People's Democratic Republic is one of Southeast Asia's smallest countries, with a population of 7 2 million in 2021 and a land area of 236 800 km², about two thirds of which are mountainous Despite some urbanization in recent decades, the country remains predominantly rural, with 67 percent of Lao People's Democratic Republic inhabitants residing in rural areas in 2015 down from 73 percent ten years before Agriculture's Gross Domestic Product ( share fell from 29 percent in 2010 to 16 percent in 2021 although it continues to be a large contributor to the economy, accounting for 35 8 percent of all employment in the country in 2017 The Government of the Lao People's Democratic Republic recognizes that strengthening agriculture is critical towards poverty alleviation and outlines this approach in its agriculture development strategy to 2025 and its vision to 2030 with the objectives of guaranteeing food security while also establishing a more efficient and competitive agriculture sector To achieve this goal, updated baseline data, including data from an agriculture census, are required The two agricultural censuses completed in 1999 and 2011 are the only sources of reliable and complete agricultural data The censuses were then carried out in conformity with the international World Programme for the Census of Agriculture ( principles established by FAO Since the last agriculture census, staff mobility, transfer, promotion, and retirement have resulted in a loss of technical expertise.

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