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Tuesday - 22/05/2018 20:52
V5PFES software which running in the environment of MapInfo (above version 10.5) aims to support for Forest Protection and Development Fund in the provincial level as well as the national level to manage data and development of the PFES Map following the Circular No. 22 issued by Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Picture from V5PFES software
Picture from V5PFES software
Current version 3.2
New features:
  • Update FRMS 3.0 data processing for Normalizing Data function
  • Add function exporting the missing information plots while normalizing data
  • Debug software
Version 3.0
New features:
  • Improvement in the function of converting from Shapefile to Tab
  • Automating updated the special difficult communes following Decision No.582/QD-TTg issued by Prime Minister
  • Debug software
Some features of V5PFES software:
  1. Standardize the data from forest changing
  2. Develop the PFES Map
  3. Query the data in Forms 12 and 13 of Circular 22
  4. Managing the database for PFES
  5. Instructions for manual software, Video channel  for  instructing software modules, consulting satellite image processing for reviewing the forest status

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Previous version
      3.0 (May, 2018)
      2.0 (April, 2018)
      1.0 (March, 2018)


Author: Nguyen Van Thi

Source: Institute for Forest Ecology and Environment

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List of implementing projects in 2017:
1. Supporting Di Linh Forestry and Bao Lam Forestry Company Limited (SFFC) to meet international standards for SFM in accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) funded by FAOVN

2. Review, adjust the Plan for forest protection, restoration and sustainable development of the Central Highlands up to 2025 with orientation to 2030 funded by VNFOREST

3. Co-operation between UNEP and IFEE in undertaking the work contributing to the development of a knowledge package on the use of spatial analysis supporting REDD+ planning at the sub-national level
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