From farmers’ perceptions of forest importance to perceived willingness-to-involve REDD+ program: A data from household survey in Nghe An province

Published: 30 April 2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/rsw4hn7mhs.2
Quy Khuc


This research is conducted to obtain information about (1) residents’ perceptions of the importance of forests and the rationale behind their forest trees of choice, (2) how forests contribute as a source of livelihood, (3) potential for households’ engagement in REDD+. This dataset can be useful for research scientists or environmentalists or policymakers who want to keep the public informed about current affairs of forests-based rural livelihood and REDD+ associated with farmers’ participation conditions and devise appropriate forest protection and development policies nationwide.



Phenikaa University


Agricultural Economics, Development Studies, Household Study, Economic Incentives for Environmental Protection