The Project's key objective is to strengthen Vietnam’s supply chains targeting the Electrical & Electronics manufacturing sectors with key interventions through the following two main components:
1. Upgrading suppliers and enabling adoption of digital transformation (DT):
Building on the success of the pilot Supplier Development Program, the project will continue to support the MOIT and its subordinating agencies – Vietnam Industry Agency and Industrial Development Center – in supplier development with a focus on the E&E sector, including advanced supplier upgrading to climb value chains and undergo DT to improve efficiency.
2. Developing e-waste policies and regulations to support E&E supply chain sustainability:
The project will provide technical support the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) in formulating a regulatory framework and establishing standards for e-waste management, including draft e-waste related Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) provisions of a Decree guiding the 2020 Environment Law and secondary legislation detailing regulations related to e-waste. The Project will also support MONRE and the EPR office to implement the e-waste regulations, through Public Private Dialogues that provide private sector policy feedback to the government in this area.
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