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AsiaDHRRA trains farmer leaders on community organizing, project and knowledge management

Tacloban City, Philippines – AsiaDHRRA, in partnership with PhilDHRRA and PAKISAMA, conducted a training-workshop with a theme: Basic Orientation on Community Organizing an Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation from 31 January to 2 February 2015.
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AsiaDHRRA organizes MTCP 2’s learning exchange forum on seeds

8 December 2014, Quezon City, Philippines – AsiaDHRRA organized a forum, entitled: “Harvesting Experiences, Challenges and Opportunities on Seeds in Asia and the Pacific: A Learning Exchange Forum” on 5-7 December 2014 at Brentwood Suits, Quezon City, Philippines.   It was participated in by FO representatives from South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Pacific Islands who belong to the MTCP2 cooperation among farmers’ organizations. Continue Reading →

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Vietdhrra hosts exchange visit of Philippine Agri Teachers

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CAEV-Vietdhrra hosted an an exchange visit by teachers and professors from the Nueva Vizcaya State University of the Philippines where they learned how CAEV-Vietdhrra utilizes participatory approach in promoting agricultural extension services and gender-responsive activities in the rural communities of Vietnam.

 

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Asiadhrra participates in international agri seminar on FO participation

Asiadhrra was invited to present on  the involvement of farmers’ organizations in public programs during the International Agricultural Seminar entitled “How to Better Involve Farmers’ Organizations in Agricultural Public Programs? “ held on November 28th-29th2012, at the Auditorium International,  International Trade Union House Boulevard du Roi Albert II, No. 5 / 2 B-1210 Brussels.  The event was organized by Collectif Stratégies Alimentaires (CSA).

Ms. Marlene Ramirez, Asiadhrra Secretary-General  presented the highlights of the Knowledge Management Learning Session that was recently co-organized together with AFA, CSA, and FNN.

Asia participation was also through Mr. Dinh Nguyen of the Vietnam Farmers’ Union (VNFU) and Mr. Cesar Belangel of PAKISAMA, a national farmers’ federation in the Philippines.

Download the PPT (right click, “save link as…”): Supporting Inclusive Planning of country projects financed by (GAFSP) – Asiadhrra presentation

Download the Seminar Program

Visit CSA website..

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Asiadhrra participates in the 4th Farmers Forum

IFAD 4th Farmers ForumMs. Marlene Ramirez, representing the Asiadhrra network, joined the Fourth Meeting of the Farmers Forum (FAFO)  held on Feburary 20-21, 2012 at the IFAD Headquarters in Rome, Italy.

The Farmers’ Forum “is an on-going, bottom-up process of consultation and dialogue between small farmers’ and rural producers’ organizations (FOs), IFAD and governments, focused on agricultural and rural development and poverty reduction. The Forum is rooted in concrete partnerships and collaborations at the country and regional levels. The Farmers’ Forum was born in 2005 and it meets every two years for a global consultation, in conjunction with the Governing Council of IFAD.

The Fourth Farmers’ Forum highlighted the importance of the participation of the youth in agriculture by  “inviting young farmers and representatives of rural youth movements [to the meeting]…..to share experiences and views of young rural people from different regions and to contribute to the formulation of successful policies and programmes.

More info on the Fourth Farmers’ Forum here….

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GIZ Seminar: The Future of Smallholder Farming in Agribusiness – June 2011

Click to download the training program and registration formOur friends at GIZ Thailand sent out this invite for a regional training they will conduct on June 21-25, 2011 in Krabi, Thailand dubbed “The Future of Smallholder Farming in Agribusiness“.

Agriculture must produce more from less, and do so in an environmentally sustainable, efficient and socially just manner. The GIZ partnership farming approach provides a holistic and long-term sustainable solution, through investment in farm system management, capacitybuilding, production modernization and strengthened linkages between production and market demand.

This four-day event offers a unique opportunity to those seeking to improve the performance of their organizations in promoting and assisting in the development of smallholder farming. Participants will gain insight from experienced GIZ experts from across South and Southeast Asia and will benefit from avaluable exchange of experiences through the joint resolution of participants’ unique challenges.

Click to download the program and registration form….

For more information and registration, please visit their website: www.thai-german-cooperation.info/giz_trainings_agribusiness.html

 

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