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1 Capacity building WP4: Stakeholders have increased capacity to implement options related to trade and technologies By R.J. Holmer and S.A. de Lima AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center East and Southeast Asia

2 Outline  Activities 2012  Overview of AVRDC International Vegetable Training Course (IVTC)  Way forward 2013 – 2014

3 Summary of AVRDC activities  Establishment and coordination of the network (Work Package 1) – The project planning and inception workshop in Bogor from March 2012  Development of a portfolio of best practices for agricultural technologies (Work Package 2) – AVRDC’s recommended technologies and some of our partners were submitted – Sharing of tools and other information

4 Summary of AVRDC activities  Innovative knowledge sharing (Work Package 4) – In-country and regional trainings were discussed and prioritized – Building networks and expanding the contact database for the regional and in country trainings in Southeast Asia were done through  the ASEAN-AVRDC Regional Network on Vegetable Research and Development (AARNET)  the participants and alumni of AVRDC’s International Vegetable Training Course (IVTC),  AVRDC’s website and Facebook site  AVRDC’s newsletter “FRESH”

5 International Vegetable Training Course (IVTC)  31 years of capacity building  689 total trained participants from Africa, South Asia, Central Asia, East and Southeast Asia, Latin America, Pacific  546 or 79% from East and Southeast Asia

6 International Vegetable Training Course (IVTC) Objectives:  Aimed at enhancing the technical, scientific, and managerial skills to contribute to sustainable development through increased production and consumption of health promoting vegetables.  Emphasized on advanced and sustainable vegetable production and postharvest technologies, farmers’ education, marketing and human health and nutrition. Vegetables: From Seed to Table and Beyond

7 International Vegetable Training Course (IVTC) Modules  Module 1: From Seed to Harvest  Module 2: From Harvest to Table  Module 3: Vegetables for Sustainable Development

8 Module 1: From Seed to Harvest Topics  Germplasm Conservation, Seed Health and Seedling Management  Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)  Vegetable Breeding  Integrated Disease Management  Integrated Pest Management  Farmer Field School

9 Module 2: From Harvest to Table Topics  Good Agricultural and Manufacturing Practices  Vegetable Postharvest technologies  Vegetables, Human Nutrition and Health  Linking vegetable producers with consumers  Farmer Field School

10 Module 3: Vegetables for Sustainable Development Topics  Sustainable development issues, approaches to development and development communication  Environment and natural resources  Proposal writing, monitoring and evaluation  Development Action Planning

11 Delivery Approaches

12 Way forward: Residential training  32 nd IVTC  SATNET partner countries  72 participants from these countries for 1 module – 36 participants for 2013 ( 12 participants/module) – 36 participants for 2014

13 In-country training  At least 120 people trained in 4 countries of Southeast Asia days) – Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Indonesia  Technologies / Topics to be included in the training will be tailored to the needs of the country

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