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Action Plan (from 20 June to 30 October 2012) Name: Mr. Nguyen The Yen Organization: Science and International Cooperation Department, Vietnamese Academy.

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1 Action Plan (from 20 June to 30 October 2012) Name: Mr. Nguyen The Yen Organization: Science and International Cooperation Department, Vietnamese Academy of Agricultural Science (VAAS)/MARD Vietnam Work responsibilities: Scientific management/Lecturer Title of Project: Capacity building on GAP/VietVAP guideline based on GLOBAL GAP and ASEAN GAP Objective: To get the technical/researcher staff (institutes member) have knowledge about GAP guideline and also can use this knowledge in to their own work.

2 Expected Outputs Progress indicators ActivitiesTimetabl e/Durati on Inputs/ Resources BudgetResponsibl e Person/s 21 VAAS trainers have knowledg e about GAP Directors nominated staff 3 staff (from 7 institutes member) have been trained. - Prepare/ submit proposal for the Institutes - TOT training on GAP June 2012 Document/ Classroom Per diem and transportat ion VAAS/Ins titute: 2562$ Mr. Yen and staffs of institutes member 90 farmers have knowledg e about GAP and can apply (From In the North, Red rever Delta and Central region) - Poster has been design by 3 set (1set = 40pages in color) 3 of region of farmers cooperative has been determined (1 in the North 1 in RRD and 1 in central) 3 Trainings have been organizing in 3 determined region (30 farmers/ region/province) - Prepare poster and some document - Choose the locations of farmer cooperatives -Trainers (from TOT training) conduct GAP training to farmers (3 region) 5-20 July July Aug-15 Oct 2012 Computer Poster printing snack Office car/ Institutes staff document, noterbook, pen.... VAAS/Ins titute/Pro v.: 1710$ Mr. Yen and staffs of ins. member Dept of Agriculture Provincial staff that has been TOT Result and report 3 region has been followed up - Monitoring and follow up Oct 2012 Per diem and transportat ion Office car/ computer 189$Mr. Yen and staffs of ins.member staff that have been TOT Project Period: From 20 June to 30 Oct 2012

3 Budget estimate Per diem for staff of member institutions (3 persons/institute x 7 institutes) 3night x 15$ x 21persons = 945$ 4days x 10$ x 21 persons = 840$ Transportation 21 persons x 20$ = 420$ Material for TOT training 21bage x 10$ = 210$ Document copy, 21Per x 6$= 126$ Note book, 21books x 0.5$ = 10.5$ Pen, 24pen x 0.5$= 10.5$ Poster design, 3set x 90page x 5$ = 1350$ Snack for farmers, 30p/class x 3 region x 2$/per x 2 time = 360$ Per diem for follow up the work 3 per x 21$ x 3 days = 189$ Grand total = 4461$ Funding sources: from the training and transfer of 7 member institutions

4 Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute (FAVRI) Northern Central Agricultural Science Institute (NOCASI) Field Crops Research Institute (FCRI) Agricultural Environment Research Institute (AERI) Department of Science &International Cooperation Soil and Fertilizer Research Institute (SFRI) Plant Protection Institute (PPI) Northern Central Agricultural Science Institute (ASINCV)

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6 SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENTS Functional Department (5) Department of Personnel, Administration & Construction Department of Science & International Cooperation Department of Post Graduate Training Department of Information Department of Finance Member Institutions (18) Field Crops Research Institute (FCRI) Maize Research Institute (MRI) Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute (FAVRI) Agricultural Genetics Institute (AGI) Plant Protection Institute (PPI) Soil and Fertilizer Research Institute (SFRI) Northern Mountainous Agricultural & Forestry Science Institute (NOMAFSI) Northern Central Agricultural Science Institute (NOCASI) Agricultural Environment Research Institute (AERI) Plant Resources Center (PRC) Southern Coastal Central Agricultural Science Institute (ASISOV) Western Agricultural and Forestry Science Institute (WASI) Institute of Agriculture for the South (IAS) Southern Fruits Research Institute (SOFRI) Cuu Long Rice Research Institute (CCRRI) Vietnam Sericulture Research Center (VietSeri) Center for Technology Transfer & Agr.Extension (CETDAE) STRUCTURE Sugar and Sugarcane Research Institute PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENTS Functional Department (5) Department of Personnel, Administration & Construction Department of Science & International Cooperation Department of Post Graduate Training Department of Information Department of Finance Member Institutions (18) Field Crops Research Institute (FCRI) Maize Research Institute (MRI) Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute (FAVRI) Agricultural Genetics Institute (AGI) Plant Protection Institute (PPI) Soil and Fertilizer Research Institute (SFRI) Northern Mountainous Agricultural & Forestry Science Institute (NOMAFSI) Northern Central Agricultural Science Institute (NOCASI) Agricultural Environment Research Institute (AERI) Plant Resources Center (PRC) Southern Coastal Central Agricultural Science Institute (ASISOV) Western Agricultural and Forestry Science Institute (WASI) PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENTS Functional Department (5) Department of Personnel, Administration & Construction Department of Science & International Cooperation Department of Post Graduate Training Department of Information Department of Finance Member Institutions (18) Field Crops Research Institute (FCRI) Maize Research Institute (MRI) Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute (FAVRI) Agricultural Genetics Institute (AGI) Plant Protection Institute (PPI) Soil and Fertilizer Research Institute (SFRI) Northern Mountainous Agricultural & Forestry Science Institute (NOMAFSI) Northern Central Agricultural Science Institute (NOCASI) Agricultural Environment Research Institute (AERI) Plant Resources Center (PRC) Southern Coastal Central Agricultural Science Institute (ASISOV) Western Agricultural and Forestry Science Institute (WASI) PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENTS Functional Department (5) Department of Personnel, Administration & Construction Department of Science & International Cooperation Department of Post Graduate Training Department of Information Department of Finance Member Institutions (18) Field Crops Research Institute (FCRI) Maize Research Institute (MRI) Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute (FAVRI) Agricultural Genetics Institute (AGI) Plant Protection Institute (PPI) Soil and Fertilizer Research Institute (SFRI) Northern Mountainous Agricultural & Forestry Science Institute (NOMAFSI) Northern Central Agricultural Science Institute (NOCASI) Agricultural Environment Research Institute (AERI) Plant Resources Center (PRC) Southern Coastal Central Agricultural Science Institute (ASISOV) Western Agricultural and Forestry Science Institute (WASI)

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8 33 11 Providing comprehensive vision, strategic direction and oversight of R&D programs 22 Conducting basic and applied research and technology transfer Post-graduate and human resource training RESPONSIBILITY Bèo chuyển gen

9  Farming systems  Integrated cultivation technology  Rural development  Technology transfer  Post-graduate and human resources training  International cooperation  Plant, animal and micro-organism genetic resource conservation  Plant and animal breeding  Biotechnology  Soils and plant nutrition  Animal nutrition  Plant protection  Agro environment  Agrarian systems TASKS Implementing scientific research and technology transfer in the following areas:

10 Path way to food security and sustainable development Cassava starch residue Growth trial Rwuanda President visit VAAS/FAVRI

11 Cut-surface of soil layer Test ELISA VAAS ACTIVITIES

12 InternationalCooperation - To VAAS members: As coordinator & supporter to maintain, promote and strengthern up int’l cooperation - To uper levels authorities: As helper to manage and evaluate implementing int’l activities of VAAS members in right maners - To NGOs, IOs and others: As supporter & consultant to identify appropriate priorities met requirements/ needs/ priorities of VN government, conditions; Also, identify & provide appropriate human resources/ facilities to co-carry out projects ROLES

13 FAO Russia Cuba Benin Brazil USA Japan CanadaChina Israel Laos Thailand Philippines Indonesia Sweden India CIMMYT IFPRI CIP Germany UNDP AVRDC FFTC IRRI ICRISAT ILRI IPGRI CIRAD Norway Holland Korea Australia ICRAF ADB WB Iraq Austria France INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION NETWORK: 21 countries, 24 organiations Denmark Mozambique (IIAM)

14 Develop basic research approaches that conserve and effectively utilize plant and animal genetic and other agricultural resources. Agro-biotechnology. Selection and development of varieties with high productivity, good quality, high resistance/ tolerance to biotic and abiotic conditions. Implementing Integrated Crop Management (ICM) and Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) to reach maximum productivity and economic effectiveness for each crop or cropping system. This approach is designed to maximize the natural, economic, social potential of each agro-ecological area. Climate change, sustainable agriculture and food safety R & D STRATEGIES

15 Reduce postharvest losses, Effective use of natural resources: soils, water and biodiversity. Develop agro-systems using an integrated socio-economic approach taking into account current household farming production institutions, types of co operations in rural areas, and the policy of agro & rural economic transitional reforms. Enhance S&T research & development for various ecological areas: research on effective use of available agro. land; developing agro, forestry, livestock production with an ecological sensitive agro-approach... R & D STRATEGIES

16 Challenges and Opportunities Objectives for 2012 Strengthen crop intensification, high quality and yield, ensure food safety and food security for local consumption and export; enhance commodities values in line with the restructuring agricultural sector and sustainable development, contributing to protect inflation, macro economic sustainability, ensuring public welfare. Target figures: -GDP in agriuculture: % (2012) - Value in agri-commodities increase: % -Export values: B$ -Forest coverage: 40.8%

17 Proposal for further research collaboration Develop joint research project Capacity building Insect pests and diseases diagnisis and management - Training for academic degree (MSc, PhD, diploma, international and in-country training courses in specific areas Invasive species management Biodiversity: bio-resourse survey, database management, revise collection of arthropods, vertebrate, invertebrate composition, collection of diseases. Knowledge Database and exploitation

18 For stress condition & climate change Testing stress tolerance varieties/ lines against different conditions (drough, heat, salinity). Cultivation practices ( crops rotation, SALT techniques, intercropping system, pest and disease management, nutrien management, etc) Seed sertification and producing at farmer level Extension Manpower training Pilot demonstration fields with farmer participation (IPM, FFS, TOT) Commercial production

19 InternationalCooperation Exchange and collaborate with many countries as well as int’l organization in the world Jointly carry out projects Host and join in many int’l workshop/ conferences Receive many foreign senior delegates for exchanging/ sharing experiences Send staff abroad to study & share experiences/ skills

20 Post-graduate training: Have trained 346 PhD & 627MSc. They have since become some of the most respected professional researchers and administrators Training Short training: Annually, organize numeral of short training course trained local researchers as well as foreigners

21 Thank you for your attention!


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