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|ECHO Asia Conferences and Workshops|
Dates: March 3-5, 2015 with an optional field trip on March 6th.
Location: Medan, Indonesia. Participants will stay at the Pantai Cermin Theme Park. Morning sessions will be held at this hotel and the afternoon sessions will be hosted at the Yayasan Abdi Satya demonstration farm.
This event is geared towards agriculture and community development workers, extension agents, and those wanting to learn more about sustainable agriculture practices for Indonesia and Malaysia. Morning sessions will be held at the hotel and afternoons will be dedicated to hands-on learning at a small farm center.
The cost is $180 per person (shared room) or $270 (single room), and includes: 3 night's accommodation at the hotel, conference fees, breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 3 days, transportation to the farm center, and coffee breaks.
Acara ini ditujukan untuk para pekerja pertanian dan pengembangan masyarakat, pekerja LSM, badan pelaksana program, dan bagi mereka yang ingin mempelajari lebih lanjut mengenai praktek-praktek pertanian berkesinambungan di Indonesia dan Malaysia. Sesi pagi hari akan diadakan di hotel dan sesi sore akan dikhususkan untuk proses pembelajaran melalui praktek lapangan di sebuah kebun kecil.
Biayaperorangan sebesar $180 USD/Rp 2,150,000 (berbagi kamar) atau $270/Rp 3,240,000 (kamar single), yang sudah termasuk: akomodasi 3 malam di hotel, biaya lokakarya, sarapan, makan siang dan malam selama 3 hari, transportasi ke lapangan, dan coffee break. Juga akan ada hari bebas (optional) untuk jalan-jalan, dimana biaya tambahan akan dikenakan.
Dates: May 12-14, 2015.
Location: The Aloha House and Natural Farm of Peurto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines.
Be sure to mark your calenders for this upcoming food production workshop! Participants will spend several days learning from the Aloha Farm operations and topics will range from aquaculture to indigenous microorganisms. There will be an optional post-conference tour (at additional cost) to the Underground River and new Aloha Ranch. Keep posted on ECHOcommunity.org for further information regarding final dates and registration details!
Dates: October 6-9, 2015.
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The 5th Biennial ECHO Asia Agriculture and Community Development Conference will be happening from October 6-9, 2015 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The theme for this conference will be “Equipping Workers.” ECHO Asia is looking forward to bringing together a wide and diverse assemblage of NGO workers, agriculture missionaries, development agents, farmers, and organizations from across Asia for a time of mutual learning and encouragement that will bring forth an abundance of practical applications. Mark your calendars now and keep posted on ECHOcommunity.org!
Dates: November 11-14, 2015.
Location: Manila, Philippines.
In November of 2015, the First International Symposium on Moringa will be held in Malina, Philippines. The event will take place from November 11-14, 2015. The overall goal of this meeting is to bring together junior and senior scientists from the international community for a four-day symposium to share new knowledge and information on Moringa, the multi-purpose tree, and to promote the sustainability of its production, processing, utilization, marketing and trade as well as consumption for health and vitality, industry profitability and competitiveness in the context of globalization. The program includes invited speakers, poster sessions, student/fellow presentations, interactive discussion sessions, and free time for information interaction with colleagues.
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