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36 Participants from 17 Countries Joined The Training about Sustainable Palm Oil Cultivation and Capacity Building



Special doc./36 participants from 17 countries joined the training about sustainable palm oil cultivation and capacity building in Bogor from 22 June to 2 July 2024.
36 Participants from 17 Countries Joined The Training about Sustainable Palm Oil Cultivation and Capacity Building

InfoSAWIT, BOGOR – City of Bogor became the host for 36 participants from from 17 like-minded countries to gather and join the training about palm oil cultivation and capacity building in smallholders’ agriculture – base. The event would be the collaboration among Ministry of External Affairs Indonesian Republic, Institut Pertanian Bogor, and Lembaga Dana Kerja Sama Pembangunan Internasional, Monday (24/6/2024).

The training would be from on 22 June to 2 July and the platform for the participants from Argentina to Thailand. It would be the place for them to share experiences in best practices for palm oil commodity.

According to General Director of American – European Ministry of External Affairs Indonesian Republic, Umar Hadi, the exchange would be crucial to confim palm oil sustainability in the global scale trade.

The participants were from many different backgrounds, such as, researchers, decision makers, business, and diplomate. They are hoped to get deeper insight about cross commodities – people’s agriculture that would be very significant to the sustainability for smallholders.

Vice Director of IPB University in Research, Innovation, and Agro-maritime People’s Development, Prof. Ernan Rustiadi emphasized that IPB has actively reinforced stakeholders locally and contributed to sustainability in palm oil sector. “It is hoped the training would also reinforce the cooperation with the global south countries by having collaboration, research, and education,” Prof Ernan said, as InfoSAWIT quoted from Antara, Tuesday (25/6/2024).

In the future, Umar Hadi said, it would depend on how to confirm the smallholders’ welfare in agriculture – sectors. This would be crucial to realize the goals of the world that should be free from poverty and hunger, as same as written in sustainable development goals.

It means, the training would be not only about learning process but also the real thing to support sustainable agriculture in the global scale. The collaboration with many countries would be significant modal to face the future challenges in palm oil sectors. (T2)


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