January 11, 2019

Leadership and Management in Higher Education for Sustainable Development


SEAMEO RETRAC is dedicating its next annual international conference to the topic of “Leadership and Management in Higher Education for Sustainable Development”. The conference will be held on July 24-25, 2014 at the SEAMEO RETRAC premises at 35 Le Thanh Ton in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City.

This year’s conference will focus on a range of critically important issues for sustainable development, addressing the changes, challenges, quality, practices, linkage development in educational leadership and management facing institutions in the 21st century. Also, it looks forward to hosting a common collaborative platform for academicians, professionals to bring in and share new ideas, perspectives, as well as concepts in the 21st century education and training.

We are interested in inviting prospective researchers, educators, practitioners, and participants with a professional interest in educational leadership and management. The Conference is also inviting research papers that analyze and study the aforementioned fields.

Key theme

Leadership and Management in Higher Education for Sustainable Development 
Areas of Focus:

  • The changing face of the 21st century leaders;
  • Institutional autonomy and accountability;
  • Building culture of excellence and achievement;
  • Expectation in learning and teaching;
  • Building linkage between institutions and communities/enterprises


We welcome participation from local, regional and international individuals including:

  • Practitioners
  • Educational leaders
  • Educational administrators/managers
  • University professors,  researchers
  • And others with interest in education and training

Time and Place

SEAMEO Regional Training Center (SEAMEO RETRAC), 35 Le Thanh Ton, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – July 24-25, 2014 (touring/excursion arrangements will be available for the weekend following the conference – details to follow)


Language and Presentation Guidelines

The language of the conference is English – No translation provided. Presenters are asked to take 10 minutes to present their ideas (power points can be used). The organizers envision an interactive conference with presentations followed by questions and answers and discussion of the ideas presented. Papers should not be too theoretical nor too specifically “here’s what we do” but address the practical aspects of leadership and management in higher education with strong focus on sustainable development.


Abstract and Paper Submission

The Organizing Committee is inviting the submission of abstracts (about 250 words) and papers including the brief biographies of the writers/authors by the deadlines indicated below. Content of the paper must be related to the theme and/or sub themes of the conference.


Abstract Submission Guidelines

You are invited to submit the abstract of not more than 250 words electronically to doe@vnseameo.org using MS Word format. The abstract should be proceeded by the title of the paper, the name(s) and institutional affiliations of the author(s). The font should be Times New Roman, in 12pt. The abstract must be submitted by May 1, 2014. The announcement of abstracts that have been accepted for presentation will be within 10 days of receipt and by no later than May 15, 2014.


Paper Submission Guidelines

Papers should include a title, names and affiliations of all authors, and be in MS Word format. A postal address, telephone number and e-mail address of the authors is also required. The paper must be submitted by May 25, 2014 (including references, notes, and tables, if any). The font should be Times New Roman. The text of the paper should be in 12pt font and the length of the paper should not exceed 10 pages. All accepted papers will appear in the proceedings.


Registration and Fee

Please complete the registration form which can be found at here.

The registration fees are as follows (other than Vietnamese citizens):

  • Early Bird registration (Before June 10): USD200
  • Regular registration: USD250

The registration fees for Vietnamese citizens are as follows:

  • Early Bird registration (Before June 10): VND 800,000
  • Regular registration: VND1,000,000

The registration fee is used to cover conference materials, lunches, tea breaks, conference certificates and other conference related direct costs. SEAMEO RETRAC is an international NGO with sponsorship by the Vietnamese Government.


*Note: All chosen presenters are exempt from payment of the conference fee.

Important Deadlines

  • Abstracts and Biographies: May 1
  • Full Paper Submission: May 15
  • Early Bird Registration: June 10
  • Regular Registration: July 14


Dr. Do Thi Hoai Thu (Ms.), Tel: (84-8) 3 8245618 (Ext: 126, 107), Fax: (84-8) 3 8232175
Mr. Dinh Gia Bao, Tel: (84-8) 3 8245618 (Ext: 125, 126), Fax: (84-8) 3 8232175
Email: dththu@vnseameo.org or doe@vnseameo.org

The Conference’s Organizing Committee

Dr. Ho Thanh My Phuong

Director and Chair of the Organizing Committee


More information, please visit:  http://www.vnseameo.org/InternationalConference2014/



DAAD DIES Proposal writing Course in Thailand













On behalf of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) the DIES Proposal Writing Courses Co-ordination Centre at the University of Cologne, together with the Faculty of Economics of Chulalongkorn University are organizing a training course on


Proposal Writing for Research Projects: Practical-oriented trainings for New Researchers


Seminar I   :  June 30th–July 4th 2014 , Chulalongkorn University , Kingdom of  Thailand

Intermediate E-Learning Section: July–September (3 months)

Seminar II : December 15th–19th 2014 , Chulalongkorn University, Kingdom of  Thailand


The aim of the DIES Proposal Writing Course is to train researchers and young PhD holders in developing a promising research proposal for national or international research funding. Researchers from all disciplines can apply for this course. Each group will consist of 30 participants from the region. Because of its multicultural nature, the DIES Proposal Writing Course is also an effective tool for promoting international research and relationships.


Potential participants are researchers and young PhD-holders from Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.

  • Participants must hold a doctoral degree or have equivalent research experience
  • Have an affiliation to an academic institution in the above mentioned countries
  • Possess excellent English language skills, both written and spoken
  • Preferably young researchers up to 40 years of age are welcome to participate

30 participants will be selected according to the quality of their exposé and also based on regional and institutional profiles. Applicants will be given a final decision by the beginning of May 2014.

The costs for this training course will be mainly covered by funds of the DAAD (travel expenses, accommodation and meals, course expenses).

Participants and/or their home institutions are only expected to cover local transportation in their home countries (for example: taxi to airport), visa costs (if applicable), health insurance and possible additional per diems for the stay in South Africa.


Deadline for applications  is  April 30th 2014 , 11:00pm  German time.


For detailed information concerning the application requirements and process please see Call for Applications attached or under



Please find also attached the current flyer and poster.
In case you have any question with regard to the announcement of the Proposal Writing Course, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Daniela Simut-Perent (proposalwriting@verw.uni-koeln.de).


Download attached files :

Poster DIES Proposalwriting 2014

Call DIES Proposalwriting SoutheastAsia

DIES Flyer klein


Wenhui (文 晖) Award for Educational Innovation 2014







Wenhui ( ) Award for Educational Innovation 2014

Innovation in Lifelong Learning: Bridging to the Future


Call for nominations

No one doubts the power of education. Educate mothers, and you empower women and save children’s lives. Educate communities, and you transform societies and grow economies, noted Ms. Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO.


Also, no one will dispute that learning is a lifelong process. Preparing children and young people for life in the 21st century does not stop just because they reach a certain age or are “done” with school. Young and old alike need to learn and adapt when confronted by increasing globalization, changing socio-economic trends and demands, transnational political and environmental realities, and new technologies at any age.


Accordingly, UNESCO’s vision of education underlines a broad perspective to support flexible lifelong and life-wide learning opportunities through multiple pathways, and harnessing the potential of information and communication technology (ICT) to create a new culture of learning as and when appropriate.


The Wenhui (文 晖) Award for Educational Innovation, established by the National Commission of the People’s Republic of China for UNESCO, and coordinated by the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Programme of Educational Innovation for Development (APEID), aims to recognize the contributions of educators and institutions which have optimized the potential of education and the human innovative spirit to address and resolve pressing issues and problems facing our world today.


For 2014, the theme of the Wenhui Award is Innovation in Lifelong Learning: Bridging to the Future in line with UNESCO’s vision of education and the post-2015 education agenda to underscore the importance of learning throughout life for human fulfilment, peace, sustainable development, economic growth, gender equality and responsible global citizenship. The Award will also recognize the potential of ICT to support lifelong learning now and in the future.


Two individuals or institutions from the Asia and Pacific region will be selected by a jury of distinguished educators. The winners will each receive a Certificate of Excellence and prize money of US$ 20,000 at the China Hangzhou International Conference on Educational Innovations. Certificates of Merit may also be awarded to individuals or institutions that have demonstrated commendable innovative practices.


Who is eligible for the Award?

Individuals or institutions in UNESCO Member States in Asia and the Pacific region which have designed and implemented significant educational innovations leading to improved access to, and quality in, education in relation to the theme for 2014 will be eligible for the Award.


More specifically, the Jury will be looking for educational innovations that have:

·    helped to promote and enhance lifelong learning for now and in the future;

·     improved the quality of teaching and learning in enhancing lifelong learning;

·     fostered indigenous wisdom and ingenuity, as well 21st century knowledge and technology, in educational innovations for lifelong learning.


How to apply for the Award?

Applications can be submitted by government agencies, educational institutions, international organizations, non-governmental organizations and individuals in UNESCO Member States in the Asia and Pacific region. All applications should reach the Award Secretariat at UNESCO Bangkok through the National Commissions for UNESCO, UNESCO Offices and other organizations associated with UNESCO, using an official Award Application Form available online at the Award website.More details about the Award, including the list of UNESCO offices and associated institutions, evaluation criteria, application process and conditions of entry, are available at the Award website: http://www.unescobkk.org/education/apeid/wenhuiaward2014.


Important dates

Closing date for nominations                                 30 June 2014

Selection of shortlisted nominations                    Mid-August 2014

Final selection and announcement of winners

SEAMEO Congress 2014

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Dear Sir/ Madam,

The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Secretariat (SEAMEO Secretariat), the British Council and the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST) Thailand will jointly organize the SEAMEO Congress with the theme “Southeast Asia in Transition: Re-Thinking Education, Science and Culture for Regional Integration” on 21-22 October 2014, at the Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.

SEAMEO Congress aims to explore new avenues for managing the diverse changes in education, science and culture and enhance regional understanding and cooperation among educators and different stakeholders in Southeast Asia and beyond.

We would like to invite educators, researchers, scholars, university professors, practitioners, teachers to submit the papers that highlight perspectives from relevant local, national, regional, international or comparative research papers in the following Sub-Themes and Tracks

Sub-Theme 1: Re-shaping Education to Bridge Skills Gap
Sub-Theme 2: Prospects and Possibilities for Enhancing Science and Technology Education
Sub-Theme 3: Cultural Knowledge and Education for Regional Integration and Development

Each sub-theme will cover the following tracks:
Track 1: Policies, Reforms and Innovations
Track 2: Innovative Teaching and Learning Strategies
Track 3: Cooperation, Linkages and Partnerships

We would appreciate it if this announcement could be distributed to your colleagues within your organization or partners under your network. For more information about the SEAMEO Congress and Abstract Submission Guidelines, please visit www.seameocongress.org or view from the following attached documents.

Abstract Submission Guidelines, please click here
SEAMEO Congress Brochure, please click here
SEAMEO Congress Poster, please click here
Thank you very much for your kind support.

Yours sincerely,

Dr Witaya Jeradechakul
Congress Organizing Committee Chair Person,
and Director of SEAMEO Secretariat

Emai: seameocongress@seameo.org web change alert

DIES-Training course Management of Internationalisation 2014-2015






The DIES Training Course Management of Internationalisation (MoI) has been developed qualify university staff (either international office staff or higher education managers responsible for coordinating international activities) from Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia, to manage processes and tasks of internationalisation in the area of higher education. The programme will enable the participants to build up improved and more effective structures of internationalisation at their home universities.

The professional training consists of three workshops and in depth e-learning phases.

After an introduction phase of e-learning the initial contact phase (Internationalisation: Concepts, Systems and Actors and  Soft Skills) with a duration of two weeks will be organised in September 2014 at the University of Hannover, Germany. The regional workshops will take place in March/April 2015 in Mexico, Kenya and India). The final presence phase in spring 2015 in Hannover will focus on Competences and Key-tasks of an International Office (IO) and  Management Skills. In between the contact phases, participants are asked to apply the skills acquired at the home university within individual projects while being accompanied by distance coaches.

Participants’ Profile

  •  At least 3-5 years of experience in the area of Higher Education Management: either as international office staff or higher education managers responsible for coordinating international activities.
  • Preferably not older than 50 years old.
  • Active and excellent English language skills (speaking and writing) are indispensable.
  • Commitment to attend all presence workshops and to develop the individual PALP, fulfilling approx. 2 hours’ workload weekly (e-learning).
  • Minimum technical equipment that guarantees the participation in the e-learning phases: internet connection and, if possible IT support for video conferences.

Participants from universities of the following regions are eligible to apply:

  • Latin America: Mexico, Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama) and the Andean countries (Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru)
  • Africa: Burundi, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda
  • Middle East: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Yemen
  • Asia: Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam

Candidates should send their applications via email to DIES-info@zv.uni-hannover.de (for detailed information please download the files below).

Deadline of application will be  2 May 2014.

The Selection Committee decides on the selection of candidates and meets at the end of May 2014. The applicants will be informed by end of May on the results of the selection meeting.


Download Files:

Announcement MoI 2014-2015

MoI 2014-2015 Application Form


2nd SEAMEO BIOTROP Biodiversity Conservation Photo Competition
















2nd SEAMEO BIOTROP Biodiversity Conservation Photo Competition


SEAM EO BIOTROP believes that conservation of the region’s biodiversity is everyone’s
responsibility. Recognizing the unique and rich biological resources we have and
understanding their real values are critical considerations toward having more meaningful
conservation efforts. Photo documentation is one practical way towards actualizing this
purpose. It is for this reason that SEAMEO BIOTROP is launching this regional biodiversity
conservation photo competition.

This annual competition is among the special initiatives of SEAM EO BIOTROP under its 9th
Five-Year Development Plan (2012-2017). In general, the competition aims to usher greater
public awareness and support to biodiversity conservation efforts in Southeast Asia. Different
themes will be featured for every competition year that would build upon each other towards
achieving the contest objective. Other than generating a database of quality photographs of
the region’s biodiversity , the contest is expected to surface biodiversity conservation concerns
from the public’s perspectives that need more policy and research interventions and financial
supp ort from governments and development organizations.

SEAM EO BIOTROP is launching the competition this year with the theme “Our
biodiversity, our source of sustainable and healthy living.”

Contest Rules

1.    The contest is open to all nationals and residents of Southeast Asian countries who are
at least 18 years of age at the time of entry .
2.    Each contestant must complete and submit an entry form (please see attached) along
with a photograph entry. A contestant could submit at most two (2) photograph
entries accompanied by individual entry forms each.
3.    In entering this competition, all contestants must acknowledge and guarantee that
their photograph entries are their original works and do not infringe on the
copyrights, trademarks, moral rights, rights of p rivacy/publicity or intellectual
property rights of any person or entity, and that no other party has any right, title,
claim, or interest in the photograph. The contestants must also guarantee that their
photograph entries have not been submitted to previous photo competitions and
not been used in any publications (print and electronic).
4.    The photo competition centers on the theme:

“Our biodiversity, our source of sustainable and healthy living.”

5.    BIOTROP shall keep all data entered by the applicants in the Entry Form as
confidential. However, applicants must agree that such personal data, especially name
and address, may be processed, shared, and otherwise used for the purposes and
within the context of this Contest.
6.    All contestants must comply with the following photograph requirements:

o All entries must be original. Photos must not be digitally altered and/or
enhanced in any way other than simple cropping. Any major image
manipulation (e.g., over or under color saturation, dual tones, etc.) on the
original photograph will disqualify the entry.
o All entries must be in digital format, thus, only online entries will be
eligible. Each entry must be within 5 megabytes, in JPEG/JPG format, and
must be at least 1,600 pixels either in a horizontal or vertical image
o The photograph must not contain obscene, provocative, defamatory, sexually
explicit, or otherwise objectionable element based on the standards of BIOTROP.
o All photographs must be in color, black and white photos will be disqualified.

7.    Photograph entries and entry forms must be submitted to BIOTROP
(photocontest@biotrop.org) on or before 5pm (GMT 7) 31 May 2014.

8.    BIOTROP has the right to examine the original photograph/source material to
confirm compliance with the requirements above and officially accepts or disqualifies entries.
9.    BIOTROP shall have the right to store the winning entries and finalists in its database
and also use them for scientific and publication purposes.

Selection and Judging Processes

1. Winning entries will be judged according to three criteria: (1) Relevance to the theme
40%; (2) Photographic quality including technical quality 30%; and (3) Creativity 30%.
2. There will be two rounds of selection process. For the first round, each judge will
select his/her top 5 entries based on the abovementioned criteria. Then, all top five
entries of each judge shall be subjected for a second round of judging. The Panel of
Judges will collectively select the first, second, and third winners from the round one
3. In the event of a tie, the Panel of Judges will re-evaluate the tied entries. In the event
that a tie remains after re-judging, the entry with the highest score in the relevance to
the theme criteria will be declared the winner.
4. Decisions of the Panel of Judges are final and binding.

Contest Prizes

Cash prizes and certificates shall be awarded to the winning entries. The cash prizes are as
First Prize :        US $ 400
Second Prize :  US $ 300
Third Prize :      US $ 200

Competition Period

BIOTROP will accept submission of photo entries starting 20 January to 31 May 2014.

Announcement of Winners and Exhibition of Winning Photos

Winners will be notified by email by mid July 2014. Winners list will be announced at
BIOTROP website and exhibited during the 52nd Centre’s Governing Board Meeting in
October 2014.

Right to Cancel or Suspend the Contest

BIOTROP has the right to cancel or susp end the contest to infection by computer virus/bugs,
denial of service attacks, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures, or
any other causes beyond the Centre’s control that corrupt or affect the administration,
security, fairness, integrity , or proper conduct of this Contest. BIOTROP would inform all
participants about the cancellation/susp ension and instructions on how to proceed with the
Contest if problems could be addressed.

Download  file :

application form

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USC Rossier Global EDD 2014


The Global Executive Ed.D. program is a first-of-its-kind program designed to meet the needs of senior leaders

in education by providing them with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the 21st century.


You are invited to attend the following event:

The Doctor of Education: ‘Flipping’ the Classroom for Leaders and Decision-Makers in Education


Date: March 1st, 2014
Grand Hyatt
Time: 6:30-8:00pm (ICT)
494 Rajdamri Road
Bangkok, Thailand, 10330


This presentation will provide an overview of the USC Rossier School of Education’s innovative approach to professional doctoral education. The session examines the leadership-focused Global Executive Ed.D. program, which combines cutting-edge pedagogies and scholarship from around the world with an innovative format. This first-of-its-kind program re-envisions the doctorate in ways that make it more relevant to managers and leaders in education, and accessible to anyone anywhere.

Please join Professor Rob Filback from the USC Rossier School of Education for this event.

We hope you can attend!



Nadine Singh, Ed.D.

Director, Global Executive Ed.D.


Link to Register:


Attachments Download :

USC Rossier Global EDD Annoucement for Bangkok 2014


GED: Co-Innovation for Social and Economic growth 2014





The East Asia Series ” Co-innovation for social and economic growth ” on  13-14 February 2014 Pullman  Arcadia Phuket Hotel , Phuket , Thailand.

British Council Thailand , in partnership with Research and Researchers for Industries (RRI) , The Thailand Research Fund , as part of the Global Education Dialogues : The East Asia Series , Forging the future of higher education ,
is organising a conference on ” Co-innovation for social and economic growth.”

The conference will consider the ‘Triple Helix’ approach and explore how academic research can work with industry , entrepreneurs and government to find innovative ways to collaborate.
The speakers includes :
*  Prof. Richard B Davies , Vice- Chancellor , Swansea University
*  Mr. Terry Pollard , Associate Consultant , ISIS Innovation , Oxford University
*  Dr. Yong – Chie Heng , Dean of Research and Development , National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
*  Prof. Dr. Chachanat Thebtaranonth , Senior Advisor , Research and Researchers for Industries Programme (RRi ) , The Thailand Research Fund

For further information , please contact :
Ms. Sarita Suwannarat , Manager Eucation
Email : Sarita.Suwannarat@britishcouncil.or.th
Tel : +66(0) 2 657 5678

Free admission 
For online registration :  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GED_Phuket

Attachments Download :

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The East Asia Series Global Education Dialogues 2013-2014.pdf

Provisional Programme External.pdf


The 6th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme

The 6th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme was held in Chiang Rai, Thailand, from 22 to 23 November 2013. The Meeting was hosted with generous hospitality by Mae Fah Luang University. The participants of the Review Meeting included delegates from the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia; the Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia; the Office of the Higher Education Commission, Thailand; the Commission on Higher Education, the Philippines; the Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam; the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan; and representatives from participating universities in all member countries.

As the AIMS Programme has rapidly expanded to include 7 member countries, 7 study fields and 59 participating universities throughout the region, the Meeting presented an important step towards enhancing and strengthening bilateral and multilateral cooperation among participants to benefit student mobility and contributed towards the development of networks and partnerships necessary for building a sustainable future for AIMS. In particular, the Meeting sought to encourage participants to discuss programme development and consult together on mechanisms to facilitate student exchange in the region.


Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds

SEARCA , in partnership with the Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN),  announces its “Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia”, which will be held on 15-18 October 2013  at SEARCA, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines. The training-workshop is intended for Southeast Asian researchers, policy advisers, program planners and decision-makers in government, civil society, and people’s and private organizations who are concerned with policy, program development, and initiatives on climate change adaptation toward food and environmental security. Please also share this announcement with your colleagues who may be interested.



Limited Slots for Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia

15-18 October 2013

Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), College, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines

The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) and Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN) are pleased to announce the availability of limited slots for self-supported participation in the “Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia” on 15-18 October 2013 at SEARCA, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.


The training-workshop is intended for Southeast Asian researchers, policy advisers, program planners and decision-makers in government, civil society, and people’s and private organizations who are concerned with policy, program development, and initiatives on climate change adaptation toward food and environmental security. It aims to enable these participants to:

1) understand the issues and challenges in watershed management in a changing climate in relation to water, food and environmental security;

2) analyze gaps toward sustainable watersheds in a changing climate for water, food, and environmental security; and

3) draw up an agenda for action towards sustainable watersheds for water, food and environmental security in a changing climate within their work contexts, be it in research, teaching, action programs and practices, and policies.


Interested qualified participants need to have their own support for their international travel, plus USD500 for full board and lodging, airport transfers, fieldtrip support and training-workshop materials, or otherwise coordinate with organizers regarding own or optional cost-saving arrangements for airport transfers, accommodation, and meals.


Qualified participants will be accepted on a first come-first-served basis. Please email your expression of interest for reservation of the limited slots.  For more information, please see the attached training-workshop flyer. Inquiries and accomplished application forms should be addressed by or before 30 September 2013 to:


Ms. Nova A. Ramos or Ms. Rosario B. Bantayan

Program Specialists

Knowledge Management Department

SEARCA, College, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines

Tel/fax: +63 2 536 2283

nea@agri.searca.org / nearamos@gmail.com


rbb@agri.searca.org / kimbantayan@yahoo.com


Attachments Download :

CCA in Watersheds Announcement.pdf

CCA in Watersheds Flyer.pdf