Executive Director, ICC had a Virtual Meeting with Ministry of Agriculture Fiji through Charge d' Affaires, the Embassy of the Republic of Fiji, Indonesia
Mr. Isaac Grace, Charge d’ Affaires, the Embassy of the Republic of Fiji, Indonesia arranged a virtual meeting with the Ministry of Agriculture, Fiji and ICC Secretariat on 17 November 2020. Ms. Sera Bose, the Chief Economist represented from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fiji and Dr. Jelfina C. Alouw, Executive Director lead the ICC Secretariat team. The meeting aimed to enable deeper cooperation and collaboration in the coconut sector management of Fiji.
In the meeting, Mr. Issac proposed the sectorial needs and priorities for bilateral engagement, in which he presented the Ministries Strategic Priorities. The four priorities were:... read more
Mr. Rajmohan, of India and CEO of Commodity Trade Company in Indonesia, Mr. Joseph Adam, Director of PT. Nui Hia Prima, and Dr. Ir. Alfred Inkiriwang, Senior Advisor of PT. Nui Hia Prima, visited ICC Secretariat to discuss potential collaboration to set up an integrated Coconut Processing Unit at North Maluku, Indonesia.
Dr. Jelfina C. Alouw, Executive Director, ICC, welcomed the visitors. The Assistant Director and Market and Statistics Officer, ICC also participated in the discussion. Mr. Joseph Adam explained his plan of setting up an integrated coconut processing unit in North Maluku. He mentioned that plenty of... read more
The 3rd Online Training: Good Agriculture Practices, Replanting Program & Integrated Pest Management to Sustain Coconut Development
Under the theme "Stay Healthy and Productive during Covid-19 Pandemic" a series of online training has been conducted since September 2020 by ICC in collaboration with NAM CSSTC. There was an enthusiastic response from hundreds of participants. On November 3rd, 2020 International Coconut Community (ICC) in collaboration with the Non-Aligned Movement Centre for South-South Technical Cooperation (NAM-CSSTC) conducted the 3rd Online Training Program: “Good Agriculture Practices, Replanting Program and Integrated Pest Management to Sustain Coconut Development”. More than 150 people from 18 countries participated in the training, including the representatives from ICC and NAM-CSSTC member countries. This training program aims to... read more