（英）Reforestation and extension techniques for forester (Phase2)
Thailand, China Yunnan, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam
Royal Forest Department (Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment)
Community-based management system is still in the early stage of evolution. The transformation of forest management to a multiple stakeholder community-based approach is not an easy task, which requires hard-working efforts and during the process there are major challenges needs to be achieved. In this early stage, it is necessary that collaborative management in which multi-interest stakeholders work effectively together in decision-making and implementation gains more experiences.
Established in 1991, the Reforestation and Extension Center (REX) in Udonthani has been one of four centers under the Reforestation and Extension Project in the Northeast of Thailand. Its main activities include (1) seedling production, (2) forestry extension, (3) training, (4) demonstration plantation, and (5) nursery techniques development.
The continuous assignment of technical staff, employees and the Thai counterpart training in Japan throughout the project implementation has created new know how, experience and technology transfer to the local people. The Project was terminated in 2004 with a good prospect to meet the objectives and goal.
In order to disseminate REX's experiences including Thailand's forestry experience and technology to Asian countries, the training on “Reforestation and Extension Techniques for Lao Forester" under the Third Country Training Programme (TCTP) was planned and conducted in 1998. This TCTP had subsequently extended for three years from1998 to 2000.
Based on the success of the TCTP, TCTP on Reforesation and Extension Techniques for forester for the Greater
Mekong Sub-region (Phase I) was conducted 2006-2008 by REX in Udontani.
Foresters in the Greater Mekong Sub-region have a chance to acquire and share their knowledge and experience on reforestation and extension in the context of community-based forest management.
(1) To provide opportunity of participants in Indo-china country to learn and exchange knowledge and experience in extension techniques for reforestation program.
(2) To enabling an environment of set up reforestation extension practitioner network.
The participants gain knowledge in related field:
(1) Community-based forest management
(2) Reforestation and Extension Techniques
(3) People's Participation on forest biodiversity management
(4) GIS/MIS to Reforestation Extension
(5) SMEs management
The implementing agency will organize Third Country Training Programme on Reforestation and Extension Techniques for forester once a year (3 years cooperation).
The curriculum will be designed to focus on extension including related subjects in the context of community-based forest management in order to contribute to sustainable forest management at local area.
(1) Training expenses for Third Country Training Programme (3 years)
(2) Japanese Lecturer if necessary
(1) Supporting staff and lecturer
(2) Facilities and audio visual equiment
(3) Nursery and and necessry laboratory at REX centers
The reforestation and Extension Center in Udonthani is the implementing agency, which was one of four center under the Reforestation and Extension Project in the Northeast of Thailand (REX).
Reforestation and Extension Project in the Northeast of Thailand (REX) started from 1991, with the main activities (1) seedling production (2) forestry extension (3) training (4) demonstration plantation (5) nursery techniques development.
The Project was terminated by 2004 with a good prospect to meet the objectives and goal.
In 1998, TCTP on Reforestation and Extension Techniques for Lao Forester was conducted until 2000. TCTP on Reforesation and Extension Techniques for forester for GMS was conducted 2006-2008 by Udontani Center.
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