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RNIP holds Training in Indonesia

In response to the expressed needs of CSO representatives from five Southeast Asian countries during the RNIP workshop in April 2005, the RNIP will hold a training on Community Organizing, Project Management, Resource Mobilization and Agroforestry. The training, to be held in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia from November 7 to 11, 2005, will be conducted in collaboration with AsiaDHRRA (Asian Partnerships for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia), a regional organisation based in Manila and Yayasan Madanika, an RNIP core partner based in Pontianak.
 
About 29 trainees representing CSO partners or IP leaders will attend the training. Participants will be endorsed by their respective CSOs and will be screened based on their previous trainings, present tasks, and future involvements in relation with the topics and coverage of the training. The training will be mainly conducted in Bahasa Indonesia so more than half of participants will be Indonesians.

The training will include the following topics:

A. Community Organising and Project Management:
(a) basic community organising,
(b) organisational management,
(c) financial management,
(d) cooperatives development,
(e) project and (micro) project management

B. Agro forestry and Community-Based Forest Management: - this includes topics on
(a) basic agro forestry,
(b) community-based forest management
(c) non-timber forest products (NTFP) small scale business

The training is the first of a series of annual trainings that will be conduced by RNIP to strengthen CSOs and their IP partners within the five countries of Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. The next of these annual trainings will be held in 2006 based on training needs of the CSO partners of RNIP.


 

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