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SEAMEO RECFON-Poltekkes Yogyakarta MoA signing kicks off NGTS implementation in Yogyakarta

A Memorandum of Agreement between SEAMEO RECFON and Yogyakarta Health Polytechnic Institute (Poltekkes-Yogyakarta) signed on 12 October 2019 ushered the collaborative implementation of Nutrition Goes To School (NGTS) Program in Yogyakarta Province.  The signing took place after the opening ceremony of Poltekkes-Yogyakarta’s 6th International Conference on Health Sciences held at the Royal Ambarukmo Hotel, Yogyakarta.

The partnership aims to educate school children on proper health and nutrition toward enabling them to become active, well-nourished, and smart citizens through the expertise available in both institutions.  Poltekkes-Yogyakarta’s areas of expertise include nutrition, nursing, midwifery, environmental health, dental nursing, and health analysis.

Under this collaboration, both institutions agreed to adopt a specific name for the program in Bahasa Indonesia which is “Sekolah Sehat, Generasi Kuat” or “Healthy School, Strong Generation” in English.  The program is being piloted in two primary and two junior secondary schools in Klaten District.  A Training of Trainers on the various components of the programs is scheduled to be conducted on 4-7 November 2019 for the teachers of the partner-schools.

The MoA signing was officiated by Dr Agus Hariyanto, SEAMEO RECFON’s Deputy Director for Administration, and Mr. Joko Susilo M.Kes and Dr Iswanto, Director and Vice Director of Poltekkes Yogyakarta, respectively.

The MoA is based on the Memorandum of Understanding between SEAMEO RECFON and the Human Resources for Health Development and Empowerment Agency (Badan Pengembangan dan Pemberdayaan Sumber Daya Manusia Kesehatan –PPSDMK) of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia (82/RECFON-MoU/IX/2019 and 01.06/2/6470/2019). (IO)

 

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SEAMEO RECFON Contributes to Aksi Bergizi Program launching to improve adolescent nutrition in Indonesia


The endorsement of Peraturan Bupati about Aksi Bergizi Program to improve the nutrition status of adolescent

In line with its commitment to improve the nutrition status of the school children, SEAMEO RECFON supported the launching of Aksi Bergizi by the Government of West Lombok on 11 October 2019 as the implementing partner of the program with UNICEF.

Aksi Bergizi is a program which aims to overcome double burden of malnutrition in adolescents in Indonesia. The relevance of the program prompted the Government of West Lombok to issue a Governor’s Regulation about it during the launching. This regulation would enable schools to initiate activities to improve the nutrition of the students to be supported by the Government of West Lombok.

Among the activities of Aksi Bergizi program includes nutrition education and establishment of healthy school canteens. These are regular activities that SEAMEO RECFON implements in various school levels in Indonesia since 2016 under its Nutrition Goes to School (NGTS) Program .

The program launching was also attended by the representative of UNICEF Indonesia, Direktur Kesehatan Lingkungan MoH of Indonesia, Direktur Kesehatan Kerja dan Olahraga MoH of Indonesia, Head of Education and Culture District Office of Lombok Barat, Head of Health District Office of Lombok Barat, SEAMEO RECFON Director, and principals and representative teachers and students of the schools involved in the program.

                          The visit to Pondok Pesantren NU Darussalam Bermi

While in West Lombok after the Aksi Bergizi launching, SEAMEO RECFON Director also visited Pondok Pesantren NU Darussalam Bermi. The visit was an attempt to explore the possibility of initiating the Centre’s NGTS Program for adolescent nutrition improvement in 2020 through Madrasah and Pondok Pesantren. The NGTS Program has been implemented since 2016 among schools under the Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia. (ATH)

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SEAMEO RECFON officials orient vocational nutrition students on professionalism in a global society

Two SEAMEO RECFON officials delivered motivational talks  during a Seminar on  “Opportunities and Challenges of Nutrition Professionals in the Global Society” held on 11 October 2019 to 120 students of Tasikmalaya Health Polytechnic Institute who are pursuing their Nutrition Diploma Program at the Institute’s Cirebon Campus.

Dr Judhiastuty Februhartanty, SEAMEO RECFON’s Knowledge Management and Partnership Unit manager, gave an overview of the current global and regional nutrition situations and targets in relation to Sustainable Development Goal 2 of achieving Zero Hunger by 2030.  She emphasized the need for the students to be aware of these global and regional nutrition programs and protocols so that they could properly contribute their knowledge and skills once they become professionals.

SEAMEO RECFON’s Deputy Directof for Program, Dr Jess C. Fernandez, imparted 10 tips to the students on Becoming  a Competitive and Responsible Nutrition Professional. He advised the students to practice the soft skills he mentioned and make them as  habits which they could bring when they start working professionally. He wrapped up his presentation by encouraging the students to be proud of their chosen profession.

Another speaker during the seminar was Dr Hari Santoso, a lecturer from the Institute’s Nutrition Study Program in Cirebon. He highlighted the nutrition situation and policies in Indonesia and the need for more community nutritionists to achieve the country’s national nutrition development goals. He encouraged the students to take their study program seriously and graduate soon to increase the country’s human capital in the health and nutrition sector.

The seminar was part of the collaboration between SEAMEO RECFON and Poltekkes Tasikmalaya in implementing the Centre’s Nutrition Goes to School Program in four schools in Cirebon City. The team of the Nutrition Study Program in Cirebon of Poltekkes Tasikmalaya serves as the implementers of the Program. (jf)

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SEAMEO RECFON Supports 2019 World Food Day Celebration in Promoting “Healthy Diets for a #ZEROHUNGER World”

World Food Day celebration on 16 October 2019 calls for “Healthy Diets for a #ZEROHUNGER World” as its theme. This theme is in line with the global agenda of addressing the triple burden of malnutrion (i.e., undernutrition, overnutrition , and micronutrient deficiency) which is caused by the quantity and quality of the diet that people consume. This theme also reinforces RECFON’s long-term advocacy as SEAMEO’s specialist centre in food and nutrition since 2011.

The Centre believes that consuming a healthy diet should not be a short-term approach, but it should be a long term effort, sustainable, affordable and accessible to everyone. Optimizing the consumption of locally available foods in creating healthy and sustainable diets is thus essential.  Since 2016, SEAMEO RECFON has been working on diet optimization using linear programming (LP) approach to develop population-specific food-based recommendations toward promoting the optimal use of local nutrient-dense foods particularly for vulnerable groups such as mothers, infants and young children.

Local nutrient-dense foods have potentials to improve nutrient inadequacy which is one of the contributing factors to malnutrition. SEAMEO RECFON’s recent studies show promising results on the use of locally available and affordable nutrient-dense foods to address stunting in Indonesia. In a community intervention for stunting prevention among under-two children in Sambas West Kalimantan, optimized complementary feeding recommendations (CFR) using local nutrient-dense food has shown positive benefits in improving dietary diversity score and nutrient intakes. The increased intake of animal source foods was found to have positive effect in reducing anemia and stunting among the under-two children.

Figure 1: Local-Based Complimentary Feeding Recommendation (CFR) for Malang District and Sambas District

The nutrition benefit of local nutrient-dense foods should also be promoted as intervention for children with moderately acute malnutrition (MAM). WHO recommends the use of local foods in dietary management of MAM and manufactured foods should be used only when there is food shortage or nutrient gaps that cannot be filled through local foods. However, SEAMEO RECFON’s study found that more than two-thirds of energy consumed by children with MAM comes from manufactured instead of local foods, while LP analysis suggests that one-third to half of the current prescription would be sufficient to fill the gap when accompanied with optimized CFRs.

SEAMEO RECFON’s LP study in 10 stunting prioritized districts in Indonesia showed that different dietary patterns of the community led to different problem nutrients lacking in their diet. The good news is in most of these areas, local nutrient-dense food sources abound which can fill nutrient gaps and therefore should be promoted in local specific food-based recommendations. The use of local nutrient dense food is crucial in creating sustainable, affordable and accessible healthy diet. Considering that Indonesia is a biodiversity-rich country, it is worth maximizing the use of local nutrient-dense foods in improving the nutritional problems that  the country currently faces as well as  contributing to achieve  the SDGs Goal 2 of Zero Hunger.

Figure 2: Mapping of Problem Nutrients in 10 stunting priotised districts in Indonesia

SEAMEO RECFON would always be ready to lend a hand in advocating “Healthy Diets for a #ZEROHUNGER World”. 

 

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SEAMEO RECFON, BPPSDMK-MOH Indonesia Seal 5-Year Partnership

SEAMEO RECFON and the Human Resources for Health Development and Empowerment Agency (Badan Pengembangan dan Pemberdayaan Sumber Daya Manusia Kesehatan-BPPSDMK) of the Ministry of Health of Indonesia signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 23 September 2019 during the Centre’s 9th Governing Board Meeting at Rancamaya, Bogor, West Java.

The MoU was signed by SEAMEO RECFON Director, Muchtaruddin Mansyur, PhD and BPPSDM Secretary, Trisa Wahjuni Putri, MKes. The signing was witnessed by the Centre’s Governing Board Members from Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, The Philippines, Singapore, representatives of Bogor City Mayor’s Office,  Bogor Provincial Education Office, Bogor District and Bogor Municipality Health Office, and school partners in Bogor.

In this 5-year collaboration, both parties agreed to synergize their efforts to improve the capacities of human resources for health development in the field of food and nutrition in Indonesia through education, research, and community service. In particular, the partnership expects to increase the capacities of health polytechnic institutes as well as community health centers (Puskesmas) in delivering health and nutrition messages to schools and communities especially through SEAMEO RECFON’s flagship programs on Nutrition Goes To School (NGTS) and Early Childhood Care, Nutrition, and Education (ECCNE).

The BPPSDMK is responsible for improving human resource for health in Indonesia through its technical units, including 33 health polytechnic institutes and 5 human resources for health training centers which are located throughout all provinces in Indonesia.

SEAMEO RECFON has been carrying out its mandates in collaboration with several health polytechnic institutes of BPPSDM in West Java, East Java and Kalimantan since 2000.   With the MoU, the Centre could now extend its technical assistance to all health polytechnic institutes in Indonesia as well as tap their services for NGTS and ECCNE implementation.

 

 

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9th GBM endorses 3 Centre’s Initiatives for 2020

Three SEAMEO RECFON’s initiatives for 2020 were approved during its 9th Governing Board Meeting (GBM) held on 22-26 September 2019 at Rancamaya Hotel in Bogor.

The initiatives include publication of a bi-annual magazine and a series of school-based nutrition promotion  profiles of SEAMEO member countries, and becoming a World Health Organization  Collaborating Centre (WHO CC) for Food-based Approaches for Nutrition and Health in Southeast Asia.

The publication of a bi-annual magazine is aimed at disseminating programs and policies, research results in popular format, best practices and trends, case studies, and experts’ opinions related to food and nutrition in Southeast Asia.  It will also feature regular updates on the Centre’s flagship programs on Nutrition Goest to School (NGTS) and Early Childhood Care, Nutrition and Education (ECCNE).  The magazine will carry a specific theme and will call for articles per issue. During a roundtable discussion held on 22 September 2019, the Board agreed to contribute articles and promote it in their respective countries to generate article submission. The Board also agreed to name the magazine as “RECFON AWESOME” adopting the acronym of the expected outcome of its NGTS program i.e. Active, WEll-nourished, and Smart Of ME”.

As a follow up action from the Workshop on the Establishment of the Southeast Asian School-Based Nutrition Promotion (SBNP) Working Group held in March 2019, SEAMEO RECFON shall publish SBNP profiles of each SEAMEO member country starting next year. This publication is expected to provide a comprehensive documentation of health and nutrition status and dietary practices of school children at all levels, and SBNP national policies, programs, best practices, impacts, challenges, and prospects per country. The profiles are also intended to serve as reference materials in aid of policy development, research, and capacity building needed to improve health and nutrition of school children in the region.

SEAMEO RECFON’s desire to become a WHO CC is in recognition of its expertise and experiences in formulating food-based recommendations (FBR) from locally available and affordable food sources through linear programming approach.  The Centre believes that being a WHO CC, it could strengthen linkages among research, academic, and development organizations to conduct research and build capacities to implement  and evaluate FBR-related programs in nutrition and health in Southeast Asia.

The 9th GBM was attended by seven members/representative from Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.

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SEAMEO RECFON, IMU formalize collaboration for nutrition and food safety research and training in Southeast Asia

On 23 July 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, SEAMEO RECFON has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the International Medical University (IMU) to collaborate in health and medical research on nutrition and food safety training in Southeast Asia.

The MoU was signed at the university’s Bukit Jalil campus by Prof Abdul Aziz Baba, Vice-Chancellor of IMU and Dr Muchtaruddin Mansyur, MD, Director of SEAMEO RECFON.  Prof Winnie Chee, Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics and Dean of IMU’s School of Health Sciences and Ms Dwi Yanti, MBiomed, SEAMEO RECFON Laboratory Supervisor served as witnesses in the MoU signing. The MoU is effective this year until 2021.

                  The main aims of the 3-year agreement are for IMU and SEAMEO RECFON to:

                  1) strengthen medical and health research and development;

                  2) jointly publish and present scientific data;

                  3) exchange research materials pertaining to nutrition and food safety; and

                  4) conduct joint training in the areas of nutrition and food safety.

The agreement would also accommodate staff, postgraduate research and student exchanges through field visits, internships, and attendance to courses and other learning events.

As initial collaborative activities lined up for this year, both parties will conduct a series of online lectures on nutrition, and implement a Training Needs Assessment towards designing a food safety curriculum and module development for Southeast Asian participants.

Prof Aziz remarked that as a research-focused institution that highly regards educational excellence, IMU is committed to spearheading new developments to transform education and healthcare in Malaysia.

“IMU strongly believes in grasping opportunities in promoting stronger research collaboration and knowledge transfer with international partners. We are aligning our goals to drive the national agenda to improve the standards and quality of nutrition and food safety in the country.

“This agreement with SEAMEO RECFON is therefore timely as we have begun 3 months of comprehensively training food handlers, operators and dietitians and will be looking to constantly refresh our course with new material based on international food safety guidelines and the latest regional research findings to equip students with the best skills and knowledge to operate professionally in their trade,” he added.

What sets IMU apart from other food safety training centres is that it is the first private university to be accredited to offer the course and students will benefit from food safety and HACPP being already ingrained in the course as part of N&D. IMU is also recognised for its quality and strict management with close monitoring of its own cafeteria and food handlers resulting in the university winning the national Healthy Cafeteria and BeSS award in 2017, a status that is maintained in recent audits.

In his speech, Dr Muchtaruddin Mansyur remarked that it is imperative to emphasize the importance and raise the standards of food safety and nutrition in the region given the changing food consumption behavior of people brought about by varied socio-economic and environmental factors. “There is a mistaken assumption that food contamination is inevitable in street foods. In Southeast Asia, millions of people depend on street foods as a source of nutrition”.

“However, consumers who are attracted by convenience and low prices may overlook aspects of hygiene or sanitation. Many food vendors and handlers lack an understanding of proper food-handling practices that are the potential causes for foodborne diseases.

“This collaboration with IMU is therefore a step forward in creating better awareness, solutions and opportunities for intervention and improvement of food safety through customised trainings and research in the SEA region,” he added.

(http://imunews.imu.edu.my/university/imu-seameo-recfon-formalise-collaboration-for-nutrition-and-food-safety-research-and-training-in-southeast-asia/)   

 

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SEAMEO Council endorses SEAMEO RECFON’s Flagship Programs

The SEAMEO Council during its 50th meeting held in Kuala Lumpur recently took note of the progress and endorsed the regional implementation of SEAMEO RECFON’s flagship programmes on Nutrition Goes to School (NGTS) and Early Childhood Care, Nutrition and Education (ECCNE).

The updates on the NGTS and ECCCNE programmes were among the 18 working papers discussed by the 11 Ministers of Education of Southeast Asia during their annual meeting held at Sunway Resort Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 23-25 July 2019.

SEAMEO RECFON initiated the NGTS and ECCNE programmes in 2016 and 2017, respectively as its flagship programmes under its Second Five-Year Development Plant (Financial Year 2016/2017-2020/2021). These programmes particularly address SEAMEO Priority Areas No. 1 (i.e. Achieving Universal Early Childhood Care and Education) and No. 2 (i.e., Addressing Barriers to Inclusive Education). They  are also aimed at strengthening of the prevention and control of double burden of nutrition problems in the SEA region and their impacts to the students’ cognitive and school performances.

Aimed at developing AWESOME (Active, Well-nourished, and Smart Of ME) school children through school-based nutrition interventions, the NGTS Programme consists of five major activities. These are (1) School Readiness Mapping, (2) Training of Trainers for school teachers and principals via  online and face-to-face modes, (3) Establishing Healthy School Canteens and School Gardens for nutrition literacy, (4) Building and strengthening information  management system for monitoring and evaluation of NGTS progress, and (5) Advocacy to mainstream NGTS Programme in school policies and regular school activities. The Programme adopts the DEPPIS framework which aims to strengthen the “Demand” through creating awareness and improving knowledge-attitude-practices of the students on good nutrition; “SuPply” through provision of healthy and nutritious foods in the school environment, “Policy” through establishing policies to support NGTS implementation in the school environment and “Information System” to monitor and document effectiveness of the programme. 

As of 2019, SEAMEO RECFON has mapped 1,024 primary, junior and senior, and vocational schools in Indonesia as regards their readiness to implement the NGTS programme activities. The Centre has provided training on nutrition education both via face-to-face and online modes to 2,641 school teachers at all levels all over Indonesia.   The Centre has also produced five manuals and 11 online course materials on nutrition education, school gardening, healthy school canteen, and school-based management to enrich learning process for its NGTS training activities.

On the other hand, the ECCNE Programme was conceived to provide an integrated model to optimize early childhood growth and development consisting of essential components, namely: parenting, early childhood care and education, health and nutrition, and policy and multi-sectoral partnerships.  The Programme focuses on mapping the mapping of the health and nutrition competencies of early childhood education (ECE) teachers and development of ECCNE models for kindergarten, nursery and daycare children which also involves parents and community health centre workers.  SEAMEO RECFON works with two other SEAMEO Centres for this Programme, namely: SEAMEO Regional Centre for Early Childhood Care Education and Parenting (CECCEP) in Indonesia and SEAMEO Regional Centre for Tropical Medicine (TROPMED).

After a year of implementation, the ECCNE Program has mapped 17,821 ECE teachers ECE teachers from 34 Provinces (484 districts) in Indonesia. It has also trained 680 mothers, 115 community health workers, 14 nutritionists and 42 ECE teachers from Bogor in West Java, Malang in East Java, Sambas in West Kalimantan, and Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara on nutrition education to prevent stunting and ECCNE in disaster-prone areas.  The Programme has also produced flipchart on balanced nutrition for ECE teachers, food guideline “tumpeng gizi” game, picture story book, and a guidebook on ECCNE in disaster-prone areas.

    

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INDONESIA’S NATIONAL CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATION HIGHLIGHTS ROLE OF FAMILY AND ENVIRONMENT IN MAINTAINING CHILDREN'S RIGHTS

For 35 years now,  Indonesia has been celebrating its National Children’s Day every  23rd day of July since it was declared in 1984.  The declaration  is a reminder to all Indonesians to always recognize and respect children's rights.  "The Role of Family in the Protection of Children" was a fitting theme for this year’s celebration. This theme reinforces the fact that a family has a critical responsibility in a child’s growth and development. The celebration this year was held at Lapangan Karebosi, Makassar and featured various activities involving different sectors.  The active role of family and environment, however, is still wanting in Indonesia to enable children to realize their maximum potentials as human beings.

In the Malnutrition Conceptual Framework by UNICEF, negligent parenting is one of the factors causing malnutrition in children, along with the lack of access to food and health services as well as unhealthy environment. For this reason, support for optimal parenting for child growth is needed, both in the family and outside the family environment.

The SEAMEO Regional Centre for Food and Nutrition (RECFON) is a strong supporter of children’s rights particularly on their rights to good nutrition necessary for their proper growth and development.  The Centre actualizes this through its Early Childhood Care, Nutrition, and Education (ECCNE) or Anakku Sehat dan Cerdas as one of its flagship programs.

This program is aimed to provide a model of integrated implementation of essential components to optimize child growth and development. These components, as indicated in the ECCNE Program Conceptual Framework and arranged in a form of a house, consist of 1) Enabling socioeconomic and cultural environments, 2) Parenting, 3) Care and Education, 4) Health and Nutrition, and 5) Policy and Multi-sectoral Participation.

The Centre collaborates with two other SEAMEO Centres for this program, namely: SEAMEO Regional Centre for Early Childhood Care Education and Parenting (CECCEP) and SEAMEO Regional Centre for Tropical Biology (TROPMED) network.  The partnership believes that every child has the right to receive and demand for interventions from any of these components toward his/her optimal growth and development.

One of the health threats that confront a child daily is the danger of tobacco smoke exposure in a family setting.  Exposure to second hand cigarette smoke has been considered as highly dangerous to the health of non-smokers.  Family members who smoke at home or in their immediate house environment do not realize that cigarette smoke leaves toxic residues that could be inhaled by children everyday, known as thirdhand smoking. In addition, early initiation to smoking habits in the family could also influence children to become smokers. The World Health Organization (WHO) cites more than half of children (57.3%) aged 13-15 years are exposed to smoking habits within their home environment. This explains why the prevalence of child smokers continues to increase in the past few years. The Centre is currently engaged in a research project on tobacco tax allocation for nutritional program on resolving stunting to support this advocacy.

Through the ECCNE program, SEAMEO RECFON assists the Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia in implementing Presidential Decree Number 60 of 2013 concerning the Holistic Integrative Early Childhood Education (ECE) concepts (PAUD HI). The Centre helps in strengthening  the capacities of    ECE PAUD teachers to create a conducive school environment for early childhood schoolers particularly in the aspect of food and nutrition.

Protecting children's rights is a shared responsibility within a family and by various sectors of the society.  While a family may be regarded to  play the greatest role  to ensure optimal growth and development of children,  support from government institutions, nongovernmental agencies, civil society groups, academe, and development organizations are certainly needed. SEAMEO RECFON stands tall to be counted on this aspect.  As the saying goes, it takes one village to raise a child.

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SEANLP – Advanced SEANP Aiming to equip the potential nutrition leaders with competencies of leadership and updates on nutrition, Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for Food and Nutrition (SEAMEO RECFON) is going to hold the 13th Southeast Asian Nutrition Leadership Program (SEANLP) to fill the knowledge and skill gaps of participants who will be the next leaders in alleviating nutrition problems in Southeast Asia. This training provides opportunities to the participants to experience various activities, covering both outdoor and indoor sessions, such as team building, seminar, discussion, group work, case studies, and role play, as well as to encourage them to practice all leadership theories.

The 13th SEANLP invites all (potential) managers from leading nutrition institutions in 11 Southeast Asia countries to join the 5-days intensive workshop with core topic on effective leadership, communication, negotiation and advocacy in nutrition.

Along with that, this year SEAMEO RECFON will also conduct the 1st extension of the SEANLP program, called Advanced SEANLP. The 1-day intensive workshop is designed to improve the communication and negotiation skills in nutrition of the nutrition leaders for SEANLP alumni or mid-high level managers from leading nutrition institutions across South East Asia (max. 45 years old).

Important dates:

 

Date

Activity

June 20th 2019

Registration deadline for 13th SEANLP

July 1st 2019

Registration deadline for 1st Advanced SEANLP

July 29th – August 2nd 2019

13th SEANLP

August 2nd 2019

1st Advanced SEANLP

Registration fee:

USD 1500 (for industry)

USD 850 (for government/NGO/academe)

USD 200 (for Advanced SEANLP)

Registration link:

http://bit.ly/SEANLPRECFON

More information:

Arienta, phone: +62 811 811 3 811; email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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