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Posted: Fri, 05 Mar 2010 12:01
SEAMEO BIOTROP commemorates its 42nd Anniversary with the Theme "Quality - Visibility - Dedication" - 397 time(s) visited
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In the frame of the 42nd anniversary of SEAMEO BIOTROP, a series of activities have been conducted.  One of the activities is “Open House and Get Together” by inviting partner institutions on February 23, 2010. On this occasion, SEAMEO BIOTROP activities were presented and displayed in the field of research, community development, products and services. During this event, SEAMEO BIOTROP, the Government of Natuna regency, and Yayasan Pesantren Pertanian Darul Fallah signed a Memorandum of Understanding.

The program of activities of the SEAMEO BIOTROP anniversary is as follows:
1. Re-greening and Tree Planting (February 6, 2010).
Jabon trees were planted by BIOTROP staff together with Darul Fallah staff at the area of Yayasan Pesantren Pertanian Darul Fallah.
2. Roundtable Discussion "Optimizing the Utilization and Conservation of Cascade Reservoir of Citarum River" (February 4, 2010).
A number of 20 research papers were presented by experts from various institutions and reservoir managers. The papers are the results of researches on various aspects of the existence and condition of Cascade Reservoir of Citarum River.
3. Rountable Discussion "Potency and Development Prospects of Kepulauan Seribu Marine Resources" (February 16, 2010). There were 20 papers on research results of Kepulauan Seribu presented by experts from various research institutions and universities.
4. Seminar on DIPA (research projects funded by the Government of Indonesia) Research Proposal (February 23, 2010).
5. Open House and Get Together (February 23, 2010).
6. Tea walk to Gunung Mas Tea Plantations participated by the entire staff of SEAMEO BIOTROP (February 26, 2010).

It is hoped that SEAMEO BIOTROP will continue to play an important role in the Region to contribute to the development of science and technology on natural resources management.