Plant Resources of South-East Asia (PROSEA Association)
1990 Bogor Indonesia
1990, Bogor (Indonesia), as a foundation in accordance with Indonesian law. Originally an initiative started when Wageningen Agricultural University (Netherlands) conducted a feasibility study for establishing an international network (1985-1986); followed by Preparatory Phase (1987-1990). having been operational as a project since 1985. Functioning based on a set of agreements between PROSEA Foundation and 5 participating institutions in Europe and Southeast Asia. Restructured as an association, 20 Jun 2007, Jakarta (Indonesia). Also referred to as Association of Plant Resources in South East Asia.
Promote the sustainable use of plant resources in the South East Asia region; document and make available the existing information on plant resources in South-East Asia for education, extension work, research and industry as well as for end users.
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