ASEAN Agricultural Development Planning Centre, Bangkok (ADPC)
Aug 1980, on signing of an agreement between the Thai government representing the countries of D-XD0165 - ASEAN and G-XG2898 - United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for the government of the USA. Project terminated.
Further strengthen the agricultural development capacity of all ASEAN member countries; apply the acquired expertise in agricultural development planning at regional (within country), national and international levels. Specifically: train government personnel and interested private sector participants; undertake studies in collaboration with government and private sector on agricultural development planning and policy with a view to harmonizing national plans in respect of food, agriculture and forestry in the region; serve as a regional data bank for agricultural and trade information in planning, policy and development.
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Board of Planners; Director; Secretary. Branches (3): 'Administrative' including finance; accounting; dormitory services; supply, purchasing and distributing services. 'Training' including 3 Programmes - Technician Group (TG), Micro Group (MG) and Special Group; and Library Services. 'Research and Planning' including research and planning; Agri-Data and Information System; computer services; special projects.
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