ASEAN Institute of Forest Management (AIFM)
1 Apr 1986, as a project of D-XD0165 - ASEAN, with the cooperation of Canada, after having been mooted at ASEAN Seminar in Tropical Rainforest Management, 1977, and having been endorsed by 'Jakarta Consensus on ASEAN Tropical Forestry' of 3rd Meeting of the ASEAN Economic Ministry on Agriculture and Forestry, 1981. The Phase I ended 31 Mar 1993. Subsequently, the Institute underwent an interim period until mid 1992 when Phase II (1992-1997) was officially inaugurated with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), 26 Jul 1992, between ASEAN and Canada. Ceased to exist.
Upgrade expertise, capabilities and skills in tropical forest management; promote the effective transfer and application of modern technologies, such as remote sensing and computer applications, as well as relevant management, information and social sciences in forestry; facilitate the exchange of relevant experience and information essential for optimal forest management and development; support studies in sustainable forest management and operations; strengthen ASEAN cooperation in forestry.
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Project Steering Committee (PSC) (meets at least once a year), consisting of representatives of ASEAN member countries and Canada. Director; Deputy Director (ASEAN); Canadian Project Manager; Administrative Assistant.
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