Pestforecast closing workshop

Date: 22 December 2017
Venue: Hanoi, Vietnam
Objectives: The main objectives of the workshop will be to provide a venue for discussion among a wide range of stakeholders on:
  • the project’s key deliverables
  • lessons learned and good practices
  • moving beyond the project
See workshop proceedings and presentations
Read the full article about the workshop on ILRI Asia and see more photos on ILRI Flickr.

GIS training

Date: 28-30 November, 2016
Venue: Indonesia
  • Basic GIS analysis including creation and spatial relationship (interpolation, density analysis, proximity analysis, coincidence, intersection, overlap, visibility, and accessibility)
  • Building spatial models including detecting and quantifying patterns, prediction and risk mapping
  • Epidemiological analysis using GIS

See workshop agenda and presentation.

Midterm meeting

Date: 23 September 2016
Venue: Hanoi, Vietnam
Objective: To discuss project updates (methods and results) and decide on the next steps.
Participants: Scientists and coordinators from ILRI, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), Vietnam Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology and Climate Change (IMHEN/MONRE), National Institute of Veterinary Research (NIVR), Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI), Plant Project Department (PPD) and Hanoi School of Public Health (HSPH) attended the meeting.

Field visit to Son La province

Date: April 2016
Venue: Field visit to Son La province, located in the northwestern region of Vietnam, for maize production.
Led by ILRI project coordinators Hu Suk Lee and Hung Nguyen and partners.

Second planning workshop

Date: 19-21 March 2015
Venue: Hanoi, Vietnam
Objective: To foster a clearer understanding of CCAFS research in Southeast Asia and expected outcomes. The meeting also held a seminar on modelling and forecasting techniques related to early-warning systems (EWS).
Read the full article on ILRI Asia: Vietnam and Laos-based project on climate-sensitive diseases holds planning workshop in Hanoi