Workshops & Trainings

The 10th ASEAN+3 Village Leaders Exchange Programme

9:00 am - 5:30 pm Beijing Time, 25 Aug 2022 Online

“The ASEAN+3 Village Leaders Exchange Programme” is the first regional poverty reduction exchange activity for the grassroots organized by China International Poverty Reduction Center (IPRCC). It targets the leaders and promoters of rural community development – village officials, and expands the sharing of poverty reduction knowledge to grassroots village officials. The programme has been promoting the development of rural communities in ASEAN countries and the PRC, Japan and Republic of Korea, through capacity building of village leaders in the region. Since 2013, the programme has been successfully held for eight series in the PRC and Malaysia , and has been fully recognized by all parties.

This year, the event focuses on “From Poverty Reduction to Sustainable Rural Development”. Click here to view live streaming. 

Agenda:
TimeProgram
9:00 – 9:40Opening Ceremony
Moderator: LI Xin, Deputy Director General, IPRCC

Speakers:
LIU Junwen, Director General, IPRCC
WU Xiaofeng, Counselor, Mission of the PRC to ASEAN
XU Hui, Deputy Director, Regional Cooperation Division, Asian Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PRC
Miguel Musngi, Senior Officer, Poverty Eradication and Gender Division, ASEAN Secretariat
9:40 – 10:30General introduction of the event &Keynote speeches on rural development (15 minutes each)
Moderator: LI Hangwei, Associate Professor, China Agricultural University

Poverty Alleviation, Rural Revitalization, and Common Prosperity: Chinese Experience
CHEN Zhigang, Chair Professor, School of Public Affairs, Zhejiang University, the PRC

New Policies for Rural Development in Japan
Taro Hirai, Vice Dean Professor, Graduate School of Regional Studies, Hirosaki University, Japan

Production Increase, Ecological Turn, Multifunctional Agriculture: Paradigms of Rural Revitalization in Korea
Do Hyun Han, Director, Academy of Korean Studies, Korea
10:30 – 12:00Country presentations (15 minutes each)
Moderator: ZHANG Lina, Post-Doc, China Agricultural University

Speakers:
Abdul Aziz Bin Haji Hamdan, the Kampung Sengkarai Village Leader, Brunei Darussalam
Pen Vignoughchy, Vice Chief, Department of Rural Economic Development, Ministry of Rural Development, Cambodia
Lorenza Mdc, Staff, Serang Makmur Sejahtera Village-Owned Enterprises, Purbalingga Regency, Centre Java, Indonesia
Rizal Sahputra, Village Head, Tamansari Village, Licin, Banyuwangi Regency, East Java, Indonesia
Yengher Vacha, Deputy Director, Luang Prabang City Administrative Office, Laos
Abd Sanih bin Hj Nasri, Chairman, Batu Puteh Community Ecotourism Co-operative (KOPEL), Malaysia
12:00 – 14:30Noon Break
14:30 – 16:00Country presentations (15 minutes each)
Moderator: ZHANG Lina, Post-Doc, China Agricultural University

Speakers:
Sai Myat Hein Soe,Assistant Director, Department of Rural Development, Ministry of Cooperatives and Rural Development, Myanmar
Carlo John B. Arceo, Doctoral Student, College of Humanities and Development Studies, China Agricultural University, Philippines
Siti Mariam bte Mohamed Buang, Social Worker, Service Delivery and Coordination Division, Ministry of Social and Family Development, Singapore
Daphne Gan, Team Leader, Service Delivery and Coordination Division, Ministry of Social and Family Development, Singapore
Representative from Thailand
Representative from Vietnam
16:00 – 17:20The cases of rural revitalization (15 minutes each)
Moderator: Dr. LIU Lijie, Post-Doc, China Agricultural University

Speakers:
WU Jianshe, Researcher, Crop Research Institute, Fujian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the PRC
JIANG Weijie, Rural Professional Manager, Jingshan village, Zhejiang Province, the PRC
TANG Wenming, Rural Professional Manager, Xiaogucheng village, Zhejiang Province, the PRC
YANG Huanhuan, Rural Professional Manager, Qingshan village, Zhejiang Province, the PRC
17:20 –17:30Wrap-up
LI Hangwei, Associate Professor, China Agricultural University

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