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Posted: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 11:36
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It is with great grief and sorrow that the BIOTROP staff announced the sudden demise of Mr. Pujantoro, BIOTROP Laboratory Services staff, at Family Medical Center, Bogor on 22 February 2009 due to a motor cycle accident.

A graduate from the Faculty of Agriculture, Brawijaya University, Malang, Mr. Pujantoro started his career in 1989 as Associate Scientific Information Officer of the Southeast Asian Weed Information Center (SEAWIC) Project – BIOTROP. This project established in 1985 through the financial assistance of the International Development Research Center (IDRC) of Canada was under the Clearing House of Information Program (CHI) of BIOTROP then Information Resource Unit (IRU). In line with the program on BIOTROP Library Automation, he was sent to Penang, Malaysia on 20 April – 22 May 1992 to attend the Third USM/IDRC Training on Library and Information Center Automation. He has been instrumental in developing the library automation of SEAMEO BIOTROP. After the termination of the SEAWIC Project, Mr. Pujantoro was appointed as full BIOTROP staff. Because of his technical ability in information technology science, Mr. Pujantoro was transferred to the Information Technology Unit of BIOTROP in 2003.  In 2007 he was seconded to the Laboratory Services Unit of  BIOTROP  and in charge of  information technology matters.

Mas Pujantoro, will be greatly missed by his family and his demise is a severe blow to BIOTROP. He is survived by his wife Erna Pertiwi Ningsih, parents, three brothers and a sister, and several nieces and nephews.

He was a hardworking man, cooperative, smart, very encouraging and attentive to other people needs.

SEAMEO BIOTROP will always remember him for his good deeds.