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Posted: Mon, 11 May 2009 15:34
SEAMEO Capacity Building Workshop 2009 on Inter-Center Collaboration - 763 time(s) visited
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Through the SEAMEO Centers, SEAMEO has played a major role in developing the capacity of human resources for the Southeast Asian region. Over the past three decades, SEAMEO Regional Centers/Units have trained over 60,000 participants through their respective human resource development programs.

In order to serve the SEAMEO Member Countries effectively and efficiently, the capacity building programs of SEAMEO Units are developed to strengthen the capacity of their staff and the Centers. 

The capacity building program aims to strengthen the capacity of SEAMEO Centers through inter-center collaboration. The development of partnership and network among SEAMEO units is necessary to upgrade the services of the Centers in spite of the limited resources, improve Center’s programs and activities and enhance the capacity of the SEAMEO Center’s core business.

SEAMEO Capacity Building Workshops have been organized yearly by SEAMEO Secretariat in collaboration with a host SEAMEO Unit. In 2007, the SEAMEO Marketing Workshop “Capacity Building on Marketing and Communications of SEAMEO Units”, was organized by SEAMEO Secretariat and SEAMEO RECSAM on 17-19 April 2007 at SEAMEO RECSAM, Penang, Malaysia. In 2008, the SEAMEO Capacity Building Workshop on “Capacity Building of SEAMEO Training Unit through Partnerships”, was organized by SEAMEO Secretariat and SEAMEO RETRAC, on 20-22 May 2008 at SEAMEO RETRAC, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

SEAMEO BIOTROP hosts the SEAMEO Capacity Building Workshop 2009 on Inter-Center Collaboration.  The workshop will focus on strengthening the inter-center collaboration for program development. This theme has been recommended by the 2008 Workshop.   

A total of 27 participants from SEAMEO Centres/Units who are responsible for program as well as business development will participate in the workshop to be held on 12 – 14 May 2009.