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Thai Young Farmer Leaders' Training Program in 2016 PDF พิมพ์ อีเมล
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วันจันทร์ที่ 08 กุมภาพันธ์ 2016 เวลา 09:13 น.

Angkana Bruminhent

Chief of research and development on technology transfer subdivision


 

Introduction and background

     Most of the population of developing countries in ASEAN, 80%  are farmers or work in agro industries, there for to increase average standard of living of them is to develop agriculture. In the past, Japan government supported a lot of organizations on research and development, such as the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) supported government, the Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS) supported agencies on commercial industries, and the Ministry of Education supported education funds for foreign countries. All programs above were supported only for government officers and students, who had much opportunities to be trained and studied, but farmers who were the majority of population did not have that.

     In 1882 Thai journalist posted a column in a newspaper, ASAHI SHIMBUN, and showed that most of the populations of developing countries were farmers, who need good changes, and called for government to develop and prepare them as effective smart farmers. Mr.Yoshihide Uchimura a chairman of the Association for the International Collaboration of Farmers Japan, KOKUSAI NOYUKAI, was interested in young farmers development.The association had exchanged young Japanese trainees to work on farms in Europe and the USA. It was a successful and beneficial program for them because it was a direct way to solve agriculture problem, and it was not only agriculture extension and development, but also human relationship between farmers from different countries.

      After the Association for International Collaboration of Farmers or Kokusai Noyuka joined the Association for International Cooperation of Agriculture and Forestry (AICAF), they asked for Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry to support Thai young farmers to work with Japanese farmers in Japan,  and then they  accepted the proposal.

     In 1983, AICAF connected to the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives of Thailand for Thai young farmer leaders to join this program. After that the first Thai group, 10 trainees, joined with Japanese Farmers for eight– month internship program.

      In 1984, the program was expanded for other countries in ASEAN for example Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines.

     In 1988, the Japan Agricultural Exchange Council (JAEC) was established and responsible for this program until now.

     The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC) of Thailand assigned the Department of Agriculture Extension to manage the training program for preparing young farmer leaders. Overall operation is to select young farmer leaders and train them on basic agriculture, Japanese language and culture and also support them after the training.

     In 1995, both the Department of Cooperative Promotion and the Department of Livestock Development joined this program.

     Nowadays, the Bureau of Agriculture Foreign Affairs, Office of the Permanent Secretary of MOAC works as a coordinator responsible for managing and communicating among JAEC (Japan) and other departments of MOAC such as, the Department of Agriculture and Extension, the Department of Cooperative Promotion, the Department of Livestock Development, Agriculture Land Reform Office and High land Research Development Institute. They joined to select young farmer leaders to be trained at Farm Youth Promotion Center, the Department of Agriculture and Extension, Amphur              Ta -Moung Kanchanaburi province. After the training the young farmer leaders are selected and be ready to be trained and worked in Japan.

Objectives for Thai young farmer leaders (TYFL) to

     1. Have a chance to practice on farm with Japanese farmers, where they can  gain knowledge in management, technology and Japanese farmers’ process.

     2. Gain much experience and traditional exchange which will make a good relationship between Japanese farmers and Thai young farmer leaders.

Thai young farmer leaders’ qualifications    

     1. Single and without family responsibility   

     2. Male or female without sexual deviation

     3. Farmer whose age is between 20 – 27 years old (not more than 28 years old on the first of April, 2016)

     4. No military service
obligation during working on farm in Japan.

     5. Finished primary school

     6. Healthy both body and mind (The one who passes the training program will have government hospital health check, which must be shown before travelling)

     7. Have good human relationships, characteristics and curious to learn.

     8. Have at least two years agricultural experience and must continue working on farm when they return.

     9. Can participate in a full time training course

    10. Without contagious disease or color blind (doctor certify document), and without any tattoo on body.

    11. No addiction or alcoholism

    12. Not to be convicted in any Court

    13. Parents support, offer and acceptance are met consensually due to comply with the rule of the program or approved young farmer leaders’ qualification by Chief Administrator of the Sub district Administrative Organization (SAO) or Department of Local Administration. 

     Selecting young farmer leaders’ process is very important, so every government officer must select by qualification strictly. TYFL must stay and work in Japan for a long time, where there are so much difference, such as economic, social, cultural, and environment. The trainees must adapt themselves for their living, and hard working. If they are not ready to adapt they will face a lot of problems.  The trainees must have healthy mind in a healthy body to work and live in Japan as well as have skills of problem solving.

     The Department of Livestock Development focuses on TYFL who have worked on   livestock farms, such as cattle, dairy cows, swine and poultry.

     After trainee selection, they get a training contract, including a parent’s guarantee amount 50,000 baht. If the trainee cannot train and work full time in Japan and come back to Thailand before the schedule. They must pay for airplane ticket and pay 50,000 baht for MOAC.   

Application documentary

     1. An identification card

     2. One photograph which taken within the last six months; size - about 2 x 2 inches

     3. A copy of household registration and a copy of parent’s household registration

     4. A copy of education certification

     5. A letter of leader district’s recommendation

Duration

     1. Basic agricultural training program in Thailand, two phases, 90 days

         Phase1 January 2016 

         Phase2 February – March 2016

     2. Training course in Japan, 11 month, from April 2016 to February 2017

Target  20 – 25 trainees to be trained at Farm Youth Promotion Center, and they will be selected only 10 trainees to work in Japan

Training place              Farm Youth Promotion Center, the Department of Agriculture and Extension, Amphur Ta -Moung Kanchanaburi province.

Trainers                       Japanese trainees and ex trainees

Budgeting        Every department supports only trainees who they screen around 50,000 baht per one trainee.

     The test has two steps which the trainees must pass. If they pass the test, they can join the program and go to work in Japan. There is a selection committee, who are from every department to select them.

 Beneficial

Thai young farmer leaders who pass the program will gain basic agricultural knowledge and have skill of Japanese communicate and Japanese culture which will make them to be smart farmers in the future.


Angkana Bruminhent

Chief of research and development on technology transfer subdivision

 
 

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