中文|English

第四届东盟+3村官交流项目

1 September 2016

ASEAN+3 - 4th Village Leaders Exchange Program (VLEP) for Poverty Reduction Learning

Agenda

 

Hosted by:

·         International Poverty Reduction center in China (IPRCC)

·         ASEAN+3 Senior Official Meeting on Rural Development (SOM RDPE)

Organized by:

·         Cooperation and Communication Office of the Shanghai Municipal Government, P.R. China

Supported by:

·         ASEAN Secretariat

·         United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

·         Asian Development Bank (ADB)

 

 

Sunday, 18 September 2016

Arrival of international and domestic participants in Shanghai.  Registration at the Shanghai Hotel.

 

Monday, 19 September 2016  (Shanghai Hotel)

07:00-08:30     Breakfast

 

09:00-09:30    Opening

Mr. YAO Hai, Director General of the Cooperation and Communication Office, Shanghai Municipal Government

Mr. TAN Weiping, Deputy Director General, IPRCC

____, ASEAN Secretariat

____, Asian Development Bank

Chairs: Ms. LI Linyi, Deputy Director, International Exchange Division of IPRCC / Prof. LIU Yonggong, China Agricultural University

09:30-09:45    Group Photo

09:45-10:00     Coffee/tea break

 

10:00-10:30    Introduction

Introduction to the Program (Prof. LIU Yonggong)

Participants’ self-introduction (Each delegation has 1-2 minutes to name their participants and background)

 

10:30-12:30    Poverty Reduction in P.R. China, and Shanghai

China’s Experience on Poverty reduction and Rural Development (Mr. TAN Weiping, Deputy Director General, IPRCC)

Shanghai’s Experiences on East-West Cooperation for Poverty reduction and Rural Development (Mr. PAN Xiaogang, Secretary general, Cooperation and Communication Office, Shanghai Municipal Government)

Village Leaders On-site Poverty Reduction Practices (Mr. LIU Wei / Ms. ZHANG Wanting, the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty reduction and Development in China)

Questions and Answers (moderated by Ms. LI Linyi)

12:30-13:30     Lunch break

 

14:00-17:30    Poverty Reduction Approaches in ASEAN Countries (1)

Each country delegation will present 20 minutes the poverty reduction approach and results, and provide examples from the local level. 3 challenges for future development will be raised for later discussion in the panel. Thereafter there will be a 30 minutes questions and answers session.

The case of Cambodia

The case of Lao PDR

The case of Myanmar

Questions and Answers (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

15:30-15:45     Coffee/tea break

 

14:00-17:30    Poverty reduction approaches in ASEAN countries (2)

Each country delegation will present 20 minutes the poverty reduction approach and results, and provide examples from the local level. 3 challenges for future development will be raised for later discussion in the panel. Thereafter there will be a 30 minutes questions and answers session.

The case of Viet Nam

The case of Thailand

The case of Brunei

The case of Singapore

Questions and Answers (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

18:00-19:00     Dinner

 

Tuesday, 20 September 2016  (Shanghai Hotel)

09:00-10:30    Poverty reduction approaches in ASEAN countries (3)

Each country delegation will present 20 minutes the poverty reduction approach and results, and provide examples from the local level. 3 challenges for future development will be raised for later discussion in the panel. Thereafter there will be a 30 minutes questions and answers session.

The case of Indonesia

The case of Malaysia

The case of Philippines

Questions and Answers (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

10:30-10:45     Coffee/tea break

 

10:45-12:15    Poverty reduction approaches in ASEAN countries (4)

The Samaul Udong Movement in the Republic of Korea

History of Poverty Reduction in Rural Japan

New approaches in PRChina

Poverty Alleviation through Torusism – the Case of Leishan Ciounty (Mr. LU Liqun, Derputy County Mayor, leishan County, Guizhou Province)

College Graduates Turing a Poor Village into – the case of Hunan Province (Mr. QIN Yuefei, ____)

Questions and Answers (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

12:15-13:30     Lunch break

 

13:30-15:00    Promoting Farmers’ Cooperative Movement

Capacity Building for Farmers’ Cooperatives in PR China (Dr. LI Erchao, Institute of Village Enterprises Management, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of PR China)

Examples from ASEAN+2 countries

Discussion (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

15:00-15:15     Coffee/tea break

 

15:15-17:00    Poverty Reduction through Agricultural Value Chains

The one village one product program in PR China (Prof. LIU Yonggong, China Agricultural University)

Promoting Inclusive Business (___)

Examples from ASEAN+2 countries

Discussion (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

18:00-19:00     Dinner

 

Wednesday, 21 September 2016  (Shanghai Hotel)

07:00-08:30     Breakfast

 

09:00-10:30    Rural Finance and Micro-Credit for Poverty Reduction

The case of PRC China (Prof. DU Xiaoshan, China Academy of Social Sciences (CASS))

Examples from ASEAN+2 countries

Discussion (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

10:30-10:45     Coffee/tea break

 

10:45-12:30    Village Governance, Public Services, Community Driven Development (CDD)

The case of PRC (Prof. LIU Yongpong, China Agricultural University)

CDD approaches in ASEAN+2 countries, especially Indonesia and Philippines

Discussion (moderated by Prof. LIU Yonggong)

12:30-14:00     Lunch break

 

14:00-17:15    Bottom Up Poverty Reduction – Group Discussions

4 thematic round tables will be created to share experiences on village led poverty reduction in ASEAN+3 countries. To facilitate a more interactive discussion while accommodating the large number of participants, each roundtable will be split into two tables. Delegates from ASEA+3 countries will split to attend various roundtable discussions. The roundtables will be moderated by experts. The results of the discussions will be summarized

The 4 roundtables:

·         Cooperatives (tables 1 and 5)

·         Value Chain and One Village-One Product (tables 2 and 6)

·         Rural Finance and Micro-Credit (tables 3 and 7)

·         CDD and Public Services (tables 4 and 8)

Presentation of the discussions

 

17:15-17:45    Preparing the Field Trip

Introduction of the 5 village case studies

Key questions to be answered during the field trip

Distribution of participants to the village case studies

18:00-19:00     Dinner

 

Thursday, 22 September 2016 (Jinshan District)

07:00-08:00     Breakfast

08:30-10:30     Travel from the Shanghai Hotel to Jinshan District

10:30-11:30     Visiting the Aisuote Botanical Art Company (No. 8622 Caolang Road, Jinshan Distruict, Shanghai)

12:00-13:30     Lunch break (Bohai restuarant)

 

13:30-17:00    Field Visit to Intelligent Agricultural Base (Jinshan District Vegetable Research and Development Center); and to Shinjan Professional Grape Cooperative (No. 7199 Jinshi North Road; No 4218-8 Baiyang Village)

18:00-20:00     Hotel check in in Jinshan, then dinner in the hotel

 

Friday, 23 September 2016  (Jinshan county)

07:30-08:30     Breakfast

09:00-11:00     Roundtable Discussions with Village Leaders and Villagers

Transparence in village administration, and people’s empowerment

Rural economic development, including cooperative-driven income and wealth creation

Rural public affairs management

 

`11:00-12:00   Wrap-up and Feedback

Overall Evaluation

Suggestions and Advices for the Next VLE Course Program

Proposed Follow up Actions

12:00-13:30     Lunch break (village restaurant)

 

13:30-15:30    Visiting Jinshanzu Fishing Village, and Shanyang Countryside Garden

16:30-18:30     Travelling back to Shanghai

18:30-20:30     Hotel check in and Dinner

 

Saturday, 24 September 2016:

07:30-08:30     Breakfast

08:30-11:00     Free time

11:00-13:00     Lunch

Afternoon        Departure of the Participants