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Jul. 17, 2020

2020 Project 02: The 25th Meeting of the FFTC Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)

2020 Project 02: The 25th Meeting of the FFTC Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)

On July 21, 2020, the Center will hold the 25th TAC Meeting via videoconference. The FFTC management and Taiwan TAC members will be at the BAPGHIQ office conference room while the rest of the TAC members will join the online discussion from their respective countries.

Type of activity: Meeting
Date & venue: July 21, Videoconference
Organizer: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region

Rationale

The FFTC’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is composed of 11 leading agricultural scientists/experts in the ASPAC region. In the FFTC-TAC meeting, these experts perform the following roles during the meeting, which is held once every two years: 1) review and provide advice on FFTC’s policy, program, and themes in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of FFTC’s working programs and activities; 2) deliberate on the priorities of agricultural needs and requirements of countries in the region; and 3) recommend the suitable directions and strategies to improve the performance and effectiveness of the Center’s operation. The FFTC 2019-2020 strategic action plan was approved in 2018, and it served as the scheme for FFTC’s annual activities in 2019 and 2020. It was suggested, in the 24th TAC meeting, that the strategic action plan should be revised and made into a 4-year rolling plan to fit with the dynamic technology movements. The themes of the strategic action plan will serve as a basis for charting the Center’s four-year annual activities. The 24th TAC meeting was held on July 23 to 26. The 25th TAC meeting is going is scheduled on July 21, 2020.

Objectives

•    To review the 2021-2024 FFTC Strategic Action Plan.

•    Evaluate the Center’s activities undertaken in the past two years.

•    To give advice on the Center’s future activities that address common agricultural and food issues in the Asian and Pacific Region.

•    To suggest potential partners for broader impact activities.

Expected participants

•    Twelve TAC members and the whole FFTC management and staff.

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