Dompu (Suara NTB) - The New Zealand embassy visited Dompu to see the progress after Year One in the East Indonesia Innovative Farming Systems and Capability for Agribusiness Activity (IFSCA) led by New Zealand’s Massey University (www.massey.ac.nz) in cooperation with Indonesia’s Mataram University.
Dompu Regent, Drs. H. Bambang M. Yasin in his speech, Thursday, April 6, 2017 expressed his hope that this IFSCA program can be expanded and extended in time. In 2016 five farmer groups joined the programme and have drylots including water collection, and the target is for 10 additional groups in 2017, but already 15 new farmer groups have signed up.
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April 6th 2017