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Coconut Industry Propels Global Collaboration

Coconut Industry Propels Global Collaboration: A Resolute Commitment for Sustainable Growth

July 10 saw a vital meeting uniting stakeholders from NAM CSSTC and International Coconut Community (ICC), driving the coconut industry forward through global collaboration. Field visits were highlighted, gathering crucial info and devising a roadmap for sustainable growth. Long-term rejuvenation and quality seeds were prioritized.

The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) of Indonesia considered at the meeting as playing a pivotal role, recognized for its crucial involvement. Leveraging vast expertise and resources, MoA-Indonesia is expected to propel the coconut industry towards a progressive trajectory.

In a remarkable display of global solidarity, the ICC has made a resolute commitment to bolstering capacity within the coconut industry. The ICC aims to empower individuals and organizations by harnessing expertise from both national and international sources. This collaboration seeks to equip stakeholders with the essential knowledge and skills needed to thrive in the ever-changing landscape of the coconut industry.

Exciting prospects have emerged during discussions revolving around potential coordination between the NAM and the ICC. Both organizations are contemplating a collaborative webinar scheduled for August. The primary objective of this webinar is to facilitate knowledge exchange, encourage sharing of best practices, and identify opportunities for mutual growth, thereby fostering a more interconnected and resilient coconut industry.


Core discussions also centered on Indonesian researchers exploring coconut exchange with the Philippines. Emphasizing reciprocity, these exchanges promise cross-border cooperation and innovation, benefiting both nations’ coconut sectors. Win-win outcomes envisioned.

To maximize outcomes in the short and medium term, attendees stressed the importance of prioritizing local accessions or varieties for hybridization. By embracing local wisdom and characteristics, the coconut breeding process can yield customized varieties that cater to regional needs and preferences, thereby further bolstering the progress of the industry.

As a testament to the commitment towards fruitful cooperation, a crucial meeting with the Philippine Coconut Authority is scheduled to take place. During this meeting, the discussions will revolve around sharing best practices, exploring joint research initiatives, and identifying areas for potential partnership, bolstering the coconut industry’s trajectory towards greater prosperity.

The outcome of this momentous meeting holds great promise for the coconut industry’s future, promising new avenues of collaboration, knowledge exchange, and sustainable growth. With a shared vision of elevating the coconut sector and creating a positive impact on communities and economies alike, stakeholders stand united in their resolve to foster a thriving and resilient coconut industry for generations to come.
(Muhammad Ramyrazd Syaddad).

 

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