Preliminary research of PEKARANGAN (Indonesian home gardens), Satoyama (Japanese eco-village) and Kihamba/Shamba (Kilimanjaro and Swanga, Tanzania staple food garden) have been conducting by Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin (Landscape Management Lab./IPB), Prof. Jun Ikeno (Africa Studies Center, Kyoto Uni.), Dr. Hirokazu Higuchi (Tropical Agriculture, Kyoto Univ.), Dr. Ueru Tanakan (Research Institute for Humanities and Nature, Kyoto), and Prof. Mohammed Sheiks (State University of Zanzibar). These researches was started on August 19, 2013 in Zanzibar Island, and Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania till August 30, 2013. Then, it’s extended by pekarangan research in Bogor and Cianjur from September 1 till September 6, 2013.

The detail Agenda, as follows:

19 August 2013: Leave Jakarta for Dubai, Dar es Salaam, Stone Town Zanzibar Island, Tanzania

20 August 2013: State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) and Stone Town Zanzibar

21 August 2013: Jozani National Park-Muyuni-Kizimkaji

22 August 2013: Kizimbani Spice Gardens (Government and Community)

23 August 2013: Donge Muntambile – Home gardens

24 August 2013: Kiwenga Nature Forest, moved to Dar es Salaam

25 August 2013: Dar es Salam – Moshi City Kilimanjaro

26 August 2013: Rombo Kilimanjaro – KIHAMBA system

27 August 2013: Mwanga Kilimanjaro – SHAMBA System

28-29 August 2013: Amani Nature Forest and UETCO

29 August 2013: Tanga – Dar es Salaam

30-31 August 2013: Dar es Salaam – Dubai – Jakarta

01 September 2013: IPB Berkebun, Tegal Waru Mixed Farming – Pekarangan Nanggung, Bogor

02 September 2013: Urban Pekarangan Sentul City, and Mixed Farming Cijanti

03-04  September 2013: University Networks for Tropical Agriculture Symposium

05 September 2013: Pekarangan Cisarua and Gede-Pangrango National Park

06 September 2013: Janpanes and Tanzania Researchers leave Indonesia for their countries

 

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