In this region, CIRAD is working with its partners - research organizations, universities and departments of agriculture - to better understand the main issues surrounding climate change mitigation and biodiversity preservation, so as to support the drafting of national and regional public policy.
The agricultural sector in the Indochinese Peninsula is highly dynamic, notably thanks to the emergence of new players of global importance, and remains extremely diversified. Paradoxically, it can also be a source of exclusion. This is why CIRAD is conducting action research projects with its partners, with a view to supporting development in the sub-region for the benefit of the rural world, to counter the economic weight of its main emerging neighbours.
Around thirty CIRAD researchers are working at national and regional research centres, higher education establishments and rural development organizations.
Priority is given to regional certificate courses
Collaboration with higher education establishments in the region. Certificate courses and vocational training, PhD schools, workshops, teaching sessions, study trips and other courses.