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2014-07-10
ASEAN Foundation Biennial Report 2012-2013 (pdf, 4.26MB)

2013-07-29
Microsoft - ASEAN Foundation ICT Curriculum 2013 - Student Handbook (Vietnamese language) (pdf, 38.8MB)
 
 


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ON-GOING PROJECTS

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COMPLETED PROJECTS

1) Workshop for ASEAN Promotion Campaign for VAY2002
  Project No. 033
  Implementing Agency: ASEAN Promotion Center on Trade, Investment, and Tourism (APC)
  Fully mindful of the importance of accelerating the promotion of ASEAN tourism in Japan to help ASEAN tourism industry recover from the hardship it is currently facing, APC plans to implement various tourism promotion activities in 2000, One of it's major activities is the participation in the world trade fair, Tokyo the largest international tourism-related fair to be held in Japan in 2000, where APC will appeal fascinating ASEAN tourist destinations to the Japanese travel trade agents and potential tourist.
   
2) ASEAN Tourism Missions
  Project No. 045
  Implementing Agency: ASEAN Promotion Center on Trade, Investment, and Tourism (APC)
  "Fully mindful of the importance of accelerating the promotion of ASEAN tourism in Japan to help ASEAN industry recover from the hardship it is currently facing, the centre successfully implemented the ""Workshop for Visit ASEAN Campaign"" in September 2001 in Osaka with Financial assistance from Japan-ASEAN Solidarity Fund of AF. "
   
3) Promotion of BIMP-EAGA as A Single Destination: with Emphasis on Natural and Cultural Tourism Resources
  Project No. 085
  Implementing Agency: Government of Japan with ASEAN-Japan Centre
  This activities based on the region BIMP-EAGA that adopted the concept of economic cooperation scheme involving the four countries in 1992, and the East ASEAN Growth Area (EAGA) was officially launch in 1994. The principal goals are to create jobs, income and improved quality of life through increased trade, tourism, and investments in the growth area
   
4) "ASEAN Puppetry Human Resources Development: 1st ASEAN Puppetry Festival "
  Project No. 100
  Implementing Agency: Sena Wangi
  The culture of Wayang and the art of puppetry exist in various forms in all countries of ASEAN and form a part of its cultural heritage, as defined in the ASEAN Declaration on Cultural Heritage. Due to shortage of qualified human resource in this field, the culture of Wayang and the art of puppetry in ASEAN are in danger of being pushed aside by the influence of globalization and modern western-oriented electronic media. There is therefore an urgent need for systematic development of human resources for conservation and development of puppetry, in order to avert an increase in cultural poverty.
   
5) First Meeting of the ASEAN Puppetry Association (APA)
  Project No. 108
  Implementing Agency: Sena Wangi
  The culture of Wayang and the art of puppetry exist in various forms in all countries of ASEAN and form a part of its cultural heritage, as defined in the ASEAN Declaration on Cultural Heritage. Due to shortage of qualified human resource in this field, the culture of Wayang and the art of puppetry in ASEAN are in danger of being pushed aside by the influence of globalization and modern western-oriented electronic media. There is therefore an urgent need for systematic development of human resources for conservation and development of puppetry, in order to avert an increase in cultural poverty.
   

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The ASEAN Foundation was established by the ASEAN Leaders in December 1997 during ASEAN’s 30th Anniversary Commemorative Summit to help bring about shared prosperity and a sustainable future to all 10 ASEAN Member Countries, namely, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam.

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