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Asian Agricultural Youth Human
 Resources Development Project

A project that supports the future of agriculture in ASEAN countries!

A project that supports the future of agriculture in ASEAN countries!

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS

1.History of Asian Agricultural Youth Human Resources Development Project


1.History of Asian Agricultural Youth Human Resources Development Project

history of ODA business

Objective

Objective

As part of the Japanese government's ODA project (government development assistance), agricultural youths from ASEAN countries, etc.

will acquire Japanese-style production technology through agricultural training that combines practice at Japanese farmers and specialized education at agricultural education institutions, as well as food.

By acquiring the knowledge and know-how to improve the added value that is indispensable for building a value chain, we aim to contribute to the development of domestic agriculture and to develop human resources who can be a bridge with Japan.

アセアン地図を背景に握手するイメージ
海外からの農業研修生の集合写真

Above) Group photo of past trainees. A moment between busy training.

2.Training flow

2.Training flow

flow chart of asean agricultural training

STEP1.
During the first two weeks

STEP1.
During the first two weeks
STEP1

During the first two weeks after entering Japan, all trainees will have an orientation.

After the reception ceremony, the trainees will take a Japanese language class and a lecture on agriculture. In addition, this training will also cultivate the attitude of the training life, such as the way of thinking and approach when living and working in rural Japan.


right) Opening ceremony

オープニングセレモニーの様子

STEP2.
9 months after basic training

STEP2.
9 months after basic training
STEP2

Immediately after completing the basic training, each trainee will be assigned to farmers all over the country and the farmer training will begin.

You can study at farms of various occupations that meet the trainees' wishes, such as vegetables, fruit trees, dairy and livestock.

By living and working with the farmer, you can learn not only agricultural technology but also advanced management technology.


Right photo) One frame during training at the accepting farmer

Below photo) One frame during training at the accepting farmer

研修の合間の記念撮影

STEP3.
Once you get used to the work of the host ..

STEP3.
Once you get used to the work of the host ..
STEP3

About three months have passed since I was assigned to a farmer, and when the trainees have become accustomed to work, the trainees will gather in one place again and group training will be held.

Although it is a short training of about 10 days, lectures centered on the department are given, and by interacting with trainees working at other farms, various Japanese agriculture can be experienced.

It's an opportunity to learn.


Right photo) State of school lesson training

Below photo) State of school lesson training

学課研修の様子

STEP4.
Finally, look back on the training and complete it

STEP4.
Finally, look back on the training and complete it
STEP4

At the end of the 9-month farmer training, the final training will be held for 4 days.

By looking back on the training, after reflecting on the lessons learned in Japan, the completion ceremony will be held and the training in Japan will end.

研修修了

3.About the recipient of farmer training

3.About the recipient of farmer training

The trainees of this project are accepted by many farmers nationwide, from Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south.

Farmer training is an opportunity for trainees to learn about agricultural technology and Japanese culture, and it is also a grassroots international exchange place for host farmers to come into contact with the culture of other countries.

We are looking for new farmers who can accept trainees in the future.

We are also recruiting from prefectures other than those listed, so if you are interested, please see "6. Recruitment of Accepting Farmers".


(Map below) The light blue prefecture is the municipality where the host farmer is located.

(Map below) The light blue prefecture is the municipality where the host farmer is located.

Hokkaido

Aomori Prefecture

Iwate Prefecture

Miyagi Prefecture

Fukushima Prefecture

Tochigi Prefecture

Ibaragi Prefecture

Chiba Prefecture

Tokyo

Saitama Prefecture

Kanagawa Prefecture

Nagano Prefecture

Shizuoka Prefecture

Aichi Prefecture

Fukui Prefecture

Kyoto

Wakayama Prefecture

Okayama Prefecture

Hiroshima Prefecture

Ehime Prefecture

Fukuoka Prefecture

Saga Prefecture

Kumamoto Prefecture

Miyazaki Prefecture

Okinawa Prefecture

農家研修の受入先

2019 Acceptance Results

2019 Acceptance Results

4.Follow-up after returning to Japan

4.Follow-up after returning to Japan

We survey and follow up on agricultural management in our home countries for trainees 5 to 10 years after their return to Japan.

Farmers who have been accepted in Japan also participate in the follow-up tour to check whether they are practicing the techniques they have taught and to give advice tailored to the site.

フォローアップ

1. Follow-up tour

1. Follow-up tour

After returning to Japan, we are conducting a tour to observe local efforts for alumni of trainees who run agricultural management in their own country.

Not only the staff of the association but also some of the host farmers are participating.

アンケート調査の実施

2. Questionnaire survey

2. Questionnaire survey

We will investigate the activity status such as what kind of course the trainee alumni are following after returning to Japan and whether they can make use of their learning in Japan.

The results are fed back to the training in Japan.

交流会

3. Local exchange meeting

3. Local exchange meeting

It is a place for continuous exchanges, such as reuniting with Japanese farmers, making memories bloom, and reporting on the latest situation.

5.Recruitment of host farmers

5.Recruitment of host farmers

We are looking for a host farmer who will support our business.

We are looking for people who sympathize with and cooperate with the association's business of raising young people who will be responsible for agriculture in Asia in the future.

Please refer to the following outline for application details and application form.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the person in charge of the association.

受入農家募集

Accepting farmers, recruitment requirements

Accepting farmers, recruitment requirements

Conditions

Conditions

①. Being an alumnus of the Society's overseas agricultural training or being a member of a prefectural organization.

②. A farmer who understands the purpose of this project well and has a spirit of service and cooperation.

③. A farmer with excellent agricultural management and agricultural technology.

④. Create a farmer training plan (Attachment 2) based on the farmer training plan preparation guidelines (Attachment 1), and follow it. A farmer who can instruct trainees.

⑤. A farmer who treats trainees as a member of the family and can provide food and housing free of charge.

⑥. A farmer who can always provide a weekly holiday.

⑦. A farmer who can give trainees an opportunity to become familiar with Japanese culture and rural society.

⑧. A farmer who can actively strive to understand the culture of the trainees.

⑨. A farmer who is a member of a prefectural organization that is a regular member of the Society.

Cost

Cost

Approximately 1 million yen (depending on the year)

Acceptance of ASEAN Trainees

Download application documents

Download application documents

Farmer registration form (Word document)

Guidelines and Training Plans (Word document)

6.Past business report

6.Past business report

For those who want to know more about this project, the following two reports are posted.

(1) "Training business report" that summarizes the details and results of training in Japan.

(2) "Follow-up survey report" that summarizes the course and efforts of trainee OBs after returning to Japan.

Click the report you want to view to open another page, which you can view on your browser. You can also download it.

クリップボードイラスト

Training business report

Training business report

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Follow-up survey report

Follow-up survey report

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CONTACT

CONTACT


For inquiries about this project and other inquiries, please contact the following inquiries.

Inquiries about overseas farmer training projects

Inquiries about overseas farmer training projects