About Nguyen Van Kien
My work is serving plant genetic resources conservation and use intervention for food and agriculture development (PGRFA) in Vietnam. We design, develop, carry out platform and strategy, programs on PGRFA and relevant areas, including consultancy, training activities. Currently, we are trying to focus on diversity and evolution works of crop and wild crop relatives (CWRs)in the contexts of climate changes, nutrition and health styles and ecosystem services payments and environments as well as values series of culture, spirit and religions that plant genetic resources contribute to sustainable human social development against future challenges. I hope that we could exchange experience, idea and innovation to contribute in developing a better world. We are looking forward to hearing your feedback, support and cooperation soon
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Hi everyone, greeting from plant resources center (prc), hanoi, vietnam. We would like to express interest and cooperation in edible, useful and economic wild plants in Vietnam. This cooperation will contribute to promote bio-culture/economy as well as reversing biological diversity loss and restoring genetic resources.
Interested anyone is welcome at PRC
It is nice to hear from you soon