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Official Program




Friday, 30 October 2020

Room 702, Ta Quang Buu library, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

No 1 Dai Co Viet Road, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam

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8h45-9h00 RECEPTION
  Welcome remarks by Prof Huỳnh Đăng Chính, Vice-president of HUST and Dr. Michael Bruckert (CIRAD)
  Introduction of the Food2CiVN project by Assoc. Prof. Phạm Hải Vũ (UBFC)
  Group picture
9h30-12h30 MORNING SESSION - Mapping the food flows
9h30 Production and consumption – what data tell us? Hoàng Minh Huy (IPSARD) and Phạm Hải Vũ (UBFC)
10h15 Wholesale and retail sale of vegetable at urban markets of Hanoi, result from a quantitative survey. Phạm Hải Vũ (UBFC) and Lê Như Thịnh (FAVRI)
10h45 Coffee break
11h00 The evolution of supermarket and safe food shop in vegetable supply. Nguyễn Thị Tân Lộc and Nguyễn Thị Sáu (FAVRI)
11h30 Street vending in Hanoi, the place of street vendor in the system, Quentin Le Loirer (CCCE)
12h00 Benchmarking the food environment along a rural to urban transect. First findings of a survey under the CGIAR Research Program: Agriculture for Nutrition and Health, Phạm Thị Mai Hương (CIAT)
12h30 LUNCH
13h30 – 15h00 AFTERNOON SESSION – Processing and tracking the food
13h30 eGap - Solution for food safety in Viet Nam, Nguyễn Hữu Dũng, Nutrition and Food Safety Institute
14h00 Application of digital technology for geographical indication and origin tracking of agricultural products, Hoàng Hữu Hạnh and Lê Anh Hoàng, Digital Agriculture Cooperative (DAC)
14h30 Adding values to fruits and vegetables through processing, Vũ Thu Trang, Hanoi University of Science and Technology
15h00 - 15h30 Coffee break
15h30-16h30 ROUND TABLE

-         Ideas and proposals for future collaboration (networking, joint projects)

-         Building capacity for food processing and food safety in Viet Nam

-         Others

16h30-16h35 Closing remark
  • Each talk is composed of a 15-min presentation followed by 15-min questions and answers.
  • Oversea participants can attend Food2CiVN via MS Teams
  • The workshop will be in English


Last update: 27 Oct 2020