SPKS Socialized Scholarship by PFMA in Palm Oil Center: Available April 5th–May 24th, 2024

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SPKS Socialized Scholarship Program by PFMA in Palm Oil Center Available from April 5th to May 24th, 2024. Photo by: SPKS fot Palmoilmagazine.com

PALMOILMAGAZINE, JAKARTA – To prepare skilled human resources among the youth and promote palm oil cultivation practices, the Serikat Petani Kelapa Sawit (SPKS) is urging high school graduates from various palm oil plantation centers to register for scholarships provided by the Palm Oil Plantation Fund Management Agency (PFMA).

This program targets high-achieving former students who aim to pursue higher education at colleges and universities, specializing in cultivation and palm oil management subjects. Registration for the program is facilitated through PFMA, with support from the SPKS secretariat located in palm oil plantation centers.

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Sabarudin, Chairman of SPKS, emphasized the organization’s commitment to encouraging youth participation in palm oil plantation activities within their regions. By acquiring education in palm oil-related fields, it is anticipated that they will gain the necessary knowledge and insights to responsibly and sustainably manage plantations in the future.

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“We hope the young generations as the future ones would cultivate palm oil plantations in Indonesia sustainably,” Sabarudin said to Palmoilmagazine.com, Saturday (27/4/2024). Sustainable and best cultivation in smallholders’ practices would make the plantations be more productive and escalating their welfare.

He also mentioned the scholarship registration would be from many regions in Indonesia as the next generations. That is why SPKS actively invites the parents who work as smallholders to register their children to get the scholarship which would be available from on 5 April to 24 May 2024.

SPKS secretariat would be pleasant to help the registration in many islands in Indonesia.

“Hopefully, young generations’ involvement would make others get the economic progress which derives from palm oil (sectors),” Sabarudin said. (T1)

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