PFMA Collaborates with 15 Palm Oil Training Institutions to Provide Training for 6,437 Participants in 2024

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The Palm Oil Plantation Fund Management Agency (PFMA) is set to collaborate with 15 palm oil institutions to provide training for 6,437 participants in 2024. Photo by: PFMA

PALMOILMAGAZINE, JAKARTA – During the 2024 National Education Day, the Palm Oil Plantation Fund Management Agency (PFMA) entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with 15 training institutions aimed at promoting and enhancing the quality and productivity of the palm oil plantation industry in Indonesia.

These training institutions, located across Indonesia, include notable entities such as PT. LPP Agro Nusantara in Yogyakarta, PT. Global Scholarship Service (IPB Training) in Bogor, Akademi Komunitas Perkebunan Yogyakarta, among others.

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Eddy Abdurrachman, Director of PFMA, expressed full support for these training programs and authorized funding of approximately Rp 84 billion. These funds will be allocated for 11 different types of training sessions, benefiting a total of 6,437 participants across 14 palm oil-producing provinces in Indonesia.

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He also emphasized that palm oil plantation human resource development program would be an important initiative. “The program would escalate not only plantation productivity but also confirm that palm oil industries in Indonesia are sustainably developing,” he said, as quoted from the official page of PFMA, Monday (6/5/2024).

The challenges to realize the 2030 target nationally, such as, increasing crude palm oil (CPO) production up to 60 million tons would be very possible. It needs the supports by developing palm oil plantation human resources to escalate their knowledge, skills, professionalism, independency of planters, and other palm oil plantation societies.

The event was also attended by Chairman of Palm Oil Mill Human Resource Development Committee, Darmansyah Basyaruddin and said that it would be very important to get coordination among training institutions, PFMA, General Directorate of Plantation and other related agencies in the regions.

Head of Service Program Division PFMA, Arfie Thahar ended the event by delivering speech about preparation, implementation, and responsibility about the trainings. It would be conducted in phase for about six months since April 2024. (T2)

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