Environmental Leadership in Climate Change Adaptation for Southeast Asia (ELCCA SEA)


Aims to develop Southeast Asian nationals to play strategic roles in their respective countries toward instituting policies and leading initiatives that primarily focus on CCA in the agriculture and natural resources management sectors.

Intended Participants

Thirty (30) local executives, development planners, technical advisors and researchers who:

  1. display leadership potential; and
  2. are affiliated with a government, non-government or policy-oriented organization that is actively involved in sustainable agriculture, rural development and natural resource management (NRM) at the local/grassroots level.

Date and Venue

6-10 Feb 2012, Maejo University, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Course Fee Live-in rate: US$460.00
Live-out rate: US$440.00
Subsidized live-in rate: US$280.00*
Subsidized live-out rate: US$265.00*

To apply as a fee-paying participant, please fill out the online Application Form.  Application period is from 01 Sep - 13 Dec 2011.
Fellowship grants* Four fellowship grants* are available for this course.
- 3 grants are open to Thai applicants
- 1 grant is open to other Southeast Asian nationals
The grant will cover the grantee’s full participation in the course.
To apply for the fellowship grant, please email Ms. Julienne V. Bariuan, SEARCA Training Specialist <>.  Application period is from 01 Sep - 30 Nov 2011.


Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA)

Maejo University (MJU)

For more information

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Contact person

Ms. Julienne V. Bariuan, SEARCA Training Specialist

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Tel. No.: (+63-49) 536-2365 to 67 local 403.

* Available only to employees of government institutions in any of the SEAMEO member countries, i.e., Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam.