The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) is a non-profit organization established by the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) in 1966.
SEARCA is mandated to provide to the participating countries high quality graduate study in agriculture; promote, undertake, and coordinate research programs related to the needs and problems of the Southeast Asian region; and disseminate the findings of agricultural research and experimentation.
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AJAD Vol. 16 No. 2 launches the new look of AJAD, highlighting the image of a molave tree (V. parviflora), prized for its dense, durable wood. A distinct part of the SEARCA logo, the tree has come to prominence in the journal’s new cover design, emphasizing a commitment to continually improve AJAD’s quality and broaden its reach across Asia and beyond.AJAD 16.2 features six papers from four countries: the first two measures rice production efficiency using data envelopment analysis (Myanmar), and performance of communal irrigation systems (Philippines); the next two tackles Indonesia’s agricultural households, particularly food demands, and income inequality of oil palm plasma farmers; another Philippine paper studies the technical efficiency and social capital in tilapia production; and the final paper discusses transformative learning ground-up approach to sustainable development in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta.