ACTIVITIES OF EACH COMPONENT

Introduction of some scientific results of the project at World Congress of Reproductive Biology 2017

Results on project’s in vitro fertilization using Ban frozen sperm experiments and vitrification of Ban oocytes experiments were introduced at the 4th World Congress of Reproductive Biology holding in September 2017. Dr. Nguyen Viet Linh (IBT) and Dr. Nguyen Khanh Van (NIAS-V) have attended the Congress, discuss with scientists all over the world on reproductive …

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TOT for veterinary and para-vet in Da Bac

From 29 August to 1 September 2017, Project team of VNUA – Assoc. Nguyen Van Thanh, Dr. Bui Thi To Nga, Vet. Nguyen Van Tuan, Dr. Nguyen Van Phuong, and Japanese experts – Dr. Kenji Kawashima, Dr. Hayashi, Dr. Makoto Osaki conducted a training course for local veterinarians and para-vet in Da Bac town, Da …

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Training of Model farmers

From 2nd July 2017 to 5th July 2017, the Japanese experts and VNUA lecturers conducted a training of Model farmers in Cao Son commune, Da Bac district, Hoa Binh province. The objective of the training is provided knowledge and skill on food formulation in local pig production as well as introduced the use of herb …

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First pure Ban blastocysts from project’s IVP system

In the framework of in vitro production of native pig embryo, the first experiment for fertilization of Ban oocytes with Ban sperms has been carried out with over-expected success: Dr. Tamas Somfai, to gather with IBT staffs, has produces first pure Ban blastocysts in a high rate (20-25%) and some of blastocysts could even hatch …

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Dr. Hayashi Visits Model Farms in Cao Son Commune, Da Bac District, Hoa Binh 24 – 27 April, 2017

It has been almost one year since the Project started to work with the model farms in Cao Son Commune, Da Bac District of Hoa Binh. Currently, there are 6 model farms, 1 boar farm, each in Rang Village and Tam Village, and 1 experiment farm in Rang Village in Cao Son Commune. During one …

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Some updated project activities in IBT

        Up to May 2017, new equipments have been transferred, installed, and utilized for project’s activities at the Institute of Biotechnology. Currently, new lots of Ban sperm: TLB-008, BAN-001 and BAN-002, produced in cooperation with NIAS-V (Dr. Phan Le Son, CMU1) last January and February, are now subjected to evaluation of fertility …

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Investigation of native pig genetic resources and sampling in Son La and Dien Bien provinces

From October 20 to November 6, 2016, the project team conducted a survey and collection of biological samples of native pig breeds in Son La and Dien Bien provinces where are thought to have more purer and native pigs kept by the local people. In Dien Bien province, the representative of project managment unit joined …

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Seminar on results of “Training needs assessment for local veterinary and agricultural extension staffs, farmers in Hoa Binh province”

On the 16th of December, JICA SATREPS Project Management Unit toghether with a research group of the National Institute of Animal Science, organized a workshop on “Training needs assessment for local veterinary and agricultural extension staffs, farmers in Hoa Binh province” in order to share the results of research on the training needs of actors …

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Seminar on “Branding of Hoa Binh native pig”

On the 16th of December, JICA SATREPS Project Management Unit toghether with a research group of the National Institute of Animal Science, has organized a seminar on “Branding of Hoa Binh native pig” to share the results of research on building the brand of agricultural products, methods of brand maintainance and development. Participants in the …

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Short-term Study in Japan about Vitrification Procedures for Embryos, 20 Feb – 18 March, 2017

One of the outputs of the Project is to “develop cryopreservation methods for oocytes and embryos of Vietnamese native pigs”. This short-term study was to train Vietnamese counterpart on skills to undertake experiments to develop the most appropriate method of cryopreservation for embryos production. Embryos were produced by in-vitro maturation, fertilization and culture of Landrace …

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