The Organizing Committees

Ahmad Bayhaqi Chief Executive Officer

Secretary General 1 Freta Kirana B

Secretary General 2 Ainun Silvia

Chief Operation officer Asusti

Chief Finance officer Aulia Kusuma

Event & Operation Laras Pratiwi

Media & Publication Akhmad Furqon

Sponsorship & Fundraising Agustin C

Consumption Adha Waskito

Equipment & Transportation Rizki Maulana

international meeting. The aims of IAAS are to promote the exchange knowledge. It is committees are spread in Universities in over 43 countries worldwide. we organization activities like seminars. IAAS Indonesia have 6 Local Committees (LC). working groups. and to improve the mutual understanding between countries and cultures. non-political. LC Brawijaya University. working camp. landscape architecture etc. exchange weeks. .INTERNATIONAL WORKING CAMP  About IAAS Founded in 1957 in Tunis by 8 countries. LC Padjajaran University. IAAS Indonesia was founded in 1991 and become a full member in 1992 at 35 th IAAS World Congress Belgium. information and ideas among students. majoring or researching in agriculture and related areas like forestry. The International Association of Students in Agriculture and Related Sciences is non-governmental. To do this. an international exchange program etc. and non-profit making organization. the international association of students in agriculture and related sciences (IAAS) is at the moment one of the world’s organizations biggest studentsand one of leading agricultural students association. LC Haluleo University. they are LC InstitutPertanian Bogor. LC Diponegoro University. food sciences. LC Negeri Semarang University. IAAS gathers student studying.

Education Briefing materials intended to give a knowledge to participants and public about the environment around the area. community service. extracting natural resources. IAAS LC IPB. In agriculture sector. While in maritime we spend two nights and three days respectively. . IAAS LC UNS. The concept "Triple Helix" will include two activities. Agriculture and Maritime.e. This activities include : “Triple Helix”. The Environmental and Rural Department is going to make a change and to reform the program into International level with three goals. This year we are covering not only the local and national level. and togetherness. utilization and brotherhood. but we are also inviting participants from other countries. The three main objective scan actually be regarded asasystem.interrelation and mutually continuous package in the concept of "Triple Helix" such as education.e. Thus the participants were not only members of the Local Committee in Indonesia such as IAAS LC UB. What is I-WoCa The concept of the Working Camp 2012 is different from the previous years. The utilization is maximizing the local genius in order to maximally utilize the local potentials. and community. it creates a sense of mutual safeguard and preserve the environment. So. So it creates a sense of mutual safeguard and preserve the environment. The Brotherhood is an activity perform to build a sense of brotherhood and solidarity among the organizers. i. This activities include : A. participants. but also from some members of IAAS students from a broad. In WOCA activity participants will be provided on the nature of knowledge and experience to improve the quality and personality of participants. There are : 1. IAAS LC UNDIP. The education is like presenting materials intended to give knowledge to the participants and the public about the environment around the area. IAAS LC UGM. i. This event will be held for four nights and five days. Seminar This activity is giving a knowledge or the concept about condition environment related with the theme that will be the prime idea which is hanged up by speaker. it takes two days and two nights.

Sharing experience This activity is where the participant stay in one forum then there is a speaker share their experience usually about the way how they get success or something related with the environment to increasing our spirit to be better. Making water filter is one way to supply clean water. B. Discussion In this session committee giving a topic to the participant then they looking for how the solution or break up the problem. 2. Utilization The game is done using the utilization of the local potential can be utilized to its optimum and efficient. C. . Handling of fish This activity to practice the participant in order can handle fish as good as fisher with the right technically and right method. This activities include : A.B. Making water filter The destiny of this activity is utilized something that unused thing to be something value. This part make participant or practices the participant to brave to show up their idea.

Brotherhood Activities undertaken to build a sense of brotherhood and solidarity among the organizers. C. Conservation mangrove can help or have many function such as abrasion. Mangrove conservation As we know mangrove give so many influence for the environment beside them. A. Where participant can refreshing their mind. as the place where fish living.Their give best thing to increase social services. teamwork and increasing the brotherhood sense. Auction for social service Where the participant and committee can auction their equipment or everything that they have to help another.C. Games Games is multifunction way. . B. There they can feel how’s life like that so make their sense grow up and more sensitive of care each other. get more solidarity and feel how’s life is like without thinking the problem that they have. participants and society. etc 3. Participant activities with the community Where the participant will be gather become as one with the community. Having fun.

tigers. Batik. Sundanese. Endemic species. wooden carvings. dugongs. The major ethnic groups are: Minangkabaunese. Frequently featured in these events are dances. Kalimantan. Arab. Kalimantan. Maluku and Papua are still largely covered with tropical rainforest. The warm tropical waters of the archipelago nurture a rich marine environment that holds a myriad of fish. Maduranese and Ambonnese. such as orangutans. Sulawesi and Papua.000 islands. particularly in the coastal cities. Open savannah and grassland characterize Nusa Tenggara. onehorned rhinos. Rainy Indonesia's tropical climate and unique geographical character provide shelter for flora and fauna that are as diversely rich as its land and people. Chinese and Indian immigrants have also settled in regions throughout the country. Four-fifths of the area is sea with the major islands of Sumatera. Indonesia's multi-racial and multi-religious culture mean festivals steeped in traditions are celebrated throughout the year. high-temperatures and humidity. About Indonesia Consisting of more than 17. Geographically. The plant and animals in Indonesia's western region represent that of mainland Asia while those in the eastern region are typical of Australia. the vast Indonesian archipelago spans 5. positioned between the Asian and Australian continents. Javanese. which are the pride of Indonesia exist in the central region. anoas and komodo dragons. Malay. elephants. The 300 ethnic groups that exist harmoniously give birth to a potpourri of cultures and fascinating people. A cultural heritage passed on through generations offers a wealth of traditional arts and crafts. Indonesia's landscape is greatly varied. whereas Sumatra. The lowland that comprise most of Indonesia has a characteristically tropical climate with abundant rainfall. Java. weavings. wayang theaters and other performing arts. coral species and marine mammals. Sulawesi. . Java and Bali have the most fertile islands and rice fields are concentrated in these two regions.120 km across the equator. silverworks and many other traditional skills produce exquisitely beautiful items.

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