BROWSE RESEARCH BY PEOPLE
Mr Do Dang Huy
Southern Centre for Agricultural Policy and Strategy, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Mr Do Dang Huy has over 10 years’ research experience in agriculture market analysis, value chain analysis, collection and processing of market data, and applying information technology in production and agribusiness management. Mr Do will further develop his experience and skillset in the mango supply chain development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
October 8, 2018
Mr Do Manh Hung
Southern Centre for Agricultural Policy and Strategy, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Mr Do Manh Hung has 10 years’ experience working in agriculture and rural development projects.  His key areas of research include public policy analysis, green development, value chain structure governance and assessment, agricultural commodity development, and policy recommendations for agricultural and rural development.  Mr Do will further develop his knowledge and experience in the mango supply chain development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
October 8, 2018
Mr Nguyen Duy Duc
Sub-Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Post-Harvest Technology (SIAEP), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Mr Nguyen Duy Duc is the former Director of Sub-Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Post-Harvest Technology and is an experience postharvest researcher. His research interests include storage, processing and preservation of crop produce, pack house operations, and quality assurance and control systems. Mr Duc is an experienced project leader in postharvest research and development projects and ee will be using this expertise in the mango supply development project.
March 4, 2018
Ms Ebony Faichney
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland Government, Mareeba, Australia
Ms Ebony Faichney is a graduate Development Horticulturist in the Horticultural Forestry Science team. Following her studies at James Cook University, she was awarded a position with the Queensland Government Greater Graduate Program. Ebony’s broad science degree has seen her gain knowledge in soil properties and processes, sustainability, tropical entomology and hydrology, remote sensing technology, environmental management and climate change. Ebony is enthusiastic about agricultural development to improve sustainability, profitability and production. Her current work is focused on orchard intensification practices and plant training systems, improving cyclone resilience of tropical agriculture and enhancing international exports of Australian mangoes. She is developing her knowledge and experience in the Mango Information project.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/006: Supporting access to mango research information, communication, collaboration and capacity development
February 17, 2018
Ms Samantha Frolov
Australian Mango Industry Association, Brisbane, Australia
Ms Samantha Frolov is the mango Industry Development Officer (IDO) for Australia. She is responsible for managing industry engagement, research and development, crop forecasting, quality testing, industry extension, export and biosecurity activities. Samantha has been working in agribusiness roles since 2010 where she managed product placement for domestic and export markets. She is skilled in management and strategic planning and has the ability to build strong relationships and establish good networks.  She is developing her knowledge and experience further in the Mango Biosecurity project.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/008: Opportunities and strategies to improve biosecurity, market access and trade for selected mango markets
March 7, 2018
Ms Ivory Galang
Philippine Institute for Development Studies, Quezon City, Philippines
Ms Ivory Galang is an early career researcher engaged in economic modelling studies with other research interests in child labour, poverty, and spatial data analysis. She is completing her master’s degree in statistics at the University of the Philippines. Ivory has completed postgraduate studies in public policy at the University of Tokyo and her undergraduate qualification in development studies at the University of the Philippines Manila. She is developing her knowledge and experience in the Mango Biosecurity project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2016/008: Opportunities and strategies to improve biosecurity, market access and trade for selected mango markets
March 14, 2018
Ms Tran Thi My Hanh
Southern Horticultural Research Institute, Tien Giang province, Vietnam
Ms Tran Thi My Hanh has over 15 years of research experience in insect pest identification, insect morphology, ecology and applying integrated pest management on crops such as mango, longan, rambutan, citrus, and sweet potato. She has worked with cooperatives and farmer groups on the requirements of VietGAP and GlobalGAP standards. Ms Hanh will be using her expertise in the mango supply development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
January 13, 2019
Ms Pham Nhat Hanh
Sub-Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Post-Harvest Technology (SIAEP), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ms Pham Nhat Hanh is a researcher in the Post-Harvest Equipment and Technology Department engaged in food processing and preservation technology research. She has over 8 years’ research experience, in the areas of advancement of export and domestic markets for Vietnamese fruit through improved post-harvest and supply chain management. Ms Hanh will further develop her knowledge and experience in the mango supply chain development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
March 4, 2018
Dr Meiying He
College of Economics & Management,South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou, China
Dr Meiying He is an Associate Professor at South China Agricultural University in South China. She graduated with her PhD in 2012 in Agricultural trade and rural finance from South China Agricultural University. Dr Meiying has rich experience in the research of tropical and subtropical fruit trade and market. Her research focuses on agricultural trade and agricultural technology economics. Dr Meiying has published more than 30 publications so far and led a number of research projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Government of Guangdong province in recent years.
  • AGB/2016/007: Challenges and opportunities for meeting requirements of China mango markets
July 15, 2018
Mr Nguyen Thanh Hieu
Southern Horticultural Research Institute, Tien Giang province, Vietnam
Mr Nguyen Thanh Hieu is the Head of Research Administration and International Relation Department and is an experienced researcher in the area of horticulatural and plant protection of fruit and vegetable crops in Vietnam. His research interests include flower manipulation of horticultural crops, pests and diseases management for fruit and vegetable crops and the requirements of VietGAP and GlobalGAP standards. Mr Hieu will be using his expertise in the mango supply development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
January 13, 2019