​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​AIT RRC.AP Participated in the ASEAN Digital Knowledge Platform Workshop on Waste Management

  30 May, 2024

     Bangkok, Thailand​

On 30 May 2024, the ASEAN Municipal Solid Waste Management Enhancement (AMUSE) Workshop session on the Development of the ASEAN Digital Knowledge P​latform on Waste Management in the Tourism Sector was held in Bangkok, Thailand. Representatives from the ASEAN Secretariat, AWGESC, relevant partner ministries of ASEAN Member States, NGOs, and AMUSE consultants, including DESMA Center from Indonesia, AIT RRC.AP, and Pimclick from Thailand attended the workshop.


The workshop aimed to present and gather feedback on the ASEAN Knowledge Platform on Waste Management in the Tourism Sector. Additionally, it introduced the AMUSE regional training in waste management and sustainable tourism, which will be held online starting 5 July 2024, targeting to enhance the capacity in ASEAN's touristic destination.


Mr. Bishal Bhari from AIT RRC.AP highlighted the training program's key elements and features, focusing on the environment, tourism, SMEs, and relevant stakeholders. The training program will cover topics related to the circular economy, waste management, and sustainable tourism practices. AIT RRC.AP also emphasized that the diversity of participants attending the training will provide an opportunity to address the entire supply chain and integrate varied knowledge backgrounds. ​


Mr. Huno Solomon Kofi Mensah from AIT RRC.AP also facilitated a group discussion session using the World Café method to gather insights on the training needs, how to reach the maximum number of participants, and how to ensure the training's sustainability. AIT RRC.AP played a pivotal role in these discussions, collecting valuable suggestions and recommendations to enhance the training's reach and impact.

Module 1 of the training program is scheduled to be delivered on 5 July 2024.  Please regi​ster now to be part of this transformative training initiative here.​

For more information on this training "AMUSE Regional Training Program in Waste Management and Sustainable Tourism". ​