Date: 22 November 2020 - 29 November 2020
Time: Time: please refer to the table below
Location: Online (Virtual)
Event Type:

The RSPO Secretariat is pleased to host a virtual RSPO Independent Smallholder (ISH) Roadshow for five days from 23 – 30 November 2020. It aims to provide more information and clarification on the certification process of the ISH Standard and support available for independent smallholders.

Some of the interesting topics that will be covered during the roadshow include the RSPO ISH Standard 2019 and the requirements, Land Use Change Analysis (LUCA) for mapping procedures, Smallholder Livelihood Programme, Smallholder Trainer Academy (STA), RSPO Credits, PalmTrace, and many more!

Details of the virtual ISH roadshow are as follows:

Date/Time (GMT+8)

Agenda

23 November 2020

3:00pm – 5:00pm

  • Introduction to RSPO and journey towards Independent Smallholder Certification
  • RSPO Smallholder Support Fund (RSSF)

24 November 2020

9:30am – 12:00pm

  • Introduction to RSPO Independent Smallholder (ISH) Standard 2019
  • How to conduct an internal audit?

25 November 2020

9:30am – 12:00pm

  • Workshop on disclosure form and requirements for submissions of documents for LUCA
  • Workshop on GIS requirements

26 November 2020

9:30am – 12:00pm

  • HCV app workshop
  • Introduction to Smallholder Livelihood Programme and Smallholder Trainer Academy (STA)

30 November 2020

9:30am – 12:35pm

  • Introduction to RSPO Supply Chain and RSPO Credits
  • Introduction to RSPO PalmTrace

Register today by clicking on the link below and join us for these interactive sessions. Please register before 22 November 2020.

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