About EVEO

Institute events vary from regular seminars to workshops, trainings, conferences and special events. EVEO provides direct services such as event supervision, physical set up, audio visual assistance and other logistical requirements such as arrangement for food, accommodation and transportation.

Around 50,000 visitors, including dignitaries, scientists, faculty, students, government representatives, media, agricultural technicians and farmers, among others come to the Institute to learn about developments in rice research and technology, gain hands-on experience in rice production and discuss possible collaboration.

Riceworld Museum and Learning Center is IRRI’s treasure trove of general information on rice.  Designed for the general public, exhibits include permanent displays on the importance and influence of rice  as food, as part of the environment, livelihood and on culture.

Aside from providing information on scientific research on rice, Riceworld also showcases one of the biggest collection of rice farming artifacts in the Philippines and sets up temporary rice exhibitions in local and international locations.