Hilda Hussin

Hilda Hussin is responsible in managing Social, Economic & Policy and works closely with CFF’s research programmes to support and strengthen socioeconomic impacts for identified projects. Some of her work includes: conducting socioeconomics surveys, linking researchers with local farmers and liaising with project stakeholders to ensure mutual objectives between parties are achieved. She has also conducted training to improve farm workers’ agricultural knowledge and polish entrepreneurial skills among the B40 group, which was sponsored by government and private entities.
Prior to joining CFF, Hilda was a Forestry Officer at TSH Resources Berhad, a company which operates in the cultivation, processing and refining of oil palm. She has been an Associate Member of the International Institute Plantation Malaysia (IIPM) and has experience lecturing and supervising Agriculture & Plantation Management students from UiTM, UPM, Asia e University and Centre of Foundation Studies for Agricultural Science (PASP). 
Hilda obtained her Master’s Degree in Science (Agribusiness) from Universiti Putra Malaysia, which was funded by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. Her research area was in food supply chain management focusing on green logistics. 

Latest publications :

1. Journal of Agribusiness Marketing, Year: 2013, Volume: 6, Page 1-13. Buyers’ Preferences among Pepper Farmers in Sarawak. Authors: Hilda Hussin, Nitty Hirawaty Kamarulzaman, Mohd Ghazali Mohayidin, and Jatie Enchi.
2. International Business Management Journal, Year: 2012, Volume: 6, Issue: 5, Page No.: 584-589, DOI: 10.3923/ibm.2012.584.589, Perceived Benefits of Green Logistics Practices by Malaysian Food based Manufacturers. Authors: Hilda Hussin, Nitty Hirawaty Kamarulzaman, Amin Mahir Abdullah and Azmawani Abd Rahman.
3. Guides Book International Conference on Agribusiness Marketing, Year: 2012, page: 49, Green Warehousing Initiatives towards Environmental Sustainability: Adoption and Performance in the Malaysian Food-Based Industry. Authors: Hilda Hussin and Nitty Hirawaty Kamarulzaman, Amin Mahir Abdullah and Azmawani Abd Rahman. Publisher: Universitas Jember Indonesia.
4. Malaysian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Year: 2011, Volume: 24, Issue: 6, Exploring the Potential and Challenges of Malaysian Agro-Food Industry’s Involvement in the implementation of Environmental Logistics Practices. Authors: Hilda Hussin and Nitty Hirawaty Kamarulzaman. (In press).
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