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Catalysing actionable knowledge for next-generation ACP agriculture

The "Catalysing Actionable Knowledge" project aims to leverage CTA’s knowledge through an adapted experience capitalisation approach. Organised around a series of workshops, it is designed to deliver insights at a portfolio level – across multiple projects – leading to lessons and actionable recommendations.

Building on experiences

Leveraging CTA’s innovation experiences View all in Leveraging CTA’s innovation experiences

Building multi-sided business models for stronger digital agribusiness market development

Three young entrepreneurs working in the digitalisation for agriculture sector have learned the hard way that delivering technology-driven solutions for smallholder farmers in Africa can present special challenges. Here, they share some of their insights, including a survival strategy that they claim is critical to success – diversify or die.

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Youth entrepreneurship for next generation agriculture

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Youth entrepreneurship for next generation agriculture

The figures speak volumes – the world’s farmers are getting older, but the global population is getting younger. Nowhere is this truer than in Africa, where the average age of a farmer is now over 60. Worldwide, the number of people aged 15 to 24 is expected to increase to 1.3 billion by 2050 (UNDECA, 2011), most of whom will be born in developing countries in Africa and Asia, where more than half the population still live in rural areas.

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Helping digital entrepreneurs in the agricultural sector to grow: insights from the CTA's AgriHack Talent initiative


Farm Credibly, a Jamaican start-up among the 2018 Pitch AgriHack winners

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Building multi-sided business models for stronger digital agribusiness market development

Three young entrepreneurs working in the digitalisation for agriculture sector have learned the hard way that delivering technology-driven solutions for smallholder farmers in Africa can present special challenges. Here, they share some of their insights, including a survival strategy that they claim is critical to success – diversify or die.

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Promoting agritourism in Barbados


Farm Credibly, a Jamaican start-up among the 2018 Pitch AgriHack winners

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