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Expanding the reach and benefits of digital agriculture

The Gender, Agriculture and Rural Development in the Information Society initiative was established in 2002 to support projects aimed at leveraging ICTs to enhance farmer knowledge and productivity. But did the programme help to close the gender and…

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Dec 4

Catalysing actionable knowledge to make next-generation ACP agriculture work for women

As a continuation of the “experience capitalisation” activity, the third series of experience capitalisation workshop focuses on how selected information and communication technologies (ICT), digital and business linkage interventions can directly benefit women in agri-food value chains, give them voice and connections, and make their activities more profitable, productive and resilient. Pa…
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Wageningen, Netherlands

Oct 16

Leveraging CTA’s innovation experiences to inform next generation ACP agriculture

Drawn from their extensive experience in implementing innovative agricultural approaches across ACP countries, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and their partners possess diverse expertise in agriculture and rural development. In particular, the strengths of the organisation include digitalisation, agribusiness, youth entrepreneurship…
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Wageningen, Netherlands

Aug 1

Building capacity for institutionalising food safety tracking in African Union member states

Through the Malabo Declaration in June 2014, African heads of state and governments made a commitment to accelerated agricultural growth and transformation, for shared prosperity and improved livelihoods. African leaders committed their countries to the mutual accountability of results and actions, within a biennial review process which involves tracking, monitoring and reporting on the progres…

Jul 4

VALUE4HER launch

Women are actors in numerous agricultural value chains, offering huge potential for their participation in markets, but few are involved in the business end of the chain. Women often lack access to competitive markets; they lack the technical, leadership and management capacities to lead agribusiness for growth and are often limited in accessing business intelligence necessa…
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Along Valley Road, Nairobi, Kenya

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