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Training and Capacity Building
All CountriesYvonne Achieng (Bopinc), Misha Gericke (SAIS 2), G...

The Southern Africa Innovation Support Programme (SAIS 2) is a regional initiative that supports the growth of new businesses by strengthening of innovation ecosystems and promoting cross-border collaboration between innovation role players in Sou...

Training and Capacity Building
Impact Of Aquaculture Training On farmers’ Income: Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial Evidence In Ghana
GhanaCatherine Ragasa, Sena Amewu, Seth Koranteng Agyak...

Aquaculture in Ghana is experiencing tremendous growth, led mainly by large-scale commercial cage operators. A major objective of the government and its partners is to ensure that this rapid growth is sustainable and includes small-scale farmers and...

Training and Capacity Building
Gender Mainstreaming In Agribusiness Partnerships
All Countries2SCALE

Inclusive agribusinesses will play a critical role in the coming decades, not only to feed 9 billion people by 2050, but also to create job opportunities and improve livelihoods for those least integrated into economic channels. An inclusive agribusi...

Training and Capacity Building
Promoting Women Leaders In Agribusiness
All CountriesRose Nduta

Women across the globe play significant roles in agricultural value chains. They play central roles, from production to post-harvest processing - which are often key determinants of the size and quality of the final agri produce. However, women are l...

Training and Capacity Building
Making The Most Of Food

By 2050, the Earth’s population will increase by two billion. How will we sustainably feed a growing population, without depleting the planet’s resources? We have to make the most of food and the resources needed to produce it. Circular agriculture i...

Training and Capacity Building
AMEA Annual Learning Report
All CountriesAMEA

This report examines the value of regular, standardized assessments of Farmer Organisations, how this assessment process links to the capacities developed, and how quickly these capacities can be improved. It also analyses whether this improved “prof...

Training and Capacity Building
Entrepreneurship In Egypt: 2022 Ecosystem Overview

This report provides an overview of the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Egypt, including mapping of existing programs and initiatives in key areas of the ecosystem, and identifying specific gaps and potential interventions that could expand support to...

Training and Capacity Building
Empowering Youth To Engage In Responsible Investment In Agriculture And Food Systems
All CountriesFAO

Engaging young women and men in an agricultural sector characterized by an ageing labour force is crucial to ensure sustainable food security, reduce youth unemployment and combat unplanned migration. By harnessing their innovative potential, utilizi...

Training and Capacity Building
FAO E-Learning Academy: Major Achievements For 2021
All CountriesFAO

This publication describes the activities and initiatives implemented by the elearning Academy in 2021. 2021 was an exceptionally productive and successful year with over 700 000 learners throughout the world, more than 90 FAO multilingual elearning...

Training and Capacity Building
How To Build And Recognize An All-Star Startup Team
All CountriesStartLife

The success of any startup depends largely on its founding team. In fact, ‘not the right team’ is often cited as one the main reasons for startup failure. No wonder that startup accelerators, investors, strategic partners and customers are very inter...

Training and Capacity Building
Introduction to Solar Drying
KenyaSamson L. Opanda

Drying, in the context of agriculture, refers to the process of removing moisture from crops. After harvest, a crop will have inherent moisture that it accumulated during the growth phase. The moisture creates a favorable environment for microbial ac...

Training and Capacity Building
Positioning of African Farmers Organizations in the Context of the AfCFTA
All CountriesPan African Farmers Organisation

In regard to agriculture, intra-African agricultural trade is particularly underexploited owing to high import tariffs, other non-tariff barriers (such as health and safety standards), low productivity, and a lack of rural connectivity. So, the AfCFT...

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