Introducing: CSAYN Cameroon Country Coordinator

This week, the family of CLimate Smart Agriculture Youth Network was blessed with the news of the appointment of a hardworking young man as Country Coordinator for the Cameroon chapter. Pastor Vitalis Agwe is a God-living family man and a passionate agripreneur who has initiated exciting ventures such as the production and distribution of fresh …

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CSAYN-The Gambia Maiden Meeting

On Friday, 4th August, 2017, Climate-Smart Agriculture Youth Network-The Gambia better known as CSAYN-The Gambia, held its first meeting at the Global Youth Innovation Network Gambia Chapter (GYIN Gambia Chapter) secretariat in Churchill’s Town in the Kanifing Municipality. The meeting started with an individual prayer and then followed by introduction of journalists, youths and students. …

CSAYN Ethiopia launches at the African Union-IBAR High Level Meetings

The Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network (CSAYN) Ethiopia Chapter held its official launching at the African Union – IBAR High Level Meetings in Addis Ababa - concluding the three days deliberation with a youth vibrancy. This makes CSAYN’s first officially launched East African Chapter and 7th globally after Cameroon, DRC, Nigeria, Togo, Ghana and Canada. …

Funding Available for Agribusiness in Ghana

GAAAP would like to offer ten (10) Ghanaian agripreneurs a subsidised fee for GAAAP Module III: Trade and Partnerships Development in Accra, Ghana from Tuesday - Wednesday, August 8-9, 2017. The fee will be reduced from $200 to $50 for the first ten Ghanaian agripreneurs. Feel free to forward this to other Ghanaian agripreneurs that might be interested in attending. To …

From Food To Money in The Pocket: Engaging African youth in climate-smart agriculture

Agriculture requires innovative technologies and solutions in order to meet the increasing food demand due to growing population in the coming years. African governments with support from non-governmental organizations, international agencies and research institutions need to establish enabling environments and incentives to support youth initiatives to take up agriculture.”Dr Maren Radeny, CGIAR Research Program on …

SDG training at International Humanitarian Technology Conference 2017

During this IEEE International Humanitarian Technology Conference SDGs Training event, Ravi Karkara, Melinda Rooke, Kaileigh Faith and Joan Kerr discussed an overview of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to the participants of the training session. Ravi explained all 17 Sustainable Development Goals and their progression from Millenium Development goals as defined by the United …