The Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network (CSAYN) is launching seven hubs across the globe through which it aims to educate the young people on how to increase agricultural productivity, adapt to climate change and reduced emissions of greenhouse gases.
Rwanda Climate Services for Agriculture project awarded the first ever Climate Smart Agriculture Project of the Year 20180Comments
At the inaugural Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Summit 2018 held by the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF), the Rwanda Climate Services for Agriculture project was announced as the winner of the first Climate Smart Agriculture Project of the Year Award.
Online discussion: Partnerships, innovations and financing for youth in climate-smart agriculture | 23 April-21 May34Comments
Join the online discussion and share your views on making climate-smart agriculture activities attractive and accessible to the youth.
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Climate-smart agriculture has a profound impact on Kenya. The country is incredibly vulnerable to crises from extreme weather due to the reliance on climate-sensitive natural resources. The agriculture sector is a major contributor to the national GDP, which also leaves Kenya’s economy weak during periods of flooding or drought. The World Bank has recently approved… Read more »
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Online discussion on Scaling Up Climate Smart Agriculture: Integrating Youth and The Digital Revolution90Comments
Scaling Up Climate-Smart Agriculture: Integrating Youth and The Digital Revolution September 19 – October 20, 2017 Agriculture is the single largest source of income for rural Africans and contributes to a quarter of the continent’s GDP. The agricultural sector occupies more than 70% of the labor force and contributes to food security and poverty reduction…. Read more »
Engaging African Youth in Agribusiness in a Changing Climate Online Discussion Forum 12th July to 12th August 2017 Agriculture is a key sector in most African countries and accounts for nearly half of Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP). With rapid population growth in Africa in the past two decades, per capita food grain production… Read more »