Date: Wednesday August 12 2015
1400 – 1500 hrs. East African Time
1300 – 1400hrs South African Time
( Use time converter to find difference between your location and Nairobi, Kenya)
The Climate and Agriculture Network for Africa (CANA) is a knowledge sharing web based platform by a network of partners drawn from the region. CANA brings together policy makers, researchers and practitioners within climate science and agriculture who are seeking to build resilience within African agriculture. The platform fills an important niche by linking climate change and agriculture policy processes with key research and development actors from Africa. The platform will ensure timely sharing and access to information by partners involved. Currently, the CANA platform has 28 registered network organizations but the number is expected to grow in the future. CANA promotes collaboration amongst institutions and partners online and will bring together an increasing group of players within the climate change and agriculture sectors to be involved in conversations on the establishment of best practices for African agriculture.
Key themes in CANA include:
- Building resilience to climate change
- Low emissions development
- Financing climate adaptation
- Policies for adaptation
- Climate-Smart Agriculture
- Gender and Equity
We propose to hold a series of online training sessions to open up CANA for use amongst the increasing group of players within climate science and agriculture sectors.
East African Time Topic Presenter
1400-1405 Welcome and Introduction Catherine Mungai (CGIAR Research Program on
Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security – CCAFS)
1405-1415 CCAFS/ Regional Learning Partnership James Kinyangi (CCAFS)
1415-1425 How research can inform policy Victor Orindi (National Drought Management
Authority – NDMA)
1425-1435 Introducing CANA Vivian Atakos (CCAFS)
1435-1445 CANA Forum Pages Grace Katiku (Pamoja Media Africa)
1445-1500 Questions and Answers Catherine Mungai (CCAFS)
Language: The webinar will be delivered in English.
The session is open to anyone interested in sharing climate and agriculture information relevant to Africa with the different groups of stakeholders.Places are limited. If you are interested to attend the webinar, please sign up here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4112150766420030721
You will receive a confirmation e-mail with a URL access upon registration.
Contacts: For more information, please contact Vivian Atakos (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Grace Katiku (email@example.com).
This Webinar is sponsored by: