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AgriProFocus network day

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Date:Wednesday November 15 2017

YOU ARE INVITED TO THE AGRIPROFOCUS KENYA NETWORK DAY 2017! The Annual Network Day has in the past 5 years attracted all the stakeholders in the agri-food sector: government agencies, research and academia, private sector, development partners and farmer organisations. The results have been increased partnership development, business deal making, knowledge sharing; and a clear… Read more »

3rd International Conference on Global Food Security: Global Challenges, Local Solutions and Connected Pathways

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Date:Sunday December 3 2017

The triple burden of malnutrition affects all countries in the world Malnutrition, including over- and under-nutrition and micro-nutrient deficiencies, is the top contributor to the global disease burden. Globally, 800 million people are under-nourished, 2 billion are overweight or obese and 2 billion are micronutrient deficient. The vast majority of the world’s hungry live in… Read more »

4th Global Science Conference On Climate Smart Agriculture

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Date:Tuesday November 28 2017

The 4th Global Science Conference on Climate-Smart Agriculture (The 4th GSC-CSA) takes forward the initiative on research and science started in October 2010 with the aim to bring science to bear on practical advances in scaling up climate smart agriculture. Three scientific conferences have been held so far (University of Wageningen in 2011; University of California, Davis in 2013 and… Read more »

COP23 side event: Agriculture Advantage: The case for climate action in agriculture

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Venue:German Development Institute (DIE)
Date:Tuesday November 14 2017

Based on previous sessions which articulate the different dimensions of climate actions in agriculture, this event will call on countries, international organizations and businesses to take cognizance of the advantage offered by climate investments in agriculture, and urge stakeholders to come together for the transformation required within the sector. Due to limited space, this event… Read more »

COP23 side event: Scaling up private sector climate actions in agriculture

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Venue:Meeting room 4, Bonn zone
Date:Monday November 13 2017

Private sector-led climate actions are key to helping countries achieve goals set out in their NDCs. This event will share experiences of private sector climate actions in agriculture and identify lessons for scaling up such efforts. Agenda: 15:00 – 15:02 Welcome, side event objectives, introduction to speakers Tony Simons, Director General of the World Agroforestry… Read more »

COP23: The science-policy interface for climate-smart agriculture in action: What are the lessons learned?

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Venue:The Crop Trust, Platz Der Vereinten Nationen 7, Bonn 6
Date:Friday November 10 2017

Agriculture is likely to be the sector most affected by the impacts of climate variability and change. At the same time, many countries have pledged to reduce their emissions following the landmark Paris Agreement in 2015, and many developing countries thus included agriculture and land use change in their NDCs both as a mitigation opportunity… Read more »

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