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Que signifie ARDYIS ?

ARDYIS est un cadre d'actions qui a pour but de renforcer les capacités et les opportunités des jeunes dans le seceur agricole à travers les TIC dans les pays ACP (Afrique, Caraibes, Pacifique).

Le Prix des meilleurs blogs sur la jeunesse et l'agriculture (YoBloCo Awards) et l'initiative "AgriHack Talent" sont deux de ses activités principales.

Il s’est tenu à Kinshasa, du 29 février au 04 mars 2016, un atelier sur “Opportunité d'apprentissage du Web 2.0 et des Médias Sociaux (web2fordev)”. Organisé par le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale ACP-UE (CTA) et l’Institut international d'agriculture tropicale (IITA) en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC), cet atelier était une opportunité pour initier quelques agripreneurs et autres participants à une sélection d’applications du Web 2.0 et apprendre à les utiliser de manière pratique et participative. Les participants, parmi lesquels nous trouvons quelques agripreneurs, ont eu l’opportunité de suivre et de prendre part à la pratique de ces applications innovantes.

Mercredi 22 Juin 2016 15:40

Call for submission of articles

 

ICT Update magazine is looking for articles for the forthcoming issue, which will focus on ICT entrepreneurship in the agricultural sector (or e-agriculture entrepreneurship), especially by young entrepreneurs.

CTA is interested in articles that explore and present case studies on ICT for agriculture entrepreneurship, especially led by young entrepreneurs (below 40 years of age). More specifically, they are interested in articles dealing with:

  • the opportunities and challenges that occur in e-agriculture entrepreneurship,
  • the nature and market of that kind of entrepreneurship, opportunities for youth employment,
  • the impacts of ICT entrepreneurship on agricultural development, and the implementation of profitable business models.
  • Other relevant topics include funding and investments issues, women entrepreneurs, tips for e-agriculture entrepreneurs for collaboration with telecom operators, etc.

For more information see the link: http://bit.ly/28Ptpcg

 

To support the outreach of the 7th Africa Agricultural Science Week (AASW7) which will take place in Kigali, Rwanda from 13-16 June 2016, and amplify the outreach of the outcomes of the conference, CTA has supported 8 young social reporters from across Africa to join their colleagues from YPARD in Rwanda for a social reporting activity in the framework of the AASW7 conference. Today, they are kick-starting event with a training for the social reporters. A total number of 28 On-site Reporters will work together with a larger, close to 200, team of online reporters for this event.

Meet the on-site reporters. You can start following them on Twitter!

FARA and CTA, in collaboration with YPARD and GFAR, are organising a social reporting activity in the framework of the FARA 7th Africa Agriculture Science Week (AASW7) from 13 – 16 June 2016 in Kigali, Rwanda. To promote the event, its sessions, key messages and outcomes, about two hundred young social reporters (onsite and remote reporters) have been selected to cover the event.

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ARDYIS gagne un prix international grâce aux activités YoBloCo Awards et AgriHack Talent!

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