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Le Forum pour la Recherche Agricole en Afrique (FARA) organise un atelier régional sur « la participation des jeunes à la phase de mise en œuvre du programme de transformation du PDDAA – KIS » du 9 au 10 mai 2013 au siège du FARA à Accra, Ghana.

The Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) and the Young Professionals’ Platform for Agricultural Research and Development (YPARD)-Africa are searching for young agri-preneurs who would like to showcase their work during the FARA Science Week. The invited agri-preneurs will get the opportunity to exhibit their work through the market place. In addition, they would like to invite young and innovative professionals to take part in the youth and gender side-event.

The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) and Faculty of Agriculture (University of Mauritius), are convening a National Agricultural Youth Policy Dialogue on the 12 April, 2013 at the University of Mauritius, Reduit. The objective of the dialogue is to deliberate on the issues of youth involvement in agricultural policy processes and especially those policies aimed at mainstreaming youth. A number of studies point to the fact that youth do not necessarily play a major role in the development of policies.

FARA is the apex organization for agricultural research for development in Africa. The FARA Secretariat is the lead institution for Pillar IV of NEPAD’s Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) which encompasses agricultural research and technology dissemination and adoption. FARA works closely with sub-regional organizations (SROs) and national agricultural research and extension systems to ensure effective implementation of CAADP activities. FARA is seeking to recruit a qualified individual to join its team as Social Media Intern.

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ICT and Youth in Agriculture in Africa (Report)