Prof. Antoine KANTIZA
- Plans d'action et feuilles de route
- Plaidoyer et sensibilisation
- Développement agricole
- Renforcement des capacités
- Changement climatique
- Technologie numérique
- Développement économique
- Urgences et résilience
- Services financiers
- Sécurité alimentaire
- Systèmes alimentaires
- Gouvernance et développement institutionnel
- Indigenous peoples
- Régime foncier
- Législation et réglementations
- Marchés et échanges
- Gestion des ressources naturelles
- Développement rural
- Protection sociale
I am improving my skills in promoting the share of best practices among smallholder farmers for boosting agriculture Development in developing countries through data driven digital agriculture.
I am involved in varied matters related to food systems as it is displayed on my at profile screenable at https://www.linkedin.com/in/antoine-kantiza-44660325
Antoine KANTIZA is a Former Professor of International Relations Policies at Bujumbura Center of International Relations Studies. Antoine KANTIZA is IEP Peace Ambassador Program Certificate holder since August 2022. It is worth mentioning that in the framework of IEP Peace Ambassador training, he has defended a project of implementing positive peace process in the Great Lakes Region of Africa which is displayed at https://sites.google.com/view/pleadpositivepeaceproject .
He has a strong experience in communication for development and e-communication for sharing knowledge. Also, he is a peacemaker as he broke the blackout of the National Radio Television of Burundi (RTNB), by reopening at midday, the great Kirundi daily news edition kept in huge silence during four days after the beginning of the sad violences of october 1993. He has been Staff Member and Journalist at the National Radio Television of Burundi where he worked hard for bringing hope in Burundi towards its participation in broadcasted magazines for remembering traditional unity of Burundi. In the straight line of peace building, Antoine KANTIZA was the first webmaster of the paramount Burundi website http://www.burundi-quotidien.com replaced by http://www.burundi-quotidien.net and updated respectively by http://www.rtnbdi.bi and http://www.rtnb.bi in editing online Burundi daily news since 1999 while the prior website http://www.burundi-quotidien.com has to display truth of events occurring in Burundi in order to struggle against hate speeches and wrong Burundi news coming from the worldwide in disfavor of Burundi people living in unity and sharing the same culture and Kirundi language since untold centuries.
Antoine KANTIZA has a great academic background and has developed wide range of performances in varied fields of knowledge including smart digital agriculture technologies.
Antoine KANTIZA has been nominated Featured Member of E-Agriculture Community since 2011 due to its involvement in publishing relevant papers highlighting the agriculture best practices towards innovative e-agriculture strategies introduced by new technologies in transforming agriculture productivity in favor of food security to be achieved all over the world as well as for increasing income driven from agriculture and livestock to smallholder farmers from developing countries. Antoine KANTIZA's scientific papers focused on agriculture and livestock best practices are displayed at https://www.e-agriculture.org while some of them are quoted at https://www.linkedin.com/in/antoine-kantiza-44660325
Antoine KANTIZA is owner of AKZ INNOVATION PORTOFOLIO MANAGEMENT CONSULTING which is an Executive Agent of the not for profit association "Promotion of Learning and Education in Distance, PLEAD in acryonym" aiming to overcome to the ignorance and its corollaries named "violence" and "poverty" threatening the welfare of peoples living in the enclosed countries of the Great Lakes Region of Africa.
Antoine KANTIZA has been Senator candidate during Burundi electoral campagn of 2020 in the goal of being the peace springhead in Burundi and in the whole region of sub-Saharian area of Africa including the Great Lakes Region of Africa as well as the East African Community where Burundi country is belonging.
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Prof. Antoine KANTIZA
Performing and Sharing Best Practices of Indigenous Knowledge in Agriculture for more efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems
The performance in integrating indigenous knowledge in agriculture productivity could be a Key pathway of reaching sustainable food security as recent researchs have highlighted that the Indigenous knowledge in agriculture could reinforce the efficiency, the inclusion, the reliance and the sustainability of of agrifood systems all over the world taking account of crops and/or animals growing in varied biodiversity or adverse agro-ecology.
Indeed, my current input is mainly based on the latest publications related to the mandatory integration of indigenous knowledge in agriculture.
The first paper inspiring my post is entitled:" Digitalization of Indigenous Knowledge in African Agriculture for Fostering Food Security" ( KANTIZA, A., and alii, 2021) which has been completed somewhat by the paper : " Indigenous Knowledge is a key for sustainable food system" (ALEXANDRE, A., 2023)
Analysis of performance in food security towards the integration of indigenous knowledge
The two papers are complementaries in analyzing the foundation of agriculture science from the Indigenous knowledge even if the modern agriculture science leads to high productivity by putting before the use of improved seeds, inorganic fertilizers and other pecticides while the Indigenous knowledge safeguards old best practices in using almost the same practices of seeding.
The KANTIZA's paper published by IST-Africa 2021 Conference aims to assess the current indige'ous assess the current state of indigenous knowledge in African agriculture as well as to list the best practices driven from traditional knowledge in African agriculture like the fair and inexpensive system of grains' storage such the ikigega used during many centuries in the Great Lakes Region of Africa and nearby or the system of conservation during long term of foods and seeds mixed with wood ashes found in many countries of Central and East Africa.