Research and Extension Systems

Webinars

Type: Webinars
Year: 2020

19 May 2020 - The recording of the webinar is available here

The global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is expanding daily. Governments around the globe are confronted with multiple challenges related to minimizing the devastating health impact and protecting human lives, livelihoods and ensuring sufficient food supplies and the functioning of services to those most in need. Between present disruptions and future threats to the food supply chain, the COVID-19 outbreak has generated extreme vulnerability in the agriculture sector. 

Extension and Advisory Service (EAS) systems, through their network of actors (public,...

Type: Webinars
Year: 2020

Webinar presented by FAO and the National Agency for New Technologies, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), Italy
9 June 2020- The recording is available here

FAO signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in July 2018 with the Italian Research Institutions: the National Research Council (CNR); the Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA); the National Agency for New Technologies, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (

Type: Webinars
Year: 2020

Webinar jointly organized by FAO’s Research and Extension Unit (AGDR) and the FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia
10 June 2020 - The recording of the webinar is available here
The global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has generated extreme vulnerability in the agricultural sector. Governments around the globe are confronted with multiple challenges related to minimizing the devastating health impact and protecting human lives, livelihoods and ensuring sufficient food supplies and the functioning of services to those most in need.
Extension and Advisory Service (EAS) systems, through their network...

Type: Webinars
Year: 2020

Webinar jointly organised with the FAO Regional Office for sub-Saharan Africa
30 June 2020 - The recording of the webinar is available here.

The global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has generated extreme vulnerability in the agricultural sector. Governments around the globe are confronted with multiple challenges related to minimizing the devastating health impact and protecting human lives, livelihoods and ensuring sufficient food supplies and the functioning of services to those most in need. 

Extension and Advisory Service (EAS) systems, through their network...

Type: Webinars
Year: 2020

9 November - The recording of the webinar is now available here.

The pluralistic Extension and Advisory Services (EAS) systems, which recognise the diversity of EAS providers, need to respond multiple demands of a range of clients that go far beyond production and technology transfer. Such response of EAS also include strengthening capacity for innovation processes in production, mechanization, postharvest, storage, market linkages, nutrition and climate change. To effectively respond to the increased demands and remain a relevant partner of farmers and rural communities, governments, and small and medium...

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