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Type: Webinaires
Year: 2021

Side event at the 8th TAP Partners Assembly organized by the Commission on Sustainable Agriculture Intensification (CoSAI) in collaboration with the Asia- Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI), the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), and FONTAGRO.

Type: Webinaires
Year: 2021

Side event at the 8th TAP Partners Assembly organized by the European Alliance on Agricultural Knowledge for Development (Agrinatura), the DeSIRA-LIFT project, the Directorate-General for International Partnerships of the European Commission (DG INTPA) and the DeSIRA initiative.

Type: Webinaires
Year: 2021

The videos and PPTs from the webinar are now available here

The webinar was organised jointly by the European Union (EU) funded ‘AgriLink’ project and the Research and Extension Unit (OINR) of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). It aims to explore the opportunities, challenges and potential pitfalls associated with the current trends in the digital delivery of extension and advisory services (EAS) to farmers – with a specific focus upon the empowerment of small and family farmers.

Type: Webinaires
Year: 2021

The TECA Platform contains a wide range of practices that promote regenerative agriculture from different parts of the world. All practices have been tested by farmers on their farms for a number of years with positive results.

In this webinar we present practices focusing on experiences and lessons learned from adoption of good practices related to regenerative agriculture, in particular we are highlighting successful practices that improve soil fertility through mulching tree residuals. The first practice Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration was successfully applied and replicated in many countries in Africa, South-eastern Asia and the Caribbean. The second practice The Inga tree...

Type: Webinaires
Year: 2021

6 April 2021The recording of the webinar is now available here. 

The pluralistic Extension and Advisory Services (EAS) systems, which recognise the diversity of EAS providers, nowadays need to address many more demands of a wider variety of clients that go far beyond production and technology transfer. Hence, the EAS systems are challenged to transform themselves to encompass innovative entrepreneurship models and rapidly develop entrepreneurship capacities. To that end, EAS actors and institutions require specific conducive environment that would ensure fast progress and scaling up.

Recognising the increasing...

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