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Where are the farmers?

Agriculture and Rural Development
Date: Thursday, 05 October 2017 12:30 - 14:00

Venue: European Commission - Development & Cooperation - EuropeAid  |  City: Bruxelles, Belgium

Farmers' organisations are essential actors with major impact on achieving global SDG goals. The Farmers Fighting Poverty programme of AgriCord alliance works annually with over 200 small holder farmers' organisations in over 60 countries. The programme strengthens farmers' organisations' capacity to provide technical and economical services for their farmer members, improve access to land, credit and markets and represent members' interests in policy making. AgriCord brings experiences from these partnerships into the debate on investing in agriculture.

Introduction:

Leonard Mizzi, Head of Unit, DEVCO C1 - Rural Development, Food Security, Nutrition, European Commission

Presentations:

Lode Delbare, General Director, Trias, Vice-President of AgriCord

Anthony Chamanga, Chief Manager, TAHA, Tanzanian Horticultural Association

Andreas Quiring, Managing Director, Andreas Hermes Akademie, Member of the Board of Directors of AgriCord

Conference language: English
Language Q&A session: English

Registration required via http://bit.ly/2gYblCZ #EUevents

 

 

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