Food security

FANRPAN Climate Change Champions participate in the 2nd Africa Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security Conference 2015

The Moth Radio Hour: Farms, fish banks, and an iron roof

Storytellers in this hour are New Voices Fellows from the Aspen Institute who participated in a Moth Community Workshop. A leading advocate for food security reassesses her own relationship to food, a young man dreams of an iron roof for his family, a pragmatic idealist learns to really listen to her friend, and a marine expert tries to bring fish back to Bali.

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Leadership and Partnership to Achieve Global Food Security: Side event at the United Nations Third International Conference on Financing for Development

FANRPAN CEO Dr Lindiwe Majele Sibanda participated in the side event: "Leadership and Partnership to achieve Global Food Security" during the United Nations Third International Conference on Financing for Development. The event was co-hosted by the US Government and the African Union Commission.

FANRPAN CSA Champions to attend the 2nd Africa Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security Conference 2015

1st African Agri-Business Incubation Conference and Expo

African Agribusiness Incubators Network (AAIN) in collaboration with FARA has organized the African Agribusiness Incubators conference and expo to be held in Nairobi Kenya from 28th to 30th September 2015.

Theme: Catalyzing the sustainable transformation of Africa's agriculture through Agribusiness Incubation: Towards job and wealth creation, food security and poverty reduction

Africa's economy is largely agro-based and agribusiness is a key driver to its sustainability than being merely an exporter of raw agri-products.

Technical Discussion Workshop and National Dialogue on Food Standards/Norms Related to Post-harvest Management: Worshop report

Following the activities of the Global Program for Food Security (GPFS), the technical discussion workshop and the national dialogue on food standards/norms related to post-harvest management took place on 29-30 April 2015, at Kaya Kwanga Residential Hotel in Maputo. GPFS aims to increase food security for small holder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa by reducing post-harvest losses at farm and community levels.

Technical Discussion Workshop and National Dialogue on Food Standards/Norms Related to Post-harvest Management

Following the activities of the Global Program for Food Security (GPFS), the technical discussion workshop and the national dialogue on food standards/norms related to postharvest management took place on 29-30 April 2015, at Kaya Kwanga Residential Hotel in Maputo. GPFS aims to increase food security for small holder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa by reducing post-harvest losses at farm and community levels.

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