e-Agriculture webinar: ZFU Ecofarmer Combo - discussing cross-sector partnerships with Mercy Corps
Join us for our next e-Agriculture webinar on cross-sector partnerships in ICT4Ag with Mercy Corps presenting the ZFU Ecofarmer Combo.
When: Wednesday 6 December 2017 at 2 PM UTC
- 3 PM Central European Time
- 4 PM Zimbabwe
Where: Live webinar on Adobe Connect: register here to receive instructions
© Mercy Corps - AgriFin Mobile
The ZFU Ecofarmer Combo is a bundle of services developed by Econet, the largest Mobile Network Provider in Zimbabwe, and the Zimbabwe Farmers Union, with the support of Mercy Corps. It was one of the best promising practices submitted for the e-Agriculture “call for good and promising practices” earlier this year and therefore we have invited Trey Waters and Mildred Makore from Mercy Corps to a live e-Agriculture webinar to discuss this interesting ICT for agriculture innovation with the members of our Community of Practice.
Would you like to learn more about the ZFU Ecofarmer Combo and its impact? How to develop a successful cross-sector partnership in ICT4D? How to face the challenges such partnerships bring? And how to ensure the services meet the needs of the smallholder farmers? Join us for this live webinar with Mercy Corps – register here.
Would you like to know more about the AgriFin Mobile Programme? Go to the project website.
Trey Waters is the Director of AgriFin Mobile, which started in 2012 and is currently working in Indonesia, Uganda and Zimbabwe. He has over eight years experience working internationally with a focus on business and economic development. Trey holds a master’s in Social Enterprise from American University and is currently based in Chicago, USA.
Mildred Makore is currently the Director of Programs for the Mercy Corps AgriFin mobile cluster in Zimbabwe. Mildred is a seasoned financial inclusion practitioner having worked also for the National Payment Systems Department at the Central Bank of Zimbabwe. She holds a Bsc Honours in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe and a Masters in Development Studies from the University of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa.