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Zambia Joined November 19, 2020
4 posts Oct 29, 2021 - Food for Thought from Malawi's Dr. Grace Kaudzu: Raising Up Women Through Agriculture
The Seed Trade Project is funded by the USAID Southern African Regional Office, and provides targeted technical assistance to facilitate the implementation of the SADC Harmonized Seed Regulatory System, which aims to boost seed...
Zambia Joined May 31, 2019
2 posts Apr 07, 2021 - Advanced Technology and Aquaculture: Drones and Artificial Intelligence to Make a Difference
I am an ardent student of agriculture who feels strongly about transforming agricultural practices around the world. Being a farmer myself, I ama big proponent of sharing resources, tools, solutions and expertise with other...
Switzerland Joined February 16, 2021
1 post Mar 23, 2021 - Women's Economic Empowerment in the Coffee Sector: A Journey
I am an independent researcher and consultant based in Europe working in different cultural and geographic contexts in Eastern Africa and in South East Asia.My particular areas of focus are women's economic empowerment, gender in...
Switzerland Joined August 25, 2019
3 posts Oct 14, 2020 - Food Safety Situational Analysis of the Artisanal Seafood Sector in Senegal Technical Learning Note
Switzerland Joined March 17, 2020
1 post Jun 23, 2020 - Adaptation & Reorientation: How Past Lessons Help Future Deliveries
The Lab is a ILO global initiative funded by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) that generates and applies knowledge on how a market systems approach can lead to sustainable decent work.The Lab seeks to go...
South Africa Joined May 31, 2018
2 posts Jun 06, 2018 - Prioritizing Policies for Driving Inclusive Agricultural Transformation
Lulama Ndibongo-Traub's dual citizenship – U.S. and South Africa – signifies an underlying passion for both countries she considers home. Her involvement at Michigan State University (MSU) led to her pursuing her master’s...