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Netherlands Joined May 14, 2021
1 post May 24, 2021 - Identifying Entry Points for Effective Seed System Interventions
Conny Almekinders is Associate Professor at the Knowledge, Technology and Innovation group, Department of Social Sciences of Wageningen University. She obtained a PhD from the same university, based on her potato crop physiology...
South Africa Joined July 17, 2018
6 posts Aug 03, 2020 - Private Sector Youth Engagement in Uganda: Is this Sustainable?
Kristin Davis has a PhD in international agricultural extension with a minor in farming systems from the University of Florida. In 2004 she started work as a researcher with the International Food Policy Research Institute...
Netherlands Joined February 01, 2012
1 post Dec 05, 2019 - Digital Developments for Africa’s Agriculture
Benis the Team Leader, ICTs for Agriculture at CTA, the Netherlands. He is an expert in digitalisation in agriculture - the intersection of digital solutions for agriculture, big data and analytics, innovative business...
Netherlands Joined August 24, 2018
2 posts Jun 27, 2019 - E-Conference Responding to Fall Armyworm in Asia, 10-12 July
I'm working as network coordinator for the Thematic Network on Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). I'm also working as postdoctoral research fellow in the Missing...
Canada Joined April 27, 2018
3 posts Jun 29, 2018 - Research, Innovation and Inclusive Finance: the Recipe for Agricultural Productivity and Food Security
Canada Joined November 15, 2017
1 post Apr 23, 2018 - Interactive Radio has Potential to Serve Rural Citizens
Communication for development expert with 9 years of professional experience in program development, design and evaluation; project management and coordination. Specialization in monitoring, evaluation and learning and knowledge...
Finland Joined March 01, 2018
1 post Mar 14, 2018 - Better Nutrition and Health for Families Through Local Educational Videos – the GloCal Project