Events

eventscatdescipThe Future Agricultures Consortium participates in many conferences and workshops. We also watch for important agriculture policy “windows” and report them here.


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FAC-Hosted Events
FAC-Hosted Events
May 13, 2010 / Events
FAC co-hosts annual events to highlight key issues related to FAC work in Africa.

Conference Gigiri Naaiap
March 18, 2010 / NAAIAP

NAAIP Impact
March 18, 2010 / NAAIAP

Fertiliser Subsidies: Lessons from Malawi & Kenya
Fertiliser Subsidies: Lessons from Malawi & Kenya
March 4, 2010 / Conferences
Opportunities, Challenges and Future Prospects: presentations and panel discussion 10 February 2009 PanAfric Hotel, Nairobi. As Kenya’s food crisis is declared a national disaster and 10 million people face hunger, scientists from the Future Agricultures Consortium have set out new

Achieving Pro-Poor Growth through Agriculture: The Challenges
March 4, 2010 / Workshops
The Future Agricultures consortium convened six meetings to discuss key issues in agricultural policy for pro-poor growth. The meetings took place at ODI's offices in London and began in October 2006 with 'Effective Rural Institutions: The Missing Link in Market-based

High Level Expert Forum on How to Feed the World 2050
High Level Expert Forum on How to Feed the World 2050
January 22, 2010 / Events
12-13 October 2009 The Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN FORUM) hosted the online-discussion "How to Feed the World in 2050''. The discussion gathered views from a broad range of interested parties to prepare for discussions at the

Toward an “African Green Revolution”
January 22, 2010 / Events
Kofi Annan, the Chairman of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) and Louis Michel, European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid recently kick started a process aimed at implementing a truly participatory and pro-poor African Green Revolution

Put Farmers First To Transform Agriculture
January 18, 2010 / Farmer First
Agriculture and food are urgent global priorities with farmers on the front line of some ofthe world’s most pressing issues. Putting farmers at the vanguard of responses to thefood crisis and climate change in Africa and beyond is vital. Putting