Platform for African – European Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Second Global Conference on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change

3-7 September 2012.
Hanoi, Vietnam. The Second Global Conference on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change co-organized by Viet Nam and the Netherlands, in close collaboration with other partners, including FAO and the World Bank looked at strategies and practices that can take this comprehensive approach. 

The opening ceremony of the 2nd global conference on agriculture,
food security and climate change, September 6, 2012
The conference allowed global leaders, practitioners, private sector, scientists, and civil society to share experiences and demonstrate how early action on Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) can act as a driver of green growth. 

It was also be an opportunity to take stock of implementation of CSA since the First Global Conference in November 2010.

Africa-related presentations:
  • Yaya Adisa Olatan Olaniran, Chair of the Committee on World Food Security (Download PDF
  • Smallholder farmer response to climate change: perspective and priorities for CSA adoption: Dyborn Chibonga (World Farmers Organization) (Download PDF
  • Malawi CSA national implementation: Wilfred G. Lipita (Malawi) (Download PDF
  • Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change: Mary Karanja, Assistant Director, Ministry of Agriculture, Kenya (Download PDF
  • Elements of an integrated approach, for landscape management: Nurudin Chamya, Coordinator, National Forestry Resources Monitoring and Assessment, Tanzania (Download PDF
  • Sustainable land management and climate smart agriculture in Ethiopia: Melaku Tadesse National Coordinator, Sustainable Land Management Program. Ethiopia (Download PDF
  • The role of Policy in Agricutural Production and Climate Change Adaption: Evelyn Anmubiru-Mwaura, AGRA (Download PDF )

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