Platform for African – European Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Upcoming webinars during the month of September

1 September 2021. WEBINAR/PRESENTATION Report Launch: Advancing Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI) in National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes

2 September 2021. Food, nature, people 
  • A CIFOR-ICRAF event with the Global Landscapes Forum supported by the CGIAR Research Program on Forests Trees and Agroforestry

8 September 2021. 11:30 AM CEST Geospatial technologies for land recordation by FAO and IFAD

6-10 September 2021. AGRF 2021 Summit. Pathways to recovery and resilient food systems (see the full programme). Below are some highlights 
  • 06/09. 11:15 a.m. EAT. E-Extension: Accelerating Building Back Better - Exploring successes in digital advisory services and e-extension systems
  • 06/09. 13h15 – 14h15 (EAT). Technology brokerage for a resilient food system in Africa
  • 06/09. 15.30 to 17.30 (CEST). WUR (Wageningen University & Research), on behalf of LEAP4FNSSA project, is organising a session titled “AU-EU Game Changer for Resilient Food Systems”. This AU-EU Platform is an opportunity for all stakeholders to raise their voice for the transformation they want. Register here
  • 07/09. 11.00 to 12.45. Towards a Farmers Pledge for Africa
  • 07/09. 14.00 to 14.45. Africa Agriculture Status Report (AASR) Launch
  • 08/09. 15.30 to 18.00. Official Launch & Awards Ceremony: Africa Food Prize, GoGetaz, VALU4HER
  • 09/09. 15.00 to 16.45.  Delivering Healthy Diets for People and Planet
  • 10/09. 13.00 to 13.45. Launch of 2021 Africa Agriculture Trade Monitor (AATM)
8 September 2021KM4AgD challenge 2021 - Kick-Off meeting - KM4AgD site at for more details.

8 September 2021. Seventeenth session of the Remote Sensing Determination of Evapotranspiration webinar series under the title “ET Modelling with Copernicus Data

7 - 10 September 2021 ICC Durban South Africa Market Access Africa Connecting The Agri-Food Value chain
Agricouncil member. Delegates will also have full access to Market Access Africa conference and exhibition. This will offer networking opportunities and value chain meetings.

7 - 10 September 2021 Market Access Africa - Connecting the agrifood value chain.

6-10 September 2021 20th Organic World Congress

6-12 September 2021. Intra African Trade Fair 2020

8 September 2021. FAO/MAFF webinar "Inclusive forest-positive agriculture through integrated landscape approaches: the role of government"

  • This webinar will present its role, main outcomes and activities. 
  • The agenda is available here. To register, please click here

  • 13/09. 9-11:30 AM EAT (East Africa Time). SIDE EVENT 1 WORLD FOOD PROGRAM (WFP)
  • 13/09. 12 NOON EAT. SIDE EVENT 2 Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA):  Science to Business Forum
  • 13/09. 3 PM EAT.  SIDE EVENT 5 African Postharvest Losses Information System (APHLIS)
  • 13/09. 17:00 CEST. WEBINAR: Training the Next Generation of Food System Leaders and Researchers by the Consortium for Innovation in Post-Harvest Loss and Food Waste Reduction
  • 14/09. 12.30 – 2.30 PM. Official Opening of the Congress - TECHNICAL SESSION. Framing Presentation on PHL Issues in African Context – Prof. Umezuruike Linus Opara, Stellenbosch University, South Africa Opening Keynote 1: Mr. Máximo Torero Cullen – Chief Economist, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Opening Keynote 2: – Dr. Hans Hoogeveen - FAO Independent Chairperson of the Council
  • 14/09. 2.45 – 4.15 PM. PLENARY SESSION 1: SUBTHEME 1 FOCUS (Cost effective priority actions for FLW measurement within Africa)
  • 14/09. PLENARY SESSION 2: SUBTHEME 2 FOCUS (Saving Africa’s harvest during and post COVID-19 Pandemic – lessons learnt, opportunities to strategize for future natural disasters and pandemics)
  • 15/09. 1.00 PM – 2.30 PM. PLENARY SESSION 3: SUBTHEME 3 FOCUS (Scaling out of innovative postharvest technologies in sub-Saharan Africa: lessons and progress) Moderator: Brett Rierson
  • 15/09. 2.45 – 4.15 PM. PLENARY SESSION 4: SUBTHEME 5 FOCUS (Innovative Financing Mechanisms for Upscaling Postharvest Interventions)
  • 16/09. 1.00 PM – 2.45 PM. PLENARY SESSION 6: SUBTHEME 6 FOCUS (Enabling policies, effective national/regional strategies, experience sharing, Collaborating, Learning and Adapting)
  • 16/09. 2.45 – 4.15 PM. CLOSING PANEL DISCUSSION – The Roadmap to Realization of Malabo 2014 and SDG 12.3 Targets

13-17 September 2021 Land Commons virtual conference

14 September 2021. Global Soil Laboratory Network webinar series: Soil spectroscopy for accurate measurement of soil physical and chemical soil properties| CLICK HERE for more information and enrollment

14 September 2021. 4:00 PM CEST. Webinar. A Sting in the AGRA Tale. Speakers from African countries, Germany, and the US will report on the AGRA threats to small-scale food producers and showcase the failure of the billion-dollar program.

14 September 2021PIM CGIAR Webinar: Myths about the feminization of agriculture - Implications for global food security

14 September 2021 (15:00-16:30 CEST). A Multi-billion-dollar Opportunity: Repurposing Agricultural Support to Transform Food Systems - launch of this report, co-produced by FAO, UNEP, and UNDP.

15 September 2021. 11:00 AM in Universal Time UTC. Addressing Hidden Hunger Through Agriculture: Progress with Biofortification in West Africa by African Development Bank

15 September 2021 (13:00-14:00 CEST). Accelerating sustainability in the textile value chain - As part of the 2021 World Circular Economy Forum, UNEP will host a virtual event on accelerating sustainability in the textile value chain.

15 - 17 September 2021. Climate Change Summit - Africa 2021
  • 16/09 - 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM UTC. High-Level Plenary: “From Glasgow 2021 to Dakar 2022: Priorities for Climate Action and Sustainable Mobility in Africa” with CODATU and CETUD.  Register here
  • 16/09 - 11:30 AM – 13:00 PM UTC. Access to Climate Finance and the Green Climate Fund. Register here
  • 16/09 - 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM UTC. The Role of Women in Climate Action. Register here
  • 16/09 - 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM UTC. Workshop: Planning the African Metropolis for Climate Resilience. Register here
  • 16/09 - 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM UTC. Workshop: Education and Training on Climate Change Register here
  • 16/09 - 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM UTC. Decentralised Cooperation for Climate Action Register here
  • 17/09 - 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM UTC. Workshop: Adaptation and Water, on the Road to the World Water Forum. Register here
  • 17/09 - 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM UTC. Workshop: Sustainable Transport and Mobility Register here
  • 17/09 - 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM UTC. Workshop: Sustainable Buildings and Construction Register here
  • 17/09 - 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM UTC. Access to Climate Data for African Non-State Actors. Register here
  • 17/09 - 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM UTC. The Great Green Wall and Biodiversity Corridors in Africa Register here
  • 17/09 -  2:00 PM – 3:30 PM UTC. Workshop: Access to Energy and Energy Efficiency Register here
  • 17/09 - 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM UTC. Plenary: Closing Ceremony of the Climate Chance Summit – Africa 2021. Register here
The West Africa Agricultural Expo and Conference will take place in Abuja Nigeria. It aims at broadening one's knowledge on agricultural businesses and practises  through training to increase food security, employment opportunities as well as increase exports.

15-17 September 2021Tropentag is the largest interdisciplinary annual conference in Europe on development oriented research in the fields of sub-/tropical agriculture, food security, natural re- source management and rural development. This years theme of the conference is: Towards shifting paradigms in agriculture for a healthy and sustainable future

17 September 2021. Youth Engagement in Food System Transformation - Orientation & Kickoff sessions 
  • This orientation is hosted by the Innovative Food Systems Solution (IFSS) Portal and Nutrition Connect (NC) and in support of the youth led initiatives, Act4Food / Act4Change and Fridays for Future. The focus is on strengthening networks, sharing knowledge, and building skills for actions for change in food systems around the world.
  • Registration link for Orientation Session 1 - 9am UK/Lagos / 10 am Amsterdam/Montpellier / 11am East Africa / 3pm Jakarta / 5pm Tokyo / 6 pm Canberra
  • Registration link for Orientation Session 2 - 10 am California / 12pm Mexico City/Lima / 1pm New York / 7pm CEST

  • The event is organized by the food bridge vzw in partnership with Meise Botanic garden, COLEACP, Sankaa vzw, FAO and other partners.

20 September 2021. 13:00 -14:30 CEST Scientific partnerships to promote fruit and vegetable production
20 September 2021. 4 PM Nairobi Africa Regional Consultation for the Global People’s Summit on Food Systems

20 September 2021. 11 am CEST. Neocolonialism and the Failed Rice Revolution
  • Key findings from the VALUMICS project on the functioning of European food value chains and their impacts on more sustainable, resilient, fairer, and transparent food system will be presented at the final conference.

21 September 2021. 2 PM CEST Virtual launch of the 2021 Food and Agriculture Benchmark

21 September 2021. 4 PM CEST Launch of the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge
  • The Summit brings together a broad range of rural peoples and civil society organizations to draw up a Declaration for a radical transformation of the current food regimes towards just, equitable, and sustainable food systems. It will also develop a People’s Action Plan to realize this goal.

22 September 2021. Nature for Live opening session by UNDP and UNEP
  • Transforming our relationship with nature – for the Sustainable Development Goals, the Paris Agreement, and a nature-positive future, for people and the planet.
22 - 24 September 2021. Rise And Lead Summit
The three day summit will be on rising through inclusive leadership. The summit is open for industry leaders, young leaders and professionals.

23 September 2021. 3:00-11:00 PM CEST 2021 UN Food Systems Summit
  • The UN Food Systems Summit will serve as a historic opportunity to empower all people to leverage the power of food systems to drive our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and get us back on track to achieve all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
  • 3:00 PM. Leaders from the Summit’s workstreams will present accelerated actions emerging from the 18-month process to date. 
    • From the Scientific Group: Prof. Joachim von Braun, Chair, Food Systems Summit Scientific Group 
    • From Food Systems Summit Dialogues: Dr. David Nabarro, Senior Advisor, Food Systems Summit Dialogues 
    • From Action Tracks: Ms. Christine Campeau, Action Track on Advancing Equitable Livelihoods and Senior Advisor for the Food Systems Summit, CARE USA 
    • From the Champions Network and Constituency Groups: Ms. Jessica Vega Ortega, Vice-Chair, Food Systems Summit Champions Network and Co-Chair, Global Indigenous Youth Caucus
23 September 2021. 4 PM CEST. Talking Books as a Participatory M&E Tool

23 September 2021. 3:30 PM CEST. Making the most of intra-African trade: the 2021 Africa Agriculture Trade Monitor by IFPRI

24 September 2021. Funding Food System Transformation in Developing Countries: An example from Ethiopia

24 September 2021.  @ 1700-1800 EAT AGRA Favourite Food Extravaganza 
26 September 2021. New documentary The Ants and the Grasshopper This new documentary follows Anita Chitaya’s journey from her drought-hit village in Malawi to meet farmers and politicians in the US. For ten years, this documentary has been under production in Malawi and the United States. Free Film Screening @ 3:00 am CEST!

26-29 September 2021. Africa Climate Week 2021
  • Recordings of most of the sessions will be available after the event.
  • 27/09 Session 2: 11:30-13 Seizing transformation opportunities: Urban agriculture for climate resilience and food security in cities
  • 28/09 6:00 PM Sustainable and resilient agri-food systems and green spaces for better African cities
  • 29/09 Session 2: 11:20-12:40 Integrated approaches for climate-resilient development: Partnerships in adaptation and resilience in the agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU) sector 
  • 29/09 Session 3: 12:40-14 Integrated approaches for climate-resilient development: Engaging businesses in climate resilient agriculture in Africa
  • 29/09 Affiliated event Financing Africa’s Resilience against Climate Change -AfDB14:00-16:00
  • 29/09 Affiliated event The Path to Sustainable Cold Chains for All in Africa -UNEP, UNEP U4E, Cool Coalition, SEforALL16:00-17:30
  • 28/09 15:40-15:50 Changing the Narrative on the Sahel
28-30 September 2021Agri4D Online Conference 2021. Food Systems for New Realities. 
  • by SLU/Sweden. Registration is free of charge and will open in June 2021.
  • Call for abstracts closed 31/05.
  • Theme 2 of the Agri4D conference focuses on the role for smallholders within inclusive food systems that will enable rural and urban (producer and consumer) food and nutrition security. There is tremendous potential for smallholders to benefit from the current changes occurring within rural-urban food systems as greater proportions of developing country populations shift to being net purchasers of food, and as rural populations increasingly consolidate into new small towns, and as existing urban populations grow.
  • There are also high risks and many barriers, particularly in the face of changing land markets, declining plot sizes, rising agribusiness-Big Food industry interactions and changing dietary needs and preferences, not to mention changing climatic and environmental conditions, or disruptive pandemic health threats.
28 September - 1 October 2021. WTO Public Forum 2021
  • 28/09 16:35-17:35 Advancing sustainable trade across the agricultural sector by CropLife International (CLI) and Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA)
  • 29/09 11:30-12:30 How the WTO can support ‘trade resilience’ for women in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • 29/09 13:30-14:30 Building resilience through strengthened regional integration and AfCFTA implementation
  • 29/09 16:30-17:30 Transforming global trade for smallholders: Building back fairer post COVID. By Fairtrade International
  • 30/09 10:00-11:00 Rethinking trade and value chains sustainably to benefit both farmers and consumers, while bringing them closer. By World Farmers' Organisation (WFO)
  • 30/09 11:30-12:30. Agriculture & WTO in the time of a pandemic: Looking towards MC12. By Third World Network Trust India
  • 30/09 15:00-16:00 Empowering small-scale traders in post-COVID West Africa. By Trade Facilitation West Africa Program (TFWA Program)
  • 30/09 16:30-17:30 Trade and climate change: What is at stake for developing countries? World Bank Group
  • 01/10 11:30-12:30 Mainstreaming the COVID-19 recovery: The importance of supporting women entrepreneurs, MSMEs and digital trade
  • 01/10 11:30-12:30 Achieving resilience through climate compatible trade: Aligning Africa’s green recovery and the implementation agenda of the African Continental Free Trade Area
  • 01/10 13:30-14:30 From half-ripe to fully digital – How to support resilient food systems through digital trade processes
  • 01/10 15:00-16:00 New pathways for progress in multilateral trade negotiations in agriculture. By IFPRI

29 September 2021. 1430 to 1630 CEST (CEST).Mainstreaming Strategies for Sustainable Land Management 

30 September 2021.  14:00 until 16:00 CET. Seed Markets for Agroecology 
  • webinar organised by Brot für die Welt (Bread for the World) / Brot für Alle (Bread for All) on the 30th September from to discuss the ACT Alliance EU PCD Discussion paper on "Seed Markets for Agroecology" which was published in December 2020, and translated into French.
  • Register here before the 28th September 2021.
  • The full programme can be found here:
30 September 2021. 12:00-14:00 (GMT). Promoting sustainable agriculture: investing in agroecology. 
  • Pan-African Farmers’ Organization (PAFO) and the COLEACP within their INNOVATIONS SERIES showcasing Innovations and successes of African farmer-led businesses and SMEs.

30 September 2021. 4 pm CEST.  Mainstreaming Biodiversity-Sensitive Agriculture for Sustainable Food Systems
  • by the U.S. Government Global Nutrition Coordination Plan Food Safety Technical Working Sub-Group. 
  • The event will draw highlights from the FAO’s Climate change: Unpacking the burden on food safety, (176 p.) which serves as a compilation of some of the most up-to-date information on the effects of climate change on various food safety hazards.
30 September - 2 October 2021 “Global Conference on Agriculture and Horticulture” AGRI 2021 Paris, France with the theme "To Accomplish over the Global Challenges of Agriculture"

1-5 October 2021. World Food Forum 2021.
  • 04/10 Youth Action Assembly Workshop on creating youth consultative processes in agriculture and food policy (YPARD) (8:30-10:00)
  • 04/10 The importance of plant health and the role of youth in transforming our agri-food systems (IPPC) (12:00-13:00)
  • 04/10 Growing entrepreneurs for sustainable and inclusive food systems (SIANI/Sweden) (13:00-14:00)
  • 04/10 How can we attract youth into agriculture? Exploring youth as drivers of agricultural economic growth in Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and beyond (Clinton Foundation) (16:00-17:00)
  • 05/10 Coordinating Youth Action: Toward a resilient and sustainable food system in Africa (Nourishing Africa) (08:00 - 09:00)
  • 05/10 Opportunities for Youth in Africa: Innovative local transformation and value addition of production through digitalization (FAO/UNIDO) (13:00-14:30)
  • 05/10 Youth transforming world’s food systems (EU/CIRAD/FAO) (09:00 - 10:00)

4-6 October 2021. Nature for Live opening by UNDP and UNEP
  • 4 October 2021. 9AM - 11AM - 1PM EDT ( NY time). This day highlights the urgent need to protect and restore nature, safeguard the rights of Indigenous peoples, celebrate local action, and put nature at the heart of sustainable development, in order to build a planetary safety net for humanity.
  • 5 October 2021. 9AM - 11AM - 1PM EDT ( NY time). This day focuses on the need to transform how we grow and trade in commodities, especially those commodities that have the biggest impacts on the planet, and on the need to reposition communities at the heart of sustainable production. Sessions: (a) Transforming food production systems; (b) Transforming food systems for nature and people - making changes happen; (c) Shifting the balance: Putting communities at the center of sustainable production
  • 6 October 2021. 9AM - 11AM - 1PM EDT ( NY time). This day focuses on the transformations required to align public and private finance with a nature-positive, and to undertake the transformations urgently needed now for a decade of action.
4-7 October 2021. Montpellier Global days
  • The University of Montpellier and its I-SITE MUSE partners are offering four days devoted to higher education, research and innovation on the eve of the New Africa France Summit to be held in Montpellier on October 8, 2021.
  • 4/10:  Agroecological transitions
5 October 2021. 3 p.m. CEST Launch of 'Livestock for a Small Planet' 

5 October 2021.  2:00 PM CEST Accelerating clean energy access in rural areas 
  • Presenting WLE energy research that can help countries enhance smallholder access to clean energy, address climate adaptation/mitigation challenges, and transform food, land and water systems.
  • By CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE)
7 October 2021. “Water for Food Global Forum” a virtual series of events in October that will convene leading international experts, growers and organizations to focus on achieving global water and food security. 07/10 Water and Food Systems Panel; 14/10 Women innovators working to solve farming challenges; 14/10 The future of the farmer-led irrigation development experience in sub-Saharan Africa; 14/10 From climate models to farmer decision support: An introduction to the DAWN project

7 October 2021.  2:00 PM CEST Drought and flood risk reduction strategies
  • Introducing several WLE-supported risk management initiatives and solutions that have been implemented across South Asia. The webinar will enhance the knowledge and awareness of disaster risk management professionals and provide an opportunity for south–south learning.
  • By CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE)
  • U.S. Government agencies that are part of the Feed the Future initiative will develop an updated U.S. Government’s Global Food Security Research Strategy to help achieve sustainable reductions in hunger, poverty and malnutrition through science, technology and innovation.

11 -15 October 2021. UN Biodiversity Conference

12 October 2021. 2 PM CEST. Towards resilient city region food systems
  • This webinar will introduce key tools developed by the RUAF Global Partnership and WLE to assess the climate-resilience of urban areas. 
  • It will outline the action plans, policies and programs required to develop innovative and resilience-strengthening water and food solutions.
  • By CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE)
11-15 October 2021CFS 49

13-15 October 2021. 1st Conference on Farmer-Centric On-Farm Experimentation
14-15 October 2021. Farm to Fork conference of  related to the World Food Day 16th of October

14-16 October 2021 Agro-Food Ethiopia 2021 A viable opportunity to generate valuable business contacts in Africa.

14 October 2021. 2 PM CEST. Innovation investment for impact
  • The WLE-supported Commission on Sustainable Agriculture Intensification (CoSAI) will present insights on enabling behavior change in innovation investors and policymakers – and how this can be used to underpin the investment approach for innovation of future food systems.
  • By CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE)
16 October 2021. World Food Day  

19 October 2021. 15:45-17:00 BST / 10:45 – 12:00 ET. CHILD LABOUR IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

  • The session will outline an evidence-based framework to help decision makers understand and remove the technical, economic, social, financial and institutional barriers that prevent the adoption of sound water adaptation options.
  • By CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE)

  • This webinar discusses evidence, actions and lessons learned on how to leverage biodiversity in our food systems for people and planet.
  • By CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE)
October 2021 - Sustainable soil management for nutrition-sensitive agriculture: Micronutrient workshop (date tbc)

October 2021 - Launch of the Global Status of Black soils and Global Black Soil Distribution Map (GBSmap)

October 2021 - 3rd Workshop of the International Network of Black Soils (INBS) (date tbc)

October 2021 - 7th meeting of the International Network of Soil Information Institutions(date tbc)

October 2021 - 5th meeting of the Global Soil Laboratory Network (date tbc)

27 October 2021Financing the fortification unfinished agenda - looking ahead to the Tokyo nutrition for Growth Summit by GAIN

28 October 2021. 10:00-11:00 AM EDT. Methods for studying gender dynamics in value chains beyond the production node and single commodity analysis 

2-3 November 2021. FAO high-level Global Event on Ending Child Labour in Agriculture

3 + 10 + 17 November 2021. African Food Environments Transformation by Food Environment Research Network 
  • The MEALS4NCDs Project provides Measurement Evaluation, Accountability and Leadership Support (MEALS) for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) prevention in Ghana and beyond. 
  •  The project is focused on measuring and supporting public sector actions that create healthy food marketing and food provisioning environments for children and adolescents in Ghana, with the aim to prevent obesity and other nutrition-related NCDs.
November 2021 - 6th meeting of the Eurasian Soil Partnership (date tbc)

November 2021 - 15th working session of the Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils (date tbc)

1-12 November 2021. Climate COP26, Glasgow 
5 November 2021. Forests, Food, Finance - Solutions for a Healthy Planet - Landscape Forum with the UK Government on the sidelines of COP26 

5-6 November 2021African Summit on Entrepreneurship and Innovation by UNIDO

10 – 11 November 2021. First Joint Food Safety Conference. By the African Continental Association for Food Protection (ACAFP), FAO and AUC 

15-17 November 2021Africa Energy Forum see registration

8 - 10 November 2021. AMIs Agricultural Film Conference 2021
The conference will bring together agricultural and horticultural cover specifiers.  The focus is on discussing maximising crop yields with an effective use of silage, mulch and greenhouse films to feed the growing global population.

14-20 November 2021. AFAAS Africa-Wide Agricultural Extension Week. Effective Agricultural Extension Systems for Sustainable Agripreneurship in Africa. By AFAAS, Kampala, Uganda.

17-19 November 2021.
 Critical Food Studies Virtual Humanities Conference
  • Critical Food Studies together with the University of the Western Cape (UWC), University of Pretoria (UP) and the University of Kwazulu-Natal (UKZN)

23- 25 November 2021DJAZAGRO 2021 - Tradeshow for Agro-Food Production
The show takes its name from "DJAZAIR", which means "Algeria" in Algerian Arabic, and from « agro » representing the agro-food sector.

24 November 2021Scaling Up Innovation for a Fortified Future - part II - new business models, coalition building & advocacy. By GAIN

2 - 4 December 2021. Food Agro Africa
This event will showcase top products, equipment, and machinery presented by exhibitors from over 26 countries.

5 December 2021 - World Soil Day "Halt soil salinization, Boost soil productivity"

  • The Conference aims to showcase the KM products and services of CAADP-XP and generate political support for advancing climate-smart KM for Agricultural development in Africa. 
  • KM4AgD site at for more details.

11-14 December 2021. AQUACULTURE AFRICA 2021

8 - 14 December 2021Intra-African Trade Fair 2021
This trade fair brings together exhibitors and visitors from all sectors. It provides a platform for attendees and non attendees to connect. There will also be virtual stands for entrepreneurs to showcase their work across African markets.

December 2021 - Global Soil Information System launch event (date tbc)

25 - 27 February 2022 AgrikExpo & Farming Conference
Machinery & Equipment Input (Seeds, Agro Chemicals, ETC)Livestock Care & Management Biotechnology Poultry Forestry Food Processing & Packaging Infrastructure Afri finanace

3-4 March 2022. The Africa Food Sustainability Summit

  • The dairy, soft and alcoholic beverage sectors may not have a lot in common at first glance, but the line between these sectors has been and is expected to continue blurring into the future, as the pace of innovations gathers steam and as consumer tastes and preferences are transformed

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