Platform for African – European Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development

Thursday, February 1, 2024

Webinars February

1 February 2024. 05:15 PM CET Political Economy of Food System Transformation: Pathways to Progress in a Polarized World
4 - 8 February 2024. Water–Energy–Food (WEF) Nexus in-person Advanced School for MENA Region

5 February 2024. @17:15 A Hybrid High-Level Public Panel Discussion on the Future of the Malabo Declaration Beyond
  • See also PAEPARD blog post: 21/01 Launch of the African Agriculture Policy Dialogue project between Germany & the African Union
  • Ulimwengu, J. M., Kwofie, E.M., and Collins, J. (Eds.) (2023). African Food Systems Transformation and the Post-Malabo Agenda. ReSAKSS 2023 Annual Trends and Outlook Report. Kigali and Washington, DC: AKADEMIYA2063 and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). # 356 p.
5 - 6 February 2024. Rabat. MENA Regional Conference on Neglected and Underutilized Crop Species (NUS)

5-6 February 2024 Mastering Erasmus+ proposal development: from project concept to winning proposal. 2-day online training course by European Academy: Course payment and reservation in advance

6 February 2024. Rural toolkit launch event
  • Official launch event of the Rural toolkit - an opportunity to learn more about funding opportunities for EU rural areas
  • The Rural toolkit is the first comprehensive online guide to EU funding and support opportunities for rural areas in the European Union.
6 February 2024 @9:00am EST Hybrid Event, From Commitments to Impact: Analyzing the Global Commitments Toward Promoting Food Security and Healthy Diets by IFPRI

6 February 2024 Webinar - Fighting greenwashing: the role of regulations to empower consumers by UNEP

6 February 2024 . Africa 2024: Prospects and Forecasts
  • The session will cover the African Continental Master Plan (CMP) for electricity generation and transmission, delve into West Africa's electricity sector, and present recommendations from the Policy Brief titled “Scaling up renewable energy investments in West Africa”. This brief, developed and published by the IRENA Coalition for Action, and co-authored by Coalition members RES4Africa Foundation and Enel Green Power, serves as a guiding document for advancing renewable energy initiatives in the region.
  • This online event will serve as a comprehensive platform for exploring West Africa's vast renewable energy potential and the pivotal role of cross-border energy trade. The agenda, featuring distinguished speakers, will shed light and foster debate on key aspects of regional energy development.
7–9 February 2024. World Sustainable Development Summit 2024, New Delhi

7 February 2024. 05:00 PM CET Regenerative and ultra-processed? (Part 2) - What does corporate engagement mean for regenerative agriculture?
  • 11/01/2024 The online panel discussion (part 1) recording and information about upcoming events in the series can be found here TABLE and WWF brought together Matthew Ryan (Nestlé), Melissa D. Ho (WWF-US), Sara Farley (The Rockefeller Foundation); and Jyoti Fernandes (Landworkers' Alliance)
7 February 2024 | 13:00–14:00 UTC / 14:00–15:00 CET / 18:30–19:30 IST NEXUS Gains Talk 19: Wetlands and human wellbeing: Perspectives from Asia and Africa

8 February 2024. EU-FarmBook Platform Pre-Launch | Exclusive online event
  • Customized insights tailored specifically for H2020 and Horizon Europe Project Coordinators, emphasizing the advantages of project dissemination through the EU-FarmBook Platform
8 February 2024. 2pm - 3:30pm CET. Agroecology Transformative Partnership Platform (TPP) event
8 February 2024 4-5pm CET / 10-11am EST. Data-driven farming: tools and technologies for sustainable sourcing

8 February 2024. @ 2 pm CET TRANSITIONS For Our Future
8 February 8, 2024, 9:00 - 10:30 AM EST (Washington DC Time) Invitation - Building startup ecosystems to leverage the private and public sector for the transformation of our food system – A guidebook

8–9 February 2024. Climate Summit Europe 2024 Wallonia Summit

9–10 February 2024. 8th Edition of The Global Business Summit, New Delhi
  • The Global Business Summit brings together leading minds to tackle the complexities of the current global food crisis, exacerbated by the pandemic and geopolitical conflicts.
12 - 13 February 2024. Multi-Stakeholder Consultative Forum on COP28 Reflections and 2024 Strategy

14 - 15 February 2024. Africa Tech Summit Nairobi 
  • 14/02@11:20 AM Africa's Rising Agritech Start-Ups - feeding the Continent through Venture Innovation, presented by SAIS
  • 14/02 @12:00 pm MASTERCLASS: Mastering Climate Tech Innovation in Africa
  • 14/02 @2:40 PM MASTERCLASS: Data’s Essential Role In Investing In A Climate Resilient Future
  • 14/02 @4:10 PM MASTERCLASS: Approaches to Fundraising for African Startups from an Investor's Viewpoint
  • 14/02 @4:35 PM Catalyzing Inclusive Green Transition in Africa
  • 14/02 @4:55 PM Biological crop treatments to make African agriculture more resilient, productive, and sustainable.
  • 15/02@11:20 AM Africa's Rising Agritech Start-Ups - Part 2
  • 15/02 @4:00 PM MASTERCLASS: Cross-ecosystem Learnings: Latin America vs. Africa
15 February 2024. Urban Food Security and Health Issues in the Global South͏‌ 
  • This thought-provoking session is designed to delve into the core principles of ensuring fairness and inclusivity in healthcare, with a focus on exploring avenues to bridge gaps and enhance access for all. The webinar will bring together a distinguished panel of experts, healthcare professionals, and community leaders who will engage in insightful discussions.
  • Register here + Meeting ID: 960 0405 5945 + Passcode: 163929
15 February 2024. Regional Webinar on Leadership and Capacity Building in Food Science and Technology in Africa
  • The Association of African Universities (AAU) and the International Union of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST)
  • Theme: Promoting collaboration and partnership for research development among academic leaders in Food Science and Technology
19 February 2024. CGIAR - ClimBeR Climate Smart Governance Dashboard: Awareness Workshop

19 February 2024, 12:00 - 20 February 2024, 16:30 (CET). Research Perspectives on the Health Impacts of Climate Change.
  • This high-level conference will bring together researchers, policymakers and relevant stakeholders to reflect on the research needs in the field of climate change and human health.
19 - 20 February 2024, 7th Africa Agri Expo 2024- Kenya
  • This event aims to connect Africa's agribusiness sector to the global market and will feature the latest technologies and solutions for agriculture, making it a great opportunity for networking and business expansion.
19 - 21 February 2024, Morocco Argus Fertilizer Africa Conference

20  - 22 February2024. AFRICA ENERGY EXPO. Kigali Convention Center

  • FAO, the RUAF Global Partnership on Sustainable Urban Agriculture and Food Systems and the CGIAR Initiative on Resilient Cities, invite food system stakeholders at the local level as well as funding organisations to a webinar in order to:explore the role of local and national governments in mobilising resources for local food system transformation; identify potential funding sources for city and city region level and provide guidance to stakeholders on accessing them; address funding gaps and bottlenecks at the local-level.
20 - 23 February2024. CGIAR @ the 11th Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development

21 February2024. Securing Rights to Land, Territories and Resources (LTR) Enables to Address Poverty, Hunger, Climate Change, and Peace and Security

21 February2024. 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM UTC / 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM CET. 
  • Colead, Innovation Series -Session 17
  • More information, including the programme, will be available on, the website recently created by PAFO and COLEAD, which brings together all the information relating to the Innovations Sessions, including company profiles and impact stories. 
  • The site also includes a forum for exchange and networking.
  • Register here
  • Dr. Jess Fanzo will provide a global to local overview of how fragile, yet important food systems are to climate change and action.
  • Jessica Fanzo, is a Professor of Climate and the Food for Humanity Initiative Director at Columbia University’s Climate School in New York City.
21 February 2024 @ 15:30 - 16:45. YP2LE Learning Network Event: Virtual Roundtable on Climate-Smart Solutions for Rural Youth
  • This USAID  webinar aims to facilitate knowledge sharing around efforts and strategies to foster youth employment in rural contexts, with a focus on climate-smart business models for youth in the agri-food sector. It will provide a space for participants to exchange experiences and lessons on innovative approaches to promote economic opportunities for youth while mitigating the impacts of climate change, as well as to discuss links to future initiatives on food and water systems transformation and just transition.
21 - 22 February 2024, 2-7 pm Central European Time (CET) “It's Bean Too Hot: The Reality of Coffee Farming in the Era of Climate Change”


  • In response to challenges with developing efficient and effective, climate-responsive agricultural extension and advisory services and systems, the USAID-funded Enabling Farmers for Agricultural Transformation (EFAT) Project, executed by Winrock International, is hosting a series of webinars and learning events.
22 February 2024. Capacity4dev Onboarding Webinar February 2024

  • The first session of the SAFIN and USAID’s ‘Backing the Middle’ webinar series explores this notion, looking first at how some investors are using innovative tools to reduce the overall cost to serve small businesses in the sector, and then discussing whether smaller enterprises can cumulatively generate more social returns than larger ones in terms of job creation, resilience and sustainable development.
  • The Smallholder and Agri-SME Finance and Investment Network and the Marketlinks initiative of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) are kicking off 2024 with a webinar series that dives deeply into the crux of these questions, highlighting diverse approaches and perspectives from agri-SME finance practitioners, from fund managers and commercial banks in sub-Saharan Africa, to donors backing large-scale agricultural SME funds.
  • In March 2024, representatives of donor countries will focus on the central questions—where is concessional capital best utilized? What are the best approaches to attract private financiers without disrupting existing agri-SME finance markets?
  • The third and final session of this series in April 2024 will highlight the use of financial incentives like guarantees and first loss facilities to encourage local financial institutions to lend to agripreneurs. Seasoned experts from the field to discuss when, how and how long incentives can be used to bridge the agri-SME finance gap in sub-Saharan Africa.
23 - 24 February 2024. New Delhi, India International Conference On “Innovative Research in Agriculture, Engineering, Technology

23 February 2024. 1600 – 1800  East Africa Time. Climate and Livestock Dialogue
  • This virtual event will discuss extensive vs. intensive livestock production systems and their impact on climate change
  • Panelists include Sitaramachandra Machiraju, Dr. Tara Garnett, Dr. Bernard Kimoro, Dr. Ilse Köhler-Rolfson, Josephat Masanja, Dr. Claudia Arndt, and Dr. Raphael Lotira Arasiom.
24 Feb - 03 Mar 2024. Paris. International Agricultural Show 2024

26 February to 1 March 2024. 5th All Africa Horticulture Congress (AAHC)
  • This fifth edition of the AAHC, initiated in 2009 by GlobalHort, will complement the African sub-regions hosting the event.
  • The event will strengthen scientific relations and partnerships between North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa, and highlight the place and role of horticulture in meeting the continent's global challenges: food and nutritional security, youth employment, and sustainable management of natural resources (water and biodiversity).
  • DOWNLOAD CONGRESS PROGRAM + CGIAR @ the 5th All Africa Horticultural Congress (AAHC)
    • 26/02 Workshop 1 Digital Innovation for small scale farming in horticulture (FARA, CIRAD, FAO)27/02 Workshop 2 New technologies for urban vegetable production
    • 28/02 Workshop 3 Food sovereignty through seed and planting material
    • 26/02 Session 1 Innovation technologies and production strategies for sustainable controlled environment
    • 26/02 Session 2 Horticulture for food and nutrition security in Africa
    • 27/02 Session 3 Best Agricultural Practices for smart horticulture
    • 27/02 Session 4 Efficient Use of water and nutrients in horticulture
    • 27/02 Session 5 Efficient Use of water and nutrients in horticulture
    • 27/02 Session 6 Efficient Use of water and nutrients in horticulture
    • 27/02 Session 7 Efficient Use of water and nutrients in horticulture
    • 27/02 Session 8 Adapted Horticulture to marginal environments
    • 28/02 Session 9 Integrated Pest Management for safe horticultural produce
    • 28/02 Session 10 Integrated Pest Management for safe horticultural produce
    • 28/02 Session 11 Integrated Pest Management for safe horticultural produce
    • 28/02 Session 12 Harvest and Post-harvest Technologies in Horticulture
    • 28/02 Session 13 Harvest and Post-harvest Technologies in Horticulture
    • 28/02 Session 14 Harvest and Post-harvest Technologies in Horticulture
26 February 2024. What's cooking? Developing solutions to transform the current food system - UNEA-6 Official side event
  • A recently published UNEP report titled “What’s cooking? An Assessment of the potential impacts of selected novel alternatives to conventional animal products” explores solutions to these problems. This UNEA-6 side event will bring together experts and policymakers for a dialogue
  • Find the report here.

26-28 February, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 2nd International Conference on “Water Resources Management and Sustainability: Solutions for Arid Regions”

27 February 2024. Conference: "How can we manage soil fertility to boost food sovereignty in Africa?"
  • By means of three presentations and a round table, the conference will highlight the global issues surrounding soil fertility maintenance. 
  • In particular, it will examine the use of mineral fertilizers in addition to agroecological practices to boost food production in Africa.
27 February 2024. Policy Fix Series: Taxes on HFSS Food and Beverages 
  • HFSS: high in fat, sugar, and salt, by ATNI

27 February 2024. 18:30-19:45 (East Africa Time) Shift towards sustainable consumption patterns to address the underlying drivers of biodiversity loss
  • Consumer Information Programme of the One Planet network UNEA6 side-event
  • The Sustainable Consumption for Biodiversity: Unleashing the Power of GBF Targets 15 and 16 official side event will be held online in the context of the 6th UN Environment Assembly. 
  • This side event will emphasize the urgent need for a shift towards sustainable consumption patterns to address the underlying drivers of biodiversity loss.
28 February 2024. AI Lund lunch seminar: AI’s Role in Research Grant Writing: Practical experiences and a project initiative

28 February 2024. Deadline Paper submissions COMPIE 2024 conference
  • 24-26 June, 2024. Developments in the theory and the applications of counterfactual methods for policy impact evaluation. Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
  • The aim of COMPIE is to bring together practitioners and academics to discuss developments in the theory and the applications of counterfactual methods for policy impact evaluation. Applications can cover a broad range of interventions, from labor and social policy to regulation and funding programmes, ideally with a focus on EU policies or developing countries.
  • Resources:
    Loss and damage and agrifood systems – Addressing gaps and challenges Agrifood systems are intrinsically linked to climate change and are particularly vulnerable to its impacts. Each year hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of crops and livestock...
    Agroecology Criteria Tool (ACT) The Agroecology Criteria Tool (ACT) methodology is based on the analytical framework by Gliessman on the 5 levels of food system change and is embedded within the 10 Elements of Agroecology by FAO...
    Tool for agroecology performance evaluation (TAPE) − Process of development and guidelines for application This FAO knowledge product consists of tools to support evidence-based decision-making: a global analytical framework and a supporting database to assess the multi-dimensional performance of agroecology.
  • In a series of case studies, IFPRI and its research partners have studied the pace and pattern of agricultural transformation within USAID’s Feed-the-Future (FTF) countries. The studies use a novel indicator of agrifood system incomes and employment and further decompose these across major agricultural value chains. Learn about the top lessons that emerged from their analysis.
29February 2024. Knowledge Hub for Organic Agriculture and Agroecology in Eastern Africa (KHEA) PELUM Kenya webinar

29 February 2024 CGIAR Seed Equal Webinar Series 
  • at 3:00 to 4:00 pm East Africa Time/12:00 to 1:00pm UTCC
  • Michael Keller, Secretary General of the International Seed Federation (ISF) will give a presentation on approaches, principles, and coordination mechanisms they have used to foster collaborations in building synergies in the seed sector to achieve impact and improvement in seed system delivery. 
  • This will draw on ISF’s experiences focusing on seed resilience in supporting seed systems development through these collaborations.
  • Related: Best Documentary released in 2019 a the film Seeds of Profit: Why Fruits and Vegetables Are the New Gold
29 February 2024, from 13:00–14:00hrs EAT (GMT +3):  Launch of AAS's New Strategic Plan

  • Gain insights about the most recent alternatives to animal proteins, such as bacteria, fungi, microalgae and insects.

1 March 2024 Knowledge Hub for Organic Agriculture and Agroecology in Eastern Africa (KHEA) PELUM Uganda webinar  (Meeting ID: 820 6081 4339 / Passcode: 405737).

4 March 2024 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm PST. Co-benefits and tradeoffs of agricultural mitigation and adaptation in rice based cropping systems

4 March 2024 @  Challenges and opportunities for scaling Earth Observation in Digital Agriculture in low- and middle-income countries
  • Digital Agri Hub is launching a new e-mail-based conversation.
  • GCA, the Global Center on Adaptation , an international organization operating as a solution broker to accelerate action and support for adaptation solutions, is launching its Food Security Program in Africa, to support mainstreaming of digital climate advisory services ( DCAS ) and adaptation solutions into agriculture and food security investments . 
  • DCAS is seen as a potential game changer for smallholder farmers, giving them access to information and a variety of services .
  • For the first time, all key players in agrofood research and innovation from the public and private sector in North Africa are gathered to exchange experience and design potential joint programs to address the challenges of the region .
  • North Africa DCAS hybrid training event is co-hosted by GCA, IFAD, AFDB, with the participation of WB and ISDB

4-5 March 2024. Mastering Erasmus+ proposal development: from project concept to winning proposal.  2-day online training course by European Academy: Course payment and reservation in advance

  • hosted in partnership with Bayer Crop Science.
5 - 6 March 2024 AFMASS Ethiopia Food Expo co-located with Africa Food Safety Summit – Eastern Africa

5 - 6 March 2024. Washington, DC  The Powering Africa Summit, finance for the energy transition.
  • Launch of the Water Footprint Tool and Guidance document, featuring step-by-step instructions on its utilization. 
  • Gain insights directly from Winnow an AI-based company actively involved in reducing Food Loss and Waste (FLW) in the UAE
  • Speakers: Seta Tutundjian سيتا توتنجيان, CEO and founder, Thriving Solutions, Rachel Devine, Senior Analyst, WRAPDavid Jackson, Director of Marketing & Public Affairs, Winnow, And a pre-record from City, University of London
  • Previous webinar recording 22/02: Champions 12.3, a regional network that brings together public, private, and civil society organizations working across the Middle East and North Africa on food loss and waste (learn about joining the multi-stakeholder network and calculating Carbon Footprint it)

  • The Theme of the event is “Reflecting on the Malabo Declaration and Outlining the new (Post Malabo) Agenda to Build Momentum, Re-invigorate and Consolidate the Gains on CAADP, and respond to Emerging Trends and Dynamics”.
  • The official launch of the fourth BR report is in line with effort to increase awareness and advocacy and to commence the necessary dialogues on the findings of the report to enhance ownership and action at national, regional and continental levels. The Post-Malabo agenda roadmap outlines the objectives, process, expectations and timelines for discussion.

  • Cape Town by RES4Africa Foundation together with Nedbank CIB and the European Investment Bank
8 March 2024, 12 March 2024 and 20 March 2024 Celebrating Women in Organic Agriculture webinars: 3-part webinar series. Click here and Register now:

11–13 March 2024. Leuven, Belgium. Open Food Conference
  • For three days, international and national stakeholders will reflect in Leuven on the challenges and prospects of a sustainable food system. 
  • The aim is to create synergies between science, policy and practice. Scientists, policy-makers, civil society and industry will participate and co-organise, more than 20 thematic sessions!
11–15 March 2024, Livingstone, Zambia. Global EverGreening Alliance | Accelerating Nature-based Solutions

11th March, 2024, in Lusaka, Zambia. Official launch event of the Agdive 2024 program 

  • Agdrive is an acceleration and investment platform focused on unlocking innovation and investment in Africa’s agro-processing, agritech, and digital agriculture sector. 
  • AgDrive is a 12 month innovation and investing ecosystem focused on innovative early stage and growth oriented early stage and growth oriented small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the agro processing, agritech, and digital sectors. 
13 - 14 March 2024. Bioeconomy Changemakers Festival
  • Bioeconomy Changemakers Festival in Brussels at our high-level event and at more than 30 satellite events across Europe.
14-15 March 2024. Indigenous Peoples' Knowledge and the Sciences. Combining knowledge and science on vulnerabilities and solutions for resilience

18 - 21 March 2024. European Research and Innovation Days are part of the R&I Week
40-years journey through the Research and Innovation Framework Programmes. Check the programme​ here!
  • Innovation Ecosystems for Bioeconomy and Food Systems (21 March 2024, 11:40 – 12:10)
18 - 21 March 2024. Training on breeding data management with BreedBase Lima, Peru

  • FAO, Biovision, the Food Policy forum for Change and the Agroecology Coalition
  •  Get inspired by learnings from Eastern and Southern Africa summarised in the outcome brief “National Agroecology Strategies in Eastern and Southern Africa: Lighthouses for food system transformation” which will be launched during the event and followed by an insightful discussion with policy makers and shapers from the region, as well as international experts.
19–20 March 2024. Montpellier. The Montpellier Process: Pooling Collective Intelligence
  • The event will gather 200-300 selected individuals from scientific and policy domains, focusing on intentional, diverse representation. It seeks to identify and agree on a joint roadmap Details
  • The Blue Bioeconomy ERA-Net Cofund will organise a Final meeting in Brussels to mark the end of the ERA-Net. The event will gather science-policy professionals and research and innovation funders to discuss R&I project portfolio management, using a Value Chain Approach and creating synergies among projects. 
  • BlueBio funding partners, policy officers from The European Commission, representatives from relevant HE Partnerships and other institutions will be invited to join the one-day event in Brussels.
19 - 24 March 2024. VIII Global Conference Family Farming: Sustainability of Our Planet

  • The European Commission’s annual flagship research and innovation event brings together policymakers, researchers, stakeholders, and the public to debate and shape the future of research and innovation in Europe and beyond through key policy debates, funding and networking opportunities, and dedicated workshops.

24 March 2024. ICFAN-2024 International Conference on Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Manila, Philippines

27 March 2024. Soil health Africa 

  • Partners such as GIZ, FSD-Kenya, African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership, AGRA, National Research Fund, International Food Policy Research Institute, Tegemeo Institute, Association of Fintechs in Kenya, AGRA, Association of Microfinance Institutions of Kenya, Fertilizer Association of Kenya, Apollo Agriculture, Kenya Union of Savings and Credit Co-operatives, SNBX Capital, will contribute to this conference and transformation of the Agricultural sector in Kenya.
29 March 2024 | 9.30-14.00 (CET). International Year of Millets Closing Event

9-12 April 2024 | Leuven, Belgium. 5th Global Food Security Conference. Towards equitable, sustainable and resilient food systems
  • Building on the momentum from the UN Food System Summit and recognizing that the 2030 target year of the Sustainable Development Goals is on the horizon, this 5th Global Food Security Conference will bring together science, business and policy to address this need.
10 - 12 April 2024. EU-Zambian Business Forum: Value addition in the copper sector

  • This conference will explore opportunities in circular food production, renewable energy, and sustainable agro-logistics, asking how the private sector, both Dutch and African, can contribute to a sustainable and inclusive future for the continent.

24 April 2024. Innovations Session n°18: Innovations in packaging: opportunities for African entrepreneurs and SMEs

2 - 3 June 2024. Exploring Intersections: Decolonization, Diasporas and the African Food System
  • This hybrid conference is an initiative of the Food Bridge vzw in partnership with Diaspofood ULB, Africa Museum Tervuren, Interdisciplinary Historical Food Studies Research Group (FOST) VUB, The New Global Order (TNGO), Alefa Diaspora and others.
  • The conference seeks to unravel the historical, cultural, and socio-economic dynamics that shaped the
  • current state of African food systems and its impact on the continent’s development. Furthermore, it will be considering the effects of colonization, the experiences of diasporic communities, and the potential for decolonization to reshape the African food systems.
  • Abstracts should be in .doc or pdf format and sent to

10 June 2024. Nairobi, Kenya Africa Future Food Summit

12 - 14 June 2024. . Nairobi, Kenya AFMASS Food Expo Eastern Africa co-located with Dairy Manufacturing Africa Expo

17 to 20 June 2024. ANH2024 (Online) Learning Labs
  • The 9th annual Agriculture, Nutrition, and Health (ANH) Academy Week

23 June 2024. IUFRO World Congress 2024 - Forests and Society Towards 2050, Stockholm, Sweden

24 June 2024. SUN Movement Global Gathering 2024
  • The SUN Movement Global Gathering is the Movement’s flagship event and one of the largest international gatherings within the nutrition community.
24-26 June, 2024. COMPIE 2024 conference
  • Developments in the theory and the applications of counterfactual methods for policy impact evaluation. Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
  • The aim of COMPIE is to bring together practitioners and academics to discuss developments in the theory and the applications of counterfactual methods for policy impact evaluation. Applications can cover a broad range of interventions, from labor and social policy to regulation and funding programmes, ideally with a focus on EU policies or developing countries.
  • Paper submissions: January 1, 2024 to 28 February, 2024.
23–29 June 2024, Stockholm, Sweden. IUFRO | 26th World Congress

1–5 July, 2024. CGIAR Science Week, Nairobi.
  • Drawing on CGIAR science and partnerships from around the world, the inaugural CGIAR Science Week will bring together the community working for a food, nutrition and climate secure future to: co-create a roadmap for food, land and water systems transformation, forge partnerships for action, build the case for investment, inspire change.

3 July 2024 4th Life Cycle Innovation Conference | LCIC 2024

3 - 4 July 2024. Kenya, Kwale County. BlueInvest Africa 2024
  • BlueInvest Africa is an important business event, initiated by the European Commission in 2022.
  • The objective of BlueInvest Africa is to facilitate meetings between African entrepreneurs seeking financing and international investors scouting for opportunities, all centred around projects capable of propelling Africa's blue economy forward.
8 - 17 July 2024. High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development 2024

13 August 2024. Nairobi, Kenya Africa Fresh Produce Expo co-located with Africa FarmTech Expo

August 2024. AFMASS Nigeria Food Expo co-located with Africa Dairy Manufacturing Expo and Africa Food Safety Summit – Western Africa

4–9 August 2024, Taizhou, Zhejiang Province, China. IPC 2024 | 17th International Peatland Congress

12 - 13 August 2024. Crawford Fund Conference - Nurturing global change from Australia: Fostering agricultural innovation for worldwide food security, Australia

8 to 12 of September 2024. Rimini, Italy. 22nd IUFoST World Congress 2024 of Food Science and Technology.

22–23 September 2024, New York, USA. UN | Summit of the Future

21 October–1 November, TBA, Colombia. UN | 2024 United Nations Biodiversity Conference (COP16)

November 2024 (Agro)pastoralism in Africa: Current Dynamics and Perspectives, in preparation for the International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists (IYRP 2026)

4–8 November 2024, TROPICAL SUMMIT

11–22 November 2024, Baku, Azerbaijan UN | 2024 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP29)

2–13 December 2024, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia UN | UNCCD COP16

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