This side-event to the 7th African Conference of Agricultural Economists will discuss options for improving market access for smallholder producers.
Hybrid side-event to the 8th Africa Agribusiness and Science Week
Hybrid event hosted by PARI/ZEF, the Malabo Montpellier Panel and AKADEMIYA2063
The presentation builds upon Jakkie Cilliers’ book The Future of Africa: Challenges and Opportunities and a new website on Africa’s long term prospects offering empirical data that informs planning, prioritisation and effective resource allocation.
This event discussed what innovations, investments and policies are needed to boost the performance of Africa’s food and agriculture sectors beyond production.
Etienne Hinrichsen, John Walakira and Heike Baumüller presented a PARI study that assesses African countries’ performance in the development of their aquaculture sectors.
The event consisted of four workshops, discussing the use and impact of digital technologies among agricultural intermediaries, local agricultural machinery manufacturing, enhancing youth engagement in agribusinesses as well as the African poultry sector.
This event discussed opportunities for fostering India-Africa learning and collaboration to promote food and nutrition security in the two global regions.
African students and faculty members presented findings from their research on agricultural innovation conducted as part of the AERC-PARI collaboration.
PARI and the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) jointly hosted a virtual seminar where Master and PhD students from Africa who participate in the AERC and ZEF postgraduate programmes presented and discussed their research findings
This webinar brought together all stakeholders of the One Africa Voice on Agricultural Research for Development to stimulate awareness at the highest possible level within the context of the Food System Summit.
PARI researcher Heike Baumüller and Zaneta Kubik presented a study that monitored the early impacts of Covid-19 pandemic and related containment measures introduced by the governments on the operations of the food and beverage sector in four African countries