Researchers from Africa and Germany launched a series of studies that identify policy entry points and investment opportunities to advance economic growth, food security, and job creation in the Sahel region
The seminar shared key insights from Ndidi Nwuneli's upcoming book "Food Entrepreneurs in Africa: Scaling Resilient Agriculture Businesses." and identified practical steps for starting and growing successful and resilient agriculture and food businesses in Africa
PARI organized a side-event at the virtual conference Cultivate Africa to discuss how investments in innovations and related policies should be prioritized to enable Africa to increase food supplies from the use of its own resources
This seminar discussed recent PARI research on the future of the livestock sector and consumption in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Participants at a Conference on Climate Change and Food Security in West Africa called for stronger interdisciplinary research collaborations and more active communication between researchers and policymakers across the region to enhance food security under climate change in Western Africa.
PARI hosted a side-event to discuss challenges and insights in the growth of Africa's agricultural sector at the 6th International Conference of African Economists in Abuja, Nigeria.
PARI researchers presented their research on digitalization in African food and agriculture at the African Green Revolution Forum 2019 in Accra, Ghana.
Around 200 people attended the Youth Townhall Meeting with entrepreneur Strive Masiyiwa at Humboldt University in Berlin to discuss Africa's future.
PARI hosted a side-event at AGRF 2018 to discuss how to economically engage young people in rural development and agricultural value chains in Africa.
PARI researchers presented on pertinent issues around agriculture, food security and nutrition in Africa at the 30th ICAE in Vancouver.
high-level representatives from the public, private and non-governmental sectors gathered in Lilongwe on 11-12 July to discuss how innovations could spur development and job creation in Malawi’s agriculture sector.
The seminar reflected on key findings of the report "Nourished: How Africa Can Build a Future Free from Hunger and Malnutrition" published by the Malabo Montpellier Panel in 2017.