“The Africa Climate-Smart Agriculture Alliance is the first such continental platform following the 2014 Malabo Declaration for mainstreaming climate change in agriculture,” said Mrs Estherine Fotabong at the first Africa CSA Alliance Forum
Discussions have continued today at the Investing in African Mining Indaba which has brought together 7000 delegates from across the world to explore strategies on how to tap into Africa’s vast endowed natural resources for the benefit of African people.
The NEPAD Agency is participating in the Investing in African Mining Indaba today at the Cape Town Convention Centre to promote the sustainable use of Africa’s natural resources, in line with the Africa Mining Vision.
The need to fully support African women smallholder farmers to not only improve their production but also engage in effective and successful agribusiness activities that will benefit them economically and socially is imperative.
The 39th Annual Africa Travel Association (ATA) Congress place in Kampala, Uganda last wek. The theme of this year’s Congress, which has attracted local, regional and international delegates, is Tourism is Everyone’s Business.
The NEPAD Agency aims to ensure that up to 6 million farming households in Africa practice climate smart agriculture by 2021 by providing technical and capacity building support to farmers across the continent.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon has commended the contribution of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Agency, to the High-level Group on Sustainable Energy for All, also known as S4ALL.