2nd Biennial Conference on Africa Climate-Smart Agriculture
- Posted by: Gaetan Dermien
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2nd Biennial Conference on Africa Climate-Smart Agriculture: DeSIRA-LIFT co-organises two events
COLEACP is the lead of the second service area of the European Union’s DeSIRA programme working closely with African research organisations towards the Development of Smart Innovation through Research in Agriculture contributing to sustainable agriculture and food systems. More specifically, DeSIRA-LIFT’s Service Area 2 works to support FARA, AFAAS, ASARECA, CCARDESA and CORAF (collectively known as CAADP-XP4 organizations) playing a key role in Africa’s agricultural knowledge and innovation systems. COLEACP works closely with GFAR, EFARD, IFAD, FAO and other partners and with Agrinatura in the implementation of DeSIRA LIFT.
In this context, DeSIRA-LIFT is contributing to the programme of the upcoming Biennial Africa Climate-Smart Agriculture Stakeholder Conference, organised by FARA and its key partners from 14 to 16 September 2022 in Accra, Ghana, and online.
FARA and DeSIRA-LIFT invite you to two events jointly organised:
- Thematic Paper Presentation on Compatibility assessment of agroecology and CSA practices (see programme)
On 14th September 2022 (11h30-13h30 and 14h30-15h30 GMT)
Online and at Botsio Hall in Alisa Hotel, 21 Dr. Issert Rd, North Ridge, Accra (Ghana)
Register here to attend the event online: https://tinyurl.com/2p8j43zc
- Side event on The contribution of agroecology to climate change adaptation and mitigation (see programme)
On 15th September 2022 (8h30-11h00 GMT);
Online and at the Penthouse of the Alisa Hotel, 21 Dr. Issert Rd, North Ridge, Accra (Ghana)
Register here to attend the event online: https://tinyurl.com/2p9btfra
The events aim at discussing agroecological approaches and practices which contribute to climate resilience and concrete ways in which agroecology can support adaptation and mitigation strategies. In addition, the two events will table recommendations to mainstream agroecological principles into the Climate Change and Climate-Smart Agriculture debate and call for investments.