IFIAD hosted an Independent Food Systems Dialogue in Malawi, in partnership with the Malawi Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence (MICGBV). The dialogue convened on 2nd July 2021 at Ufulu Garden Hotel in Lilongwe as part of the global preparations for the international UN Food Systems Summit to be held in September 2021. The event brought together different stakeholders such
Agribusiness incubators play a pivotal role in the ideation, start-up and scaling-up of agricultural businesses and small to medium enterprises (SMEs). But Africa’s agribusiness incubation ecosystems remain under-developed, and incubators continue to face various challenges, limiting their scale and impact. IFIAD participated in a regional workshop in Kampala, with incubators and policy makers from Malawi, Uganda, Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
IFIAD hosted the FAO Director-General H.E. QU Dongyu during his official visit to Ireland. Minister Pippa Hackett, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine joined an IFIAD roundtable chaired by Prof. Charles Spillane with Irish development aid agencies, universities and youth representatives at EPIC museum, Dublin.
We were back face-to-face this week at the IFIAD Food Systems Approach Workshop held at the UCD University Club. Herman Brouwer and Helena Posthumus from Wageningen University and Research shared some of the latest thinking on Food Systems. Some of the questions coming up for us were: What is NOT in a Food System? Do we need a common definition of a
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