Tag: Social Reporting

Renforcement de capacités en social reporting pour le Forum régional Manioc

Renforcement de capacités en social reporting pour le Forum régional Manioc

Les technologies de l’information et de la communication, en particulier les médias sociaux constituent aujourd’hui un canal important pour la mise en réseau, l’échange d’informations, … et communiquer. Dans ce cadre, il s’est tenue le 4 et 5 décembre à Yaoundé (Cameroun) une session de renforcement des capacités de huit jeunes d’Afrique centrale (RDC, Burundi, RCA et Cameroun). Elle a été axée sur le social reporting en vue de la couverture du Forum régional sur le manioc en Afrique centrale (#Cassava2016).

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11 October 2016
Interview: From the outside looking in on CWA2016

Interview: From the outside looking in on CWA2016

In attending the Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA 2016) we entered a different environment aiming to share experiences and best practices for the benefit of the region's agricultural sector.

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20 February 2017
“Investment is invaluable, investment is you.”

“Investment is invaluable, investment is you.”

Ultimately and at the end of CWA Plenary Meeting, you sit there and wonder, what then is the best investment strategy for the Caribbean going forward?

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20 February 2017
Tradition vs Innovation of Caribbean Agriculture

Tradition vs Innovation of Caribbean Agriculture

The increasing demand for Caribbean products has led to innovative approaches in resolving agricultural issues in the region.

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20 February 2017
Every Bit Counts! An integrated approach to agricultural investment in the caribbean

Every Bit Counts! An integrated approach to agricultural investment in the caribbean

Executive Director, Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI), Barton Clarke, addressing the opening session of Caribbean Week of Agriculture 2016, said the time has come for an integrated approach to boosting the potential for agriculture across the region.

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20 February 2017
Report on a 'reporter's' thoughts

Report on a 'reporter's' thoughts

Via social reporting activity, not only are persons able to learn about CTA, the sponsoring partners of the event and their projects, but also it encourages youth to get involved in the discussions, providing information to those unable to join.

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20 February 2017
Meet the CWA2016 Social Reporters!

Meet the CWA2016 Social Reporters!

One of the greatest ways to take the Agricultural sector forward is to invest in its future, so once again the CTA has supported the youth of the Caribbean and the Pacific via practical and professional development activities.

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20 February 2017
Supply vs. Demand of Coconut: An Unprepared Caribbean?

Supply vs. Demand of Coconut: An Unprepared Caribbean?

It’s fair to say that at this pace, the Caribbean is running out of coconut”. These sentiments were expressed by Compton Paul who coordinates a regional coconut programme at the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) in Trinidad.

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20 February 2017
Are the value chains in the Caribbean choking development?

Are the value chains in the Caribbean choking development?

The shift from fresh to packaged products has long since begun and seems to be expanding, with ventures such as Grace Foods and Rainforest Seafood in addition to many small scale agro processors and brands. The new task is ensuring these products are sustainable and meet international standards.

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20 February 2017
Unforgettable two days at the Pacific Community AgriTourism Week

Unforgettable two days at the Pacific Community AgriTourism Week

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20 February 2017

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