Category: Pakistan

CSAYN Promotes The 6th Brazil Africa Forum Using Music

Music is the global universal language. It not only conveys stories, but it is also a tool to improve well-being, develop skills and education and create pathways out of poverty. Yet, music has never been looked at a standalone use case and benefit to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Yet, music is creating new pathways to

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June Newsletter: Cameroon Engage Youth Farmers & Students, Success Stories From the Field & Many More!

The Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network (CSAYN) consists of volunteers based in 20 sub-Saharan African countries, Canada, Germany and Indonesia, who promote and strengthen Climate smart agriculture and sustainable development issues among youth. Find attached our newsletter for the month of June. Click Here: CSAYN Newsletter June 2018 Edition You can contact us anytime! Lets Do

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Launching Ceremony of CSAYN Pakistan

The Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network (CSAYN) Pakistan Chapter held its official launching under the hosting of Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan. The event took place at the DG hotel, Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan. This makes CSAYN’s 3rd officially-launched south Asia Chapter. The chapter is yet another progress to empower Pakistani youths through shared

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Introducing: CSAYN Pakistan Country Coordinator

Dr. Muhammad Amjad Bashir works as a lecturer of Entomology in Ghazi University at Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan. Aside from this, he has over 10 years volunteer experience working for community development in general especially in agriculture and farming development. I was in search of platform to help the agricultural community which i have found

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Welcome to the CSA Youth Network!

The CSA youth network is a group of volunteers who have strong interest in Climate-Smart Agriculture, and the environment. Our main goal is to educate the youth and people living with disabilities on CSA practices, increasing productivity, and climate change adaptation and mitigation. Our project originated from the concern of young Africans on the impacts of

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