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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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GACSA will discuss CSA and Innovation at the Climate Week in New York.

Side Event at CWNYC: ”Agriculture And Climate Change: How Multistakeholder Actors Are Driving Positive Change And Innovation” Date and time: September 20 – 09:00am – 11:00am Location:  Grand Hyatt Hotel (109 E 42nd St, New York). Event hashtag: #CWNYC On September 20th, the Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture (GACSA) with The Earth Institute Columbia University are hosting a side event at the Climate

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Prospering for Progress

Aishu Narasimhadevara, a valued member of the Global Coordination Unit of CSAYN, reports on the her engagements and activities during the UN High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development.

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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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