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Youths in Agribusiness: Chonyui Bouldwin Duna

In the third of the ‘Youth In Agriculture’ series, we meet Mr. Chonyui Bouldwin Duna, a professional Animal Production Technologist from Cameroon. He shares with us his educational background, agricultural activities, how he overcomes challenges and valuable insights on engaging African youths in agriculture.

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CSAYN NIGERIA Chronicles

CSAYN was launched in Nigeria in October 2014 at the premises of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi campus Anambra State with the theme: Think, Eat and Save. Here’s a summary of our events and activities since inception: 1. In 2015, we celebrated the World Food Day with juvenile prisoners in Delta State and participated in the

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Ghana Takes the Initiative.

– Accra, Ghana. CSAYN in Ghana has established clubs in schools and raised awareness on SDGs among members of the clubs. We have also engaged the members in practical activities such as tree nursery establishment and clean-up exercise. We also engage local farmers by building their capacities in climate-smart agriculture. We are hoping to officially

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CSAYN Reports from Congo DR

Bonjour a tous, je suis Andre Moliro, coordonateur pays etRegion afrique central CSAYN RDC. Je dirige aussi Hope land congo http://adf.ly/1nOqGz. Nous sommes actif avec csayn avec les activites sur terrain depuis 2015 : 1. 2015 lancement officiel de csayn en rdc par une conference sur la   ‘agriculture inteligente face au,climat 2. 2015: mise en

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Celebrating FARA: Commemorating the 15th anniversary of our partner

By: Alejandra Soto (CSAYN Global Unit) On November 26th the celebrations of the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) anniversary were inaugurated in Johannesburg, South Africa, and will continue till the 28th of this month. For this event many activities were prepared under the main theme “Delivering Africa’s Future Through Science-led Agricultural Transformation”, including the

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