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The 2014 Africa Progress Panel report presents the two faces of Africa: robust economic growth and continuing poverty. But the report suggests Africa could change this duality by asking: how can resources make a positive impact on development? While impressive headline growth figures are reported, …
This leaves us with four indisputable challenges: Achieving food security by and for the food insecure millions as soon as possible; Repairing and preparing our ecosystems/resource-base in order to feed the estimated, additional 1 billion people in Africa by 2050 and achieve sound economic diversification…
The key objectives of the conference are: To determine how EbA can be harnessed to protect and restore Africa’s ecosystems as well as integrate it into policy framework to enable improved agricultural production and productivity To identify scalable and inclusive business models for EBA driven…
· Investments and Policy support for driving EbA driven agricultural productivity and job creation in Africa promoted · Scalable innovative financing and inclusive business models for EBA driven agriculture explored · Key opportunities and actions for successful rollout of EBA driven agriculture across the entire…
The conference will take place over two days, and will consist of a combination of plenary and panel group discussions. Each plenary will be structured around one theme and resourced by high level thinkers from diverse perspectives and sectors. The breakout session will be framed…
The conference is co-organized by UNEP in collaboration with other UN Agencies, Governments, Private Sector, Research Institution, NGOs, CSOs Scholars, Donors, and Local Governments etc.
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              Africa Adaptataion Knowledge Network (AAKNet)    Fanrpan   Pan Africa Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA)     CIAT     CCEC            Eco Agricultuture                                   

About the Conference

The 2014 Africa Progress Panel report presents the two faces of Africa: robust economic growth and continuing poverty. But the report suggests Africa could change this duality by asking: how can resources make a positive impact on development? 

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