Multi-Stakeholder GACSA Climate Smart Agriculture National Policy Dialogue.

    In 2015, FANRPAN in partnership with the Global Alliance on Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA) conducted Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA): Case studies in Tanzania and Malawi. It was under a project "Perspectives on Climate-Smart Agriculture from Across the Globe". The purpose of the study was to analyze gaps in the existing policy frameworks and identify relevant policy options.

    Ms. Shakwaanande Natai(Seated 1st R), Representing the guest of honour, Permanent Secretary, MInistry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (Agriculture), Dr. Tausi M. Kida, Executive Director-ESRF (Seated 2nd R), Mr. Njongenhle Nyoni, FANRPAN Representative (3rd) and Prof. Fortunata Makene, Head of Research and Publication -ESRF in a group photo with participants of the Policy Dialogue at Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) - Tanzania. Dr. Tausi M. Kida, The Executive Director -ESRF giving her welcoming remarks

    On 29th March 2016, FANRPAN in collaboration with ESRF conducted the Multi-Stakeholder GACSA Climate Smart Agriculture National Policy Dialogue, which brought together delegates from the government, private sector, civil society, farmer's organizations, agri-businesses and development partner agencies with a strong national presence or influence in food, agriculture and natural resource to come and share perspectives and experiences on CSA in Tanzania.

    Ms. Shakwaanande Natai giving an opening speech during the Policy Dialogue

    Mr. Njongenhle Nyoni, FANRPAN Representative

    Cross Section of Participants


    Last updated on 2016-03-29




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