Within the framework of IFAD’s participation in COP27, PARM/INSURED will host the side-event “Strengthening farmers’ resilience through climate risk insurance: Who pays and how?”, to be held on 17th November.More: https://bit.ly/3THFZ0V
The Platform for Agricultural Risk Management (PARM) is organizing its 3rd K-Sharing and Learning event “Building capacities to empower farmers to manage risks at farm level: lessons from experience” on Wednesday, 12 December 2018 in Lusaka. The main objective of the event is to bring stakeholders together to exchange ideas on innovative and solution-based capacity development approaches to disseminating knowledge at the farm level, through peer-to-peer, south-south cooperation and partnership building - read the event Concept Note and Agenda.
This event has become necessary following stakeholders’ recognition of capacity development as one of the key pillars for agricultural risk management, and the need to strengthen farmers capacity to develop innovative solutions to mitigate, cope and/or transfer the risk of all kinds.
The event will welcome participants from across government agencies, farmers' organizations, the private sector, civil society groups and many more. Participants will share and exchange ideas through panel discussions, showcase and group activities.
The event registration is open until 20th November 2018. Partner and non-partner organizations are welcome to submit their initiative for the showcase activity through our online Call for Proposal Form by 20th November 2018.
The main activities of this event are coordinated by the PARM team in Rome, Italy, and its partners in Zambia. Any further information should be forwarded to email@example.com.Find the event Concept Note and Agenda below;
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The PARM Team jointly with NEPAD organised a mission to Niger to follow-up on the PARM/NEPAD, WB and FAO Workshop to build synergies and re-launch activities in the country.
The PARM Team organised its first visit to the country in December 2014 to follow-up on the agricultural risk management process already started with FAO and NEPAD in 2013.
PARM First Advisory Committee Meeting was held via Teleconference on 29th October 2014 from NEPAD HQ in Johannesburg, bringing together knowledge and cooperation partners, private sector, regional economic communities (RECs) and farmer organizations.