Bridging the gap between farmers, investors and food professionals

8 – 9 December 2016. Brussels.

This event will a unique opportunity to connect with farmer organisations, private sector actors and financial institutions and to discover sound assessment tools for farmers’ performance and professionalism

5 reasons to attend:

  1. Discover how to obtain a complete profile and rating of farmer organizations on their professionalism and entrepreneurship by using a sound tool
  2. Meet farmers, investors and food professionals in the heart of Europe
  3. Exchange finance and business experiences with smallholders
  4. Exchange learnings and insights from assessments of farmer organizations with the SCOPEinsight’s tools
  5. Connect to a platform that builds global curriculum for capacity building of smallholders to become performant business organisations

 

Registration and information on the seminar visit the website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Laureene Reeves Ndagire

I am trying (and slightly failing for the most part) to keep 2 blogs, but once in a while something will appear in your feed, so be patient with me My first blog: https://thesmartfoodfield.wordpress.com/, is about food, its production, loss, waste and threats within our food systems. I am a passionate young farmer, with a fruit farm in Uganda and while in the Netherlands i am involved with an urban garden where i live in Wageningen. I am a PhD candidate [researching but not attached to any projects at the moment], doing research on resilience for food and nutrition security in post-shock regions. My PhD will assess emerging shocks that threaten food and nutrition security, and discuss approaches/tools for building resilience, and identify knowledge and action gaps that can support policy on the topic. I aim to examine how food insecurity can be an input to and outcome of conflict, and look at the complex relation between food security, and shocks that pose a threat to food and nutrition security. The blog covers North -North, South-South, South-North interventions to reduce food loss/waste along the value chain and building stronger food systems. My research interests also stretch to: sustainability transitions, environmental justice, 'the sharing economy', urban commons, utopian thought, social movements around 'peak-everything', and in general planning, policy, social movements and contestations around sustainable urban development. There is also a second blog: https://thisgirlandherfeet.wordpress.com/ - this is my travel blog, with little stories of hidden and not so hidden places that i have been to, and those that i will go to I am still looking for my utopia and have no patience for people who stereotype or put others in a box...

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