In this learning session of the CoP Youth Agripreneurship we will explore how knowledge sharing strategies can serve different stakeholder groups to empower youth, from young agripreneurs to practitioners and policy makers.
We will delve into two essential questions:
1. What are the knowledge needs of different stakeholder groups?
2. How can we make use of existing knowledge of effective and inclusive youth agripreneurship approaches to position ourselves future-ready?
The session will feature case presentations from co-facilitators who have been at the forefront of knowledge management approaches within the field of youth agripreneurship. They will share their experiences, successes, and the remaining challenges they have encountered while implementing impactful strategies:
- AYA; Digital Platform for Young Agripreneurs - Eastern Africa Farmers Federation
- Toolkit on Youth in Food Systems; Guide for Practitioners - Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation
- African Policy Dialogues; for Policy Makers - INCLUDE Knowledge Platform
Are you interested or involved in a youth agripreneurship initiative? Would you like to join an open learning conversation to improve your efforts? Then we welcome you as a participant in the learning sessions and a member of the CoP.
Join our online conversation about meaningful youth engagement here
This learning session is the second in a series of three, all focusing on exchanging lessons and best practices related to the recommendations on effective youth agripreneurship programming identified in thepolicy brief developed by NFP,INCLUDE andThe Broker.
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