Mapping of European donor financial contributions in Burkina Faso, based on 2017 OECD DAC data.
•Urban areas (youth) have been doing well
•Rural youth less so:
–Little to no education
–Little access to land: Underemployed in unpaid labor
–Large numbers (70 million Ethiopians below age 30)
Making Ethiopia a middle income country where democracy, good governance, and social justice flourish based on equity and participation of its citizens.
The majority of the youth in Ethiopia live in rural areas where agriculture is the main source of livelihood.
Published on the Food and Business Knowledge Platform on 19 August 2019, a factsheet showing the preliminary results of the Organizing business models for SMAllholder REsilience (OSMAR
Published in June 2019, the 2019 Access to Seeds Index presents four rankings and in-depth studies that evaluate the performance of global seed companies as well as the regional industry in South and Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.
An international multi-stakeholder workshop on Seed Systems Development was held at ILRI Addis Ababa campus, Ethiopia, on 17 May 2019.
L’INSSA (Burkina Faso) a accueilli du 4 au 12 mai derniers trois collègues de l’INSP pour un séjour d’échange scientifique.
Recently SPEED project supported two of its staff to undertake study visits on Grant Management. Competency in grants management is key for effective and seamlessproject implementation.