Browse the Agrilinks community to find individuals and organizations working in food security.
Nigeria Joined April 02, 2021
3 posts Jan 11, 2023 - Food Lover Envisions Africa as the Food Basket of the World
Having practiced law for about 12 years, I realised that rather than merely servicing deficits, I could also apply myself to mitigating such deficits by getting involved in development issues. I am passionate about small holder...
Nigeria Joined November 12, 2021
1 post Nov 17, 2021 - Animal Traction-Based Conservation Agriculture Offers Multiple Benefits for Smallholder Farmers in Zambia
The Africa Research in Sustainable Intensification for the Next Generation (Africa RISING) Program comprises three regional research-in-development projects supported by the United States Agency for International Development as...
Nigeria Joined July 31, 2018
4 posts Mar 10, 2020 - Case Studies on Early Generation Seed Systems: A Project Overview
Nigeria Joined November 06, 2019
1 post Nov 07, 2019 - Nourishing Africa Webinar: Food and Land Use Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Framing for a Sustainable Transformation
Nigeria Joined September 20, 2019
1 post Sep 20, 2019 - Food Security Future Summit
Azeez Salawu, Nigerian, is a youth in agriculture advocate and climate activist with broad experience in mobilizing the youth for climate action, food and nutrition security and sustainable development in Nigeria.He is the Founder...
Australia Joined July 18, 2018
1 post Jul 10, 2018 - MSD and BEE: A Decade of Learning
Hyea Won Lee
South Korea Joined June 16, 2017
3 posts Sep 27, 2017 - IoT for Agriculture Webinar - Precision Farming: Sensors and Wireless/3G Phone for Smart Irrigation and Fertigation Applications
Nigeria Joined August 25, 2017
1 post Sep 11, 2017 - Promoting Youth Participation in Agriculture Through Football
I am an International development personnel with experience in Strategic Planning, Grassroots Engagement, Science Communication, Multi-stakeholders Management and Volunteerism. I work with rural farmers through the Open Forum on...