In April this year Rugwegwe Olivier N. joined Agriterra’s commissioned research on sustainable carbon farming and carbon credits business models for farmers in emerging economies, focusing on Kenya as a case study. He wrote a blog about his internship.Read more
Agriterra trained 14 strong willed female (future) leaders in the first ever ‘Female Leadership in Agricultural Cooperatives Masterclass’, held in Kenya. The group is composed of Zambian, Ugandese and Kenyan participants, representing organisations that are active in coffee, dairy, sunflower or credit and saving.
Main purpose of the masterclass is to strengthen the leadership skills of these women. These highly motivated cooperative leaders return full of energy and ambitions back to their respective cooperatives, better equipped to take up their leadership roles and make a change contributing to closing the gender gap in agricultural cooperatives.
Powerwoman 11: Norah Asio Ebukalin from PKWI farmer to farmer cooperativeRead more