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African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) works toward inclusive, agriculture-driven prosperity for Africa by strengthening the production and dissemination of more gender-responsive agricultural research and innovation. We invest in African scientists, research institutions, and agribusinesses so that they can deliver agricultural innovations that better respond to the needs and priorities of a diversity of women and men across Africa’s agricultural value chains.
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    📢 On Monday Nov 23rd @ 9am EST don't miss the first of @PIM_CGIAR's webinar series "Publishing Agricultural Development Research in Social Science Journals."

    ⭐ Register here! http://bit.ly/38MvuEK

    #OneCGIAR @CGIAR @cgiarspia @AWARDFellowship @Ruth_Meinzen_D @Cheryl_Doss

    📢TODAY @ 4pm SAST don't miss the first of @PIM_CGIAR's #webinar series "Publishing Agricultural Development #Research in Social Science Journals."

    📌The #journal publication landscape

    Register 👉 http://bit.ly/36Z2mYD

    #OneCGIAR @CGIAR @cgiarspia @AWARDFellowship

    Have you registered?
    Join us today for the first session of our 3 webinar series as we look at 'The journal Publication Landscape'. Where we focus on the publication process, overall landscape of journal publishing, provide guidance on selecting a journal.
    https://bit.ly/2USUCle

    Weekend Read: Climate shocks reduce temporary urban out-migration rates in Eastern Africa https://bit.ly/331IX8h @IFPRIResearch

    Are you an early career researcher? Have you registered for our webinar on publishing agricultural development research in social science journals? Join us this Monday for our first session on 23 Nov 2020| 9:00 to 10:30 EST. Register here https://bit.ly/2HhUzMw

    . @PIM_CGIAR WEBINAR SERIES 🖥️ Publishing Agricultural Development Research in Social Science Journals

    📅 Nov 23 and 30 & December 7, 2020
    🕘 9:00 – 10:30 AM EST
    Info & Register ➡️https://cultivatecom.ms/3nAZk3v

    #research #OneCGIAR @CGIAR @cgiarspia @AWARDFellowship @IFPRI

    #Women and #youth are capable of working in the #agricultural sector, we should stop the narrative that we need to fix them but instead address the issues and systems holding them back. Interesting read by ~Jemimah Njuki~. https://bit.ly/33iDaLJ @jemimah_njuki

    The @NiWARDN virtually hosted its eighth conference, the efforts of NiWARD are geared towards reducing #poverty, #hunger, and malnutrition in #Nigeria, especially in rural communities, through the works of AWARD fellows. read more👉 https://bit.ly/3kSjaFG

    Are you interested in #Gender Responsive Crop Breeding? Join #Gender-Responsive #Researchers Equipped for #Agricultural Transformation (GREAT) first virtual Symposium. November 24, 2020, https://bit.ly/3nBJmpD

    Join our #webinar on publishing #agricultural development research in social science journals which will be held on Nov 23, 30 & Dec 7, 2020, from 9:00-10:30 am US Eastern Standard Time. Register now: https://bit.ly/2UxRuuH

    Webinar Invitation: Publishing Agricultural Development Research in Social Science Journals - https://mailchi.mp/268dadca25fc/award-webinar-invitation-publishing-agricultual-development-research-in-social-science-journals-1790320

    #WebinarAlert

    Join @PIM_CGIAR @cgiarspia & @AWARDFellowship for a series of three webinars on the strategies to apply when publishing agricultural development research in social science journals.

    Dates: November 23 and 30 & December 7, 2020
    Time: 9:00 – 10:30 AM EST

    @YPARD Director, @yemi_adeyeye speaks with @CGIARgender tomorrow drawing on lessons from Africa in supporting young women to drive inclusive and resilient food systems.
    Follow the link below to register to join.
    http://bit.ly/AfricaCultivate

    Webinar alert!
    What does it mean to meaningfully employ young people?
    Join @WangariMaathai and @GreenBeltMovmnt for an enlightening webinar on transformational leadership and what it means today.

    Don't miss out this Friday; Nov 20, 2020 at 3:00pm- 4:00pm EAT

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    A deep dive into the potential of Social Network Analysis as a tool for monitoring and evaluation of capacity building interventions.

    Read more: https://bit.ly/36wj5Ci

    Weekend read: The future of #Africa's #agriculture

    What is the role of data in growing Africa’s agriculture for #foodsecurity?

    https://bit.ly/3eWDR1R

    What to consider when choosing a journal? What do editors really want? What types of peer review are most useful? - -and MORE! in the 🆕#webinar series w/ @CGIAR's @cgiarspia & @AWARDFellowship
    @Cheryl_Doss @Ruth_Meinzen_D @IFPRI @TravisLybbert https://bit.ly/PublishingAgRes

    How can we support young #women to drive inclusive and resilient #foodsystems in the face of #COVID19 & effects on agriculture? Join #GenderinAg discussions led by @CGIARgender at #cultivateafrica

    Register: http://bit.ly/CULTIVATEwomeninAg

    #OneCGIAR @_AfricanUnion @AGRAAlliance

    Join the African Youth Agripreneur Forum (AYAF) #webinar series themed “Driving Sustainable Nutrition and Gender Inclusivity in #Africa’s Agri-Food Systems: Youth Agripreneurs Seize the Decade”. 10 Nov 2020 |11.00 – 13.00 GMT (Abidjan time). Register now https://bit.ly/3ndRpZL

    Efforts to limit global warming often focus on emissions from fossil fuels, but food is crucial, too, according to new research https://nyti.ms/2Icl9XO

    How Can we make #digitalization work for #African agriculture? The role of the enabling environment. Read more: https://bit.ly/3n2nF1S

    The Alliance for Financial Inclusion is seeking for a consultant; African Development Bank (AfDB) Gender Case Studies
    Application deadline: 12 Nov, 2020.
    Click on the link for more information: https://bit.ly/38hnuLO

    How can the #youth be empowered to lead in the #agricultural sector, boost agricultural productivity, enhance #foodsecurity, and expand economic opportunities for young men and women? https://bit.ly/2I9y3W5 #climatechange

    Are you seeking to make the #greenhouse a safer place? Sign up for the Managing Health & Safety in Greenhouse Operations #Webinar on Thu, Nov 5, 2020, 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM AST https://bit.ly/2I4Srrq

    ⭐We are pleased to welcome @jemimah_njuki to @IFPRI as our new Director for Africa! Joining us most recently from @IDRC_CRDI, Jemimah has extensive experience in Africa's agriculture sector and is a leading voice in gender equality work.

    ⭐Read her bio: https://www.ifpri.org/profile/jemimah-njuki

    This year’s theme, ‘Digital Transformation in African Higher and Tertiary Education’ will stimulate dialogue on how African HEIs can digitally transform their various business processes in #teaching, learning, working spaces, events management, etc) Visit: https://events.aau.org/auweek/

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