In the spirit of adoption of vision 2030 agenda, which is in accordance with UN member states pledge to ensure "no one will be left behind" and to "endeavor to reach the furthest behind first", there is need to enhance gender equality and social inclusion in agriculture a sector that supports a majority of rural population. What's more, gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) can promote equitable development.
Agricultural sector is critical in fostering economic development in Africa and Sub Saharan Africa. More than 60 % of sub Saharan Africa's population is smallholder farmers and up to 23 % of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in this region comes from agriculture.Date:
02 November 2020 to
06 November 2020Time:
08:00 - 17:00Venue:
FineResults Research services training center, NairobiContact:
Edith WairimuCompany name: FineResults Research ServicesTelephone number:
+254 759 285 295Email address gro.hcraeserstluserenif@gniniart