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[Save the Dates] Good Morning Stakeholder Forum Invitation | Leap4fnssa Project February 1 @ 9:00 am - February 15 @ 1:00 pm CET

Dear colleagues,

The LEAP4FNSSA Project will host the Good Morning Stakeholder Forum ‘From Model to Practice’ – contributions to the Long-term AU-EU Platform for R&I on food, nutrition security and sustainable agriculture (FNSSA). The overall aim of the event is to bring funding institutions and stakeholders from the West Africa-EU…


Added by Noureddin Driouech on January 13, 2022 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Call for Open consultation Building a Europe Africa Multi-Stakeholder Platform Via LEAP4FNSSA Project

Subject: Open consultation: “Building Europe-Africa Multi-Stakeholder Platform” Have your say!

Why an open consultation? 
An open consultation is a participative instrument to open the decision-making process to all those willing to get involved. Its main objective is to listen to often unheard voices and make good use of them: it is the first step towards a…

Added by Noureddin Driouech on April 13, 2021 at 6:21pm — No Comments

Dialogue for Action and Brokerage in West Africa Workshop | Call for Innovative Ideas: Deadline for application 15 August 2020

In view of the West Africa Workshop (to be held virtually on 28-29 October), LEAP4FNSSA launched a  Call for Innovative Ideas. The main objective of the call is to gather innovative solutions to mitigate the socio-economic and environmental impacts of pandemics. The three topics concerned are: 1) innovation and digitalisation in…


Added by Noureddin Driouech on July 6, 2020 at 6:18pm — No Comments

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We all get a great deal out of our engagement in KM4Dev. Maybe you would be happy to express appreciation through a regular voluntary contribution. Crowd funding works! 

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