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Sharing agricultural and rural knowledge in Africa - Addis Ababa share fair in October

Join us in Addis Ababa in October to showcase and share ways that Africa's agricultural and rural knowledge is created, shared, and put to use ....

We are looking for innovators in sharing knowledge related to climate change, land, livestock, and water ...

We are looking for experiences from the grassroots, in science and policy, and by intermediaries ...

Beyond the four themes above, there will be sessions on mobile sharing, indigenous knowledge, value chains,… Continue

Posted on August 29, 2010 at 12:31pm

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At 12:12pm on August 10, 2010, Nahum Korda said…
Thanks. I will contact Joitske Hulsebosch.
At 6:40pm on July 21, 2010, Nahum Korda said…
I wonder what happened to this initiative: Is there any follow up? Where can I find more about it?
Thanks in advance,
At 4:01pm on April 7, 2010, Anand Sheombar said…
Hi Peter,

Jasper Grosskurth said that you might be interested in the following: I have set up a NING community about social media for development for my research and to exchange knowledge.
SOME4D brings together all who are interested in social media usage for international aid and development by Dutch based organisations.

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