Twenty-seven (27) people from twenty (20) African countries participated in the 2022 edition of the Knowledge Management for Agricultural Development Challenge (KM4AgD Challenge).
These participants were presented and sponsored by different regional organizations, including CORAF which presented five (05).
CORAF participants came from the Togolese Institute of Agricultural Research (ITRA), the National Institute of Agricultural Research and Development of Cape Verde (INIDA), the Central African Institute for Agronomic Research (ICRA), the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s Institute for Scientific and Technological Information (CSIR-INSTI) in Ghana, and the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI) in Liberia.
Fellows give their impressions on the spot
The KM4AgD Challenge is a flagship project for knowledge-based development in Agricultural Research for Development (AR4D) in Africa, which takes place annually in a growing number of countries.
This year, participants underwent intensive training in knowledge management techniques from June to September.
Their journey culminated in the awarding of certificates at the second annual continental conference on KM4AgD.
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