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Last updated on février 20, 2018

[amazon_link asins=’B008QUT9VC,B016JG3PMI,B073TYF4KT,B071RNYMCJ’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’booknewsmada7-21′ marketplace=’FR’ link_id=’b3b11b53-1660-11e8-a331-5b75eed3283e’]The 30th Regional Conference for Africa officially started on 1 February 19 in Sudan. This year’s theme focuses on the sustainable development of agriculture and food systems in Africa.

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30th Regional Conference for Africa

[amazon_link asins=’B008QUT9VC,B016JG3PMI,B073TYF4KT,B071RNYMCJ’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’booknewsmada7-21′ marketplace=’FR’ link_id=’b3b11b53-1660-11e8-a331-5b75eed3283e’]The 30th Regional Conference for Africa officially started on 1 February 19 in Sudan. This year’s theme focuses on the sustainable development of agriculture and food systems in Africa.The 30th Regional Conference for Africa (ARC), organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), kicked off in Khartoum, Sudan on Monday, 19 February. Held over five days, this conference will focus on the theme « Sustainable Development of Agriculture and Food Systems in Africa: Improving the means of production and creating decent and attractive jobs for young people ».

The conference will discuss issues of production and professional issues in the agricultural field, including the problems of young Africans to find work and earn a living wage in the sector, despite their potential. The issue of job creation in this sector will also be addressed.

« The conference will also address climate change and its impact on FAO’s work and activities, and build resilience to address the extreme vulnerability of African agriculture and rural livelihoods, » he said. we learned from the FAO press release.

On the other hand, the results of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS), the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) initiatives, the renewal of the commitment to the African Solidarity Trust Fund (ASTF), the rounds on the SDG Agenda 2030, and other strategic topics will also be addressed during these five days.

Jose Graziano da Silva, Director General of FAO, will open the Ministerial Session.

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