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Under the leadership of H.E. President Alassane Ouattara and the theme of “Accelerating Africa’s Path to Prosperity: Growing Inclusive Economies and Jobs through Agriculture”, the AGRF 2017 is shaping up as a premier platform to showcase ongoing progress in Africa’s agricultural transformation agenda and to scale up the political, policy, and financial commitments needed to achieve the Malabo Declaration and the global development agenda around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Make sure you use the forum hashtag #AGRF2017

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The Launch event runs between 4th and 8th September. We will share the video link closer to the date.

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The African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) was established in 2010, following a three-year series of African Green Revolution Conferences (AGRC) held in Oslo, Norway from 2006–2008. Today, the Forum has emerged as Africa’s leading “platform of agriculture platforms” that brings together a range of critical stakeholders in the African agriculture landscape, including African Heads of State and Governments, ministers, farmers, private agribusiness firms, financial institutions, NGOs, civil society, scientists, development partners, and technical partners to discuss and develop concrete plans for achieving the green revolution in Africa. #AGRF2017

After Seizing the Moment at AGRF 2016 and securing political, policy, and financial commitments of more than US $30 billion, African leaders must move decisively to harness this surge of support for agriculture and ensure it creates jobs and drives economic growth across the continent—particularly for 300 million young Africans coming into the job market over the next 15 years. The #AGRF2017 will take place from Monday, September 4th through Friday, September 8th, 2017 in Cote d’Ivoire under the theme “Accelerating Africa’s Path to Prosperity: Growing Inclusive Economies and Jobs through Agriculture

The African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) was established in 2010, following a three-year series of African Green Revolution Conferences (AGRC) held in Oslo, Norway from 2006–2008. Today, the Forum has emerged as Africa’s leading “platform of agriculture platforms” that brings together a range of critical stakeholders in the African agriculture landscape, including African Heads of State and Governments, ministers, farmers, private agribusiness firms, financial institutions, NGOs, civil society, scientists, development partners, and technical partners to discuss and develop concrete plans for achieving the green revolution in Africa. #AGRF2017

#AGRF2017 will explore innovations and actions on the ground that ensure smallholder farmers and small rural agriculture businesses are at the heart of driving and benefitting from Africa’s agricultural transformation. It will promote good continental and global practices and highlight projects and programs that seek to develop sustainable food systems, harness indigenous and international innovation(s), cultivate inclusive agri-preneurship, foster resilience, encourage the aggregation, disbursement and investment of blended finance, and facilitate the adoption of modern farming techniques. It will look at how governments, businesses, and other partners are coming through on the political, policy, and financial commitments from AGRF 2016

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT

Waiganjo Njoroge, AGRA Global Media Lead at wnjoroge@agra.org or Tel. No: +254 723 857 270
Ng’endo Machua, AGRA Digital & Content Development Specialist at nmachua@agra.org or Tel. No +254 723 591 877

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