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Online Forum on Climate Resilience of Food Systems, putting Agroecology elements to action: Examples for national policy implementation and international developments - Shared screen with speaker view
Ayman Zyadeen
01:12:00
hi
Jimena Gómez
01:19:29
Thank you Sena and JVE Togo for your excellent work!
Emile Frison
01:20:32
Great experience from Togo.
Nic Pacini
01:24:12
It could be useful to see a more targeted brief and sharp message addressed to the attention of the G20 on the subject of urban and peri-urban agriculture (agroecological?), as this could be a subject of the next G20 dialogue. Feel welcome to feed it through my address: Nic.Pacini@governo.it
Sebastian Burgos
01:24:30
We ecourage all participants to raise their questions to our panelists.
Fabio Leippert
01:26:20
@Fernanda: Impressive example from IFAD's Portfolio on how agroecology is being supported and also to Show that These Projects Can reach big numbers (not as often critizied, that only "small" Projects are possible. Can you give a bit more perspective on what IFAD thinks of using AE Elements to guide their Portfolio and increasingly use AE Elements to transform Food Systems and make them more resilience? We all know more Funding is needed for this type of work.
Nyasimi
01:30:19
Can we get copies of the presentations?
Lukas Stiefel (Biovision)
01:31:17
@Fernanda: Would you say that your project provides a perspective for the youth? Often we hear that agriculture has no perspectives for the youth, so does agroecology provide more attractive future perspectives?
Sarah Olembo
01:31:20
kindly send presentations Emails : ahono.olembo@gmail.com
TH DOA Margaret C. Yoovatana
01:31:35
Unstable connection, looking forward to receiving the recording. Thanks
Fabio Leippert
01:31:41
@Nyasimi: Of Course you will receive access to all presentations & recording as a follow up to the online forum
Sarah Olembo
01:32:12
Thanks Nyasimi
Mihaela Dudita
01:32:25
will this follow up be sent to all participants?
Nyasimi
01:33:19
@Fernanda Most farmers I have talked to mention that agroecology is labor intensive, especially to women. What agroecology practices are easier ti implement, requiring less time and energy?
Sarah Olembo
01:36:57
Rather how can we enhance and support the work of women without throwing them out of the production cycle and replacing their work with machines to the women's dentriment as they are rendered jobless?
Fabio Leippert
01:38:30
@Mihaela: Yes, we will share the documentation and a wrapup of the Event with all of you.
Mihaela Dudita
01:39:00
Great, thank you!
Adriana Opromolla
01:40:20
Dear everyone, thank you very much for this enthusiasming webinar! Great to see so much support and consensus around the need for Agroecology for better food systems! Sorry I have to leave now, looking forward to the recordings and PPTs. Warm regards, Adriana - Caritas Internationalis
Maylina St-Louis
01:42:13
Thank you Adriana, we will circulate the materials in the coming days. Best regards, Maylina
Sarah Olembo
01:49:20
You passed the questionnaire too quickly!
Diego
01:50:08
I would suggest that we need to think more on how the markets and consumers will pay for agroecology (more than simply food production).
Valerie Dermaux
01:54:06
I Don't see the window to answer
Valerie Dermaux
01:54:34
ok!
Fabio Leippert
02:08:55
@all: As time was short for the questionnaries, you Can still share ideas and proposals with us after the Webinar and we can take it up in the minutes, when you found more time to distill it.
Fabio Leippert
02:08:57
thanks a lot
Fernanda Thomaz da Rocha
02:11:39
Many thanks!
Ayman Zyadeen
02:11:48
thank you all
Martial Bernoux
02:11:49
Thanks to all
IFAD Rikke Olivera
02:11:53
Thank you
Valerie Dermaux
02:11:55
thank you!