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Youth - From ‘’who and how’’ to countries’ examples - Shared screen with speaker view
Dalia Abulfotuh (FAO)
40:35
Yes the recording will be shared!
Insaf Cherif
41:10
Good Morning
Francesca Dalla Valle - FAO Rome
41:11
Ben's sound is so so
katrien Holvoet
46:13
do you use definition AU or UN?
Greta Campora
54:09
Thank you for this presentation, very interesting. Is it possible to have the slides after the webinar?
Dalia Abulfotuh (FAO)
54:41
Yes the presentation and recording will be shared!
Greta Campora
54:54
Thanks @Dalia!
katrien Holvoet
59:59
Have regional economic commissions in near east and north Africa, targets for minimum investments in agriculture that should go to youth or address gerontocracy
katrien Holvoet
01:06:36
youth needs investments not only advocacy
Dalia Abulfotuh (FAO)
01:07:25
Absolutely
Sofiane Aroui
01:07:55
What is th Reason behind the diffrence in the definition of Youth age range. Does FAO takes into consideration the context of the continent in its programmes ?
Francesca Dalla Valle - FAO Rome
01:09:56
Hi Sofiane, FAO takes into consideration, when working in countries, the specific youth ageframe of the country where the intervention is operationalized. And yes, usually, the explanation of differences in ageframes follow also the fact that some countries may have a delayed phase from childhood into adulthood
Abdalnasser Madi
01:15:13
Please, I am from Gaza working with the fishermen. Let me ask , How to include the fishermen in Gaza in your projects?, Knowing that 90% from the fishermen are youth.
katrien Holvoet
01:17:35
did the Syria program manage to get youth better involved in sectorial decision making and planning ?
katrien Holvoet
01:18:08
have youth been organised ? if yes is it sectorial oriented ? or national
FAO - Amy Davidson
01:18:25
@INES - would you be able to provide the link to the on-line market of which you spoke? Thank you.
katrien Holvoet
01:19:06
thank you inis for an interesting presentation
Alisher Nazirov
01:29:57
Thank you much, indeed much needed discussion platform.Some three+ years ago FAO OER has come up with a document titled "Beneficiary counting guidance note: FAO SP5”. This document also includes guidance on beneficiaries’ registration and collecting a household profile of beneficiaries, which considers gender and age disaggregation as well. It has been used in Yemen and we are introducing the same registration template for FAO Iraq as well, and I believe similar work is done by other FAO decentralized offices. The limitation I see though, it is used in the emergency contexts mostly (SP5). Having similar guidance note at the corporate level for all decentralized offices would help FAO to have figures on youth supported indirectly as well.
Alisher Nazirov
01:30:07
Also, I second strongly Fransecsa’s notes on indicators disaggregation by gender and youth. The good part of this is the fact that in the project design phase and estimating target values, the share of youth will be estimated that will guide colleagues in charge of implementation to reach the target value for youth, but not report post-factum on the numbers reached.The above thoughts are for interventions other than targeting youth directly.
Dr Hosam Abd-Elghany
01:32:10
Thank you very much
abir abul khouduoud
01:34:30
• https://www.dropbox.com/s/2cynjfboaa8xw87/SS Nasrallah.mp4?dl=0 Mohamad story
abir abul khouduoud
01:34:59
https://www.dropbox.com/s/lbrptwx6p3n5yhy/SS Batoul.mp4?dl=0 Batoul a Syrian young refugee story
Anneleen Van Uffelen
01:35:50
I would be very interested in reading the publication, could you post the link ?
abir abul khouduoud
01:36:19
https://www.dropbox.com/s/3z1d7wrxw01smfs/SS Sari.mp4?dl=0 Sari story and farming passion
Beatriz Guimarães Almeida
01:36:59
Here the link to FAO-ODI publication https://www.fao.org/3/cb8658en/cb8658en.pdf
Anneleen Van Uffelen
01:37:06
thank you
katrien Holvoet
01:39:29
@ dalia: when working on a project proposal for AU on women entrepreneurship we were planning exchanges with Universities in Marocco who work on agri processing as they have excellent trainings and development of processing equipment; are there initiatives working with the universities on the aspect of mechanisation and youth employement as in service provision within value chains there is a lot of opportunity for youth entrepreneurship as youth are as well moving out of rural areas - from the agric production function ?
ruba khanji
01:46:52
can you share the link of the presentation
Francesca Dalla Valle - FAO Rome
01:47:23
The video of the webinar and ppt will be shared to all participants
Amin ABU-ALSOUD
01:48:56
The imposed restrictions by the Israeli occupation on access to lands and water resources in Palestine make the efforts of engaging youth difficult in the agriculture !
Ben
01:50:26
We have enormous potential to engage youths in cotton and related value chains in east and southern Africa if IT systems could become more affordable. I hear a lot about digitalization in all the case studies, is cost of digitalizing an issue / constraint? and if yes as I guess, how the FAO assist?
katrien Holvoet
01:52:49
thank you dalia is there documentation on this collaboration with universities ?
Ines de la Vara
01:53:12
The link to Nabta sellers-buyers group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/505114180568429
Ines de la Vara
01:53:31
not very populated yet, but aiming to
katrien Holvoet
01:55:55
@ Francesca: accessagriculture worked on video extension and they faced the problem of poor internet quality and they found ways around it perhaps good to see how they managed to overcome that challenge
ruba khanji
01:56:41
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCJpNJ54mOK7_ae0-vTsiBw - Series of videos in Arabic for DA
abir abul khouduoud
01:57:04
totally agree with Ben. but it is as Dalia is saying a context specific
Francesca Dalla Valle - FAO Rome
01:57:15
@Katrien - Indeed. We certainly foreseen that, but not to that extent, and it is certainly something to think ahead and include in costs if we wish to include youth in outreached rural areas.
Sakina Benabdelkader
01:58:50
Thank you Dr Dalia for helping youth in the region
Dalia Abulfotuh (FAO)
01:58:59
@katrien there will be a document coming out soon!
Anneleen Van Uffelen
01:59:24
thank you for this very interesting and informative webinar! Such amazing projects that were presented!
Khawla Njoum (FAOPAL)
01:59:57
Thank you all, can we have more insight on the student organization, it seems in its interesting initiative
Oumou Niang
01:59:58
The challenges related to internet access for rural youth are very present in Mauritania but we are working on an evaluation to better understand this issue :) and better implement our activities
katrien Holvoet
02:00:18
dalia thank you interested in the document thank you
Amin ABU-ALSOUD
02:00:21
Thank you very much for the shared useful information and resources !
Oumou Niang
02:01:02
Many thank to all for this interesting webinar
katrien Holvoet
02:01:19
thank you and hope this will be the start of a series
Ines de la Vara
02:01:41
Thank you so much Dalia, Francesca and colleagues. Great initiative
Ben
02:01:58
Do you notice through interactions with universities the urgent need for a continental address to the current agriculture curricular?
Nadia Ahmed Abd Elghany
02:01:59
Thanks for everyone
abir abul khouduoud
02:02:11
thank you organizers and all I will be happy to participate and contribute anytime and in anyway
Alex Mupango
02:02:14
Thanks to the organisers, I have enjoyed the programme... Dr. Mupango Alex from Zambia. Working for the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock.
katrien Holvoet
02:02:19
they don't have enough voice, have great dreams and potentials and they should be present in decisionmaking supported by set targets to invest in them
Djebbar
02:02:40
Thank you for this session. Looking forward to working together.
Benjamin Davis
02:03:10
thx everyone--a super interesting exchange. great work!
Dina Aboukaff
02:03:28
Some outreach activities can enhance the engagement of Youth in projects implementation
Alisher Nazirov
02:03:31
An action plan including capacity building activities of programme staff on targeting and addressing youth needs for the region would be beneficial. Thank you much, very interesting and good luck!
Ines de la Vara
02:03:33
Something I am worried about is the exclusion of Syria in regional events or platforms where youth can access funding and support
Ines de la Vara
02:03:47
it'd be great to think of ways to allow Syrian participants in
Hawa HawaSidibé
02:03:50
Merci,
abir abul khouduoud
02:04:12
we should think of a regional intervention that put this all together /regional project it could be simple and addrssing one issue
Dario Pollicino
02:04:13
Thanks so much to all the panelists!
ruba khanji
02:04:13
innovation and digital agriculture initiatives need continues time and support and not to be under project period only.
Sakina Benabdelkader
02:04:17
Thank you
Aly Dawa El Mestehdi
02:04:17
Thank you for this session
Noel Mulinganya
02:04:29
Thanks for the organizers for this opportunity to share achievements. Supporting the youths in accessing products markets is also need in our interventions
Amin ABU-ALSOUD
02:04:29
The challenges of youth in Palestine in my opinions are (i). Lack of access to lands and water (ii) Shortage of finance (iii). lack of know-hows.
Hawa HawaSidibé
02:04:30
L'opérationnalisation des plateformes de commercialisation pour les jeunes reste un défis.
katrien Holvoet
02:04:35
thank you very interesting meeting and great facilitation
Sakina Benabdelkader
02:04:57
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