Watch this interview with Agnes Mwang'ombe and Ian Maw, representatives of the Higher Education Constituency in the GFAR Steering Committee. In June 2017 the members of the GFAR Steering Committee met for a dynamic three-day strategic workshop to set out their ideas for the actions the Partners in GFAR will take together to improve agri-food research and innovation towards achieving sustainable development. Together, they developed ideas for collective actions that will address big global challenges while keeping the farmer's needs at the center, driving the change across all agri-food sectors.

Date: Monday, 4 September, 2017 - 10
Author: GFAR
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GFAR themes 2013: Education reform (GCHERA)