Watch this interview with Keron Bascombe, representative of the Youth Constituency at the local level in the GFAR Steering Committee. During the recent meeting of the Steering Committee on 8-9 February 2017, Keron stressed the need to overcome the limitations that smaller organizations can face by joining together in the larger networks of GFAR. Keron strongly believes that in order to engage in collective actions, we all must ensure that research and innovation are driven by the demand of those at the grassroots level of agriculture, especially the youth.

Date: Friday, 24 February, 2017 - 14
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GFAR themes 2013: Opening access to knowledge (CIARD), Youth in agriculture, Accountability for actions