Day 2, Wednesday 01 October: Rising to the Challenge and Deepening the Engagement
Plenary Key note address
Positioning FANRPAN in the Climate Smart Agriculture global discourse by Dr Lindiwe Majele Sibanda (FANRPAN)
Documentary - FANRPAN Climate Smart Agriculture best practices Documentary:

Post-harvest losses and implication on Family Farming: Fisheries Systems by Mr John Linton (NRI)/Dr Sloans Chimatiro
Parallel Session 1: Climate smart agriculture
Climate Smart agriculture (CSA)- Opportunities and Challenges: Farmers' Perspectives by Dr Mohlalefi Moteane
Evidence of the changing climatic scenarios in African Agro -ecologies by Dr Oliver Crespo (University of Cape Town)
Vulnerabilities of African family farm to impact of climate change by Mr Tendayi Kureya (Development Data)
Mainstreaming Climate Smart Agriculture into Policy frameworks: Policy scoping studies synthesis by Dr Mairon Lima Bastos (ESG) /Prof Nnyaladzi Batisani (BITRI)
Climate Smart Agriculture put to Practice by Farming Families by Mr Misael Kokwe (FAO- Zambia)
Gender in the CSA discourse by Ms Leisa Perch (RIO+ Centre/UNDP)
Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture, Health and Urban sectors by Dr Mao Amis(AFRICEGE)
Parallel Session 2: Post- harvest loss management
An overview of the FANRPAN Post-harvest loss management (PHLM) projects by Dr Bellah Mpofu (FANRPAN)
An overview and key progress of the PHM-SSA by Ms Gloria Gummah
Comprehensive review and valuation of the PHLM Policies context, food security and agriculture value chain and other relevant regional initiatives in Benin, Malawi, Mozambique, and Madagascar by Prof John Derera (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Analysis the policy environment and existing institutional arrangements for managing climatic risk to crop production and post-harvest by Prof Absalom Manyatsi (University of Swaziland)
Evening session: Launch of AfricaInteract Study Reports and CSA Community of Practice
AfricaInteract Study Reports Launch: Reports titled: Review of Research and Policies for Climate Change Adaptation in the (i) Agriculture, (ii) Urban, and (iii) Health Sectors in Southern Africa" (Download the speech)
Launch of the CSA Community of Practice by Ms Leisa Perch

A Big Thank You