Nominations are now open for the Climate Smart Agriculture Project of the Year Award
Aid & International Development Forum are pleased to open nominations for the Climate Smart Agriculture Project of the Year Award.
Collaboration is paramount for the success of Africa’s future climate resilient strategy. From Governments, Donors, NGOS and the Private Sector, differing organisations must work together to form new partnerships that improve productivity, resilience and efficiency while lowering carbon output.
The Climate Smart Agriculture Project of the Year Award 2018 will recognise outstanding projects which unite multiple stakeholders in the agricultural ecosystem, with the shared goal of establishing or furthering Climate Smart Agriculture initiatives.
The nominees will be judged on their innovation, proven impact and project longevity.
Nominations will close on the 17th April 2018 and the short listed finalists will be announced on the 1st May 2018.
The winner will be announced at the Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Summit taking place on 15-16 May in Nairobi, Kenya.
To nominate a project for the award visit: www.csa-africa.aidforum.org/awards
Eligibility criteria applies.
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