YouthDay

Posted By in AgriProFocus Zambia
Posted 12 August 2017 at 05:44

Youth Change Makers in agribusiness, Agripredict!

As we celebrate the international youth day of the united nations today, we would like to introduce Agripredict to you! Agripredict was spotted from the AgriHack which was our first ever youth in agribusiness event.

AgriPredict is a machine learning program that can be harnessed in agriculture as a risk and disaster management tool. Farmers experience droughts and diseases that affect their livestock and crops, and end up losing huge assets and investments. Fortunately, this group of youths have developed a technology to change all of that. They have developed an app called AgriPredict.

The app will be launched at the 2017 Regional Agribusiness Platform, themed “Enhancing Agribusiness through Networking,” in chipata, on the 24th and the 25th of August.

See you there!

Posted By in Youth, Agriculture, Business
Posted 12 August 2017 at 11:48

We believe Youth in #Ethiopia can bring change! Let's involve them more! 

Celebrate the International Youth Day - 12 August 2017

#IYD2017 #YouthDay @AgriProFocus  

Joshua Godwin Hello guys,Am Joshua Godwin from Tanzania current working as the manager at the Tea farmer association,i would like to welcome you all  and know more about our us

2 months 6 days ago

Posted By in Jeunesse et entrepreneuriat Bénin
Posted 11 August 2017 at 10:45

L'AgroBusiness, une affaire des jeunes

AgriProFocus engagé dans la promotion de l'entrepreneuriat agricole des jeunes.

#YouthDay  



Posted By in AgriProFocus Indonesia
Posted 11 August 2017 at 09:44

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Master educated young women back to village to start organic farming

Apni Olivia Naibaho, 34 years old, quit job in capital city to start organic farming. She founded Siantar Sehat in 2013 and now work with 6 other female farmer to produce organic vegetables and processed vegetables into healthy snack. Two Months a go, Siantar Sehat has launched its apps to make consumer easy to buy the healthy organic vegetables.

Apni Olivia Naibaho, a young female farmer from Pematang Siantar, North Sumatera is one of our Young Agripreneurz Ambassador 2016 finalist and been honored as most dedicated participant. Before become a farmer, she is graduate from master program in one of university in Jakarta and used to work in capital city for years. During that time, whenever she come home to Pematang Siantar, she looks at the way of farming that all the farmers in her region done : using pesticide and chemical fertilizer massively. This way of farming affects the products qual

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Maula Paramitha Wulandaru Betul Mas, belum banyak yang berkomentar, perlu distimulasi terus. Untuk edukai anak usia sekolah namun tidak terintegrasi dengan sekolah, salah satunya sudah diinisiasi oleh Daeng Jamaluddin Dg Abu

2 months 6 days ago

Farida Mahri di cirebon kami dari Yayasan Wangsakerta  berusaha mengenalkan pertanian kepada anak2 di usia dini, bekerjasama dengan guru/sekolah, namun belum dilakukan secara reguler.

1 month 3 weeks ago

Latifahtun Nisa menginspirasi dan menambah semangat :)  apakah bisa share kontak mbak apni ?

1 month 2 weeks ago

AgriProFocus Indonesia Hi Mbak, ini kontak Apni https://agriprofocus.com/profile/apni.naibaho.24085

1 month 2 weeks ago

Apni Naibaho Hi Mbak Latifahtun, salam kenal dari Apni :)Ini no hp plus WA: 081382681534.

3 weeks 2 days ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Myanmar
Posted 11 August 2017 at 03:00

Saw Htoo Baw: A young farmer with big dreams

ၿမန္မာဘာသာၿဖင္႔လည္းေအာက္တြင္ဖတ္ရႈေလ႔လာႏိုင္ပါသည္။

Proudly presented for coming International Youth Day (12 august 2017)

There is a saying that good habits formed at youth make all the difference. We can distinctly see this saying’s strong evidences by reading the below story. Here is an inspirational success story about a young farmer with big dream who can make a great change for his community.

Saw Htoo Baw, aged 33, a member of AFFM, is a young farmer from Tha Bite Kone village, Hle Gu Township in Myanmar. After he attend a ten-month residential intensive training program at NEED-Myanmar, an Eco Village Farm School. He applied all the knowledge and techniques to make the modest changes and then he and his community get reasonably higher income than they normally would, though the production output did not increase much.

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