National Reference Group Meeting on Agro- Processing: Where does Agro-Processing meet Trade, Climate Change and Food Security?.

    Ambassador Extra Ordinary and Plenipotentiary Modest J. Mero(Middle) in a group photo with participants of the meeting

    On September 16th, 2016 the Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) in partnership with CUTS International Geneva organized a National Reference Group Meeting on “Agro- Processing: Where does Agro-Processing meet Trade, Climate Change and Food Security?”,which was officiated by Ambassador Extra Ordinary and Plenipotentiary Modest J. Mero at ESRF Conference Hall. Ambassador Extra Ordinary and Plenipotentiary Modest J. Mero giving his remarks

    The Meeting sought to share findings of the policy research study with stakeholders on how agro-processing can become more climate aware, trade driven and food security enhancing in Tanzania. Dr. Oswald Mashindano, Research Associate - ESRF insinsting a point when making a presentation

    The meeting also chated out the current policy agenda in order to identify where to influence policy and briefed stakeholders on the status of current multilateral trade and climate negotiations A cross section of participants A cross section of participants


    Last updated on 2016-09-19




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