In an event which takes place every 2 to 3 years at CABI, over 100 delegates of member countries will gather from across the globe for an open discussion on the major issues effecting livelihoods and environments back home.
Plantwise is set to present impacts, programme highlights and lessons learned over the course of the initial years of implementation for the food security initiative. Speakers from Kenya’s Ministry of Agriculture James Wajohi, and plant doctor Rose Kamau will share their experiences bringing Plantwise to their country, as well as a video of farmers talking about how plant clinics have affected their lives.
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