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AID Information Market 2019

Date: Wednesday, August 21, from 12:00 – 16:30 pm CET

Location: Arboretum, Wageningen, the Netherlands

Another year is here and EuroAfriLink is welcoming new students to Wageningen University and city. Visit our stand where fresh African students can receive counseling. Other services exist for you to take advantage of.

Blockchain Expo Europe 2019

Aim: Networking opportunities, with the networking party at The Beach Bar, trade promotion and exhibition.

Organiser: IoT Tech Expo, AI & Big Data Expo and Cyber Security & Cloud Expo.

For Whom: Start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs.

Date: 19-20 June 2019.

Location: RAI, Europaplein, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

NB: The conference will comprise: 21 conference streams, 500+ speakers and an exhibition of 300+ companies.

Please, click here to learn more about this conference and exhibition.

 

National Stakeholder Workshop on Promoting Climate Finance to support Agriculture through Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) Processes in ACP countries

Aim: To contribute and improved climate finance to support agriculture in general and climate smart agriculture (CSA) in particular in ACP countries.

Organiser: Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation (CTA), Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED) and FOKABS.

For Whom: Agri-professionals

Sector: Agriculture, Climate Change and Finance Women.

Location: Hotel Vallée des Princes, Douala, Cameroon

Starting and closing date:  23rd  to 24th May, 2019 (Two days).

In this workshop EuroAfri Link  local branch representative would be present to talk about our services and why we are interested in climate change issues.

 

International European Entrepreneurial Region Conference

Aim: Empowering Sustainability

Organiser: provincie Gelderland

Speakers: Diana Matroos, Louise O. Fresco

Starting and closing date: Wednesday 22 May – Thursday 23 May

Please, click here to learn more about this conference.

 

NRW meets The Netherlands in Düsseldorf

Aim: Trade promotion between Dutch and German startups, scale-ups, companies and organizations.

Organiser: OostNL, Startplatz and NRW.International

For Whom:  start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs from the Netherlands and Germany

Sector: Food, Health and the Environment

Starting and closing date: 5-12th April 2019

Participation:
15 start-ups and companies from North Rhine-Westphalia
15 start-ups and companies from the Netherlands

In this network come together, EuroAfri Link will give a pitch about their services and experiences.

Please, visit  OostNL website to learn more about this huge network opportunity!

 

UCAS Seminar

Title: Youth and agriculture – challenges and opportunities in Africa.

Organiser: United Community of African Students – UCAS

For Whom: Students, Agri-professionals.

Sector: Agriculture, ICT

Starting date and closing date: 4 April

Location: Orion Building from 10:00-19:30

 

Workshop on Catalysing actionable knowledge to make next-generation ACP agriculture work for women

Aim: For participants to share their experience which will be turn into actionable knowledge for women in agriculture

Organiser: CTA and partners

For Whom: Agri-professionals from all over the world

Sector: Agriculture, Women and Gender.

Starting date: 4 December

Closing date: 6 December

In this workshop EuroAfri Link will be sharing her experience.

Please, visit CTA website to learn more about this workshop.

 

AID Information Market 2018

Date: Wednesday, August 22, from 12:00 – 16:00 pm CET

Location: Arboretum, Wageningen, the Netherlands

We at EuroAfri Link are happy to inform you that as part of welcoming new students to Wageningen University and the city, we have a stand at number 131 where new arrivals especially African students can receive counselling as well as get to know other services we offer. Come visit our stand for a one on one talk!

 

FoodFIRST conference “Team up with African Agripreneurs”

Date:  Friday 1 June 2018

Location:  Utrecht, the Netherlands

Keynote speeches: José Graziano da Silva, Director-General FAO, Louise Fresco, President of the Executive Board WUR, Josefa Sacko, AU Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, Gilbert Houngbo, President IFAD and Reina Buijs, Deputy Director-General for International Cooperation at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Rabobank together with other partners organised a one-day conference about the opportunities and challenges involved in investing in Africa. The opportunity is that Africa has a booming urban market whereby farmers and agri-food entrepreneurs can supply fresh and healthy food to feed the population. The challenge for investors such as the Dutch Diamond actors is how to connect to these opportunities offered by the African markets ad how to make the linkages more effective.