This week, Inside From An Outsider features another fellow blogger – The African Academic / Researcher.
Upon discovery of one of their most recent posts on a Farm Data Management course, it can be seen that education is the solution for economic development in emerging nations. The course is offered to various organizations who work with farmers to further their insight on management and consulting activities. Overall, it is aimed at helping the agricultural sector in developing nations further expand investment and establish much more sustainability in the industry.
Below is a link to the article:
What? Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) together with the Pan African Farmers’ Organisation (PAFO) are pleased to call for applications for a new online course: “Farm Data Management, Sharing and Services for Agriculture Development”. This course builds on the content and experience of the GODAN Action online […]Tailored opportunities: Free online course (with certificate) on Farm Data Management, Sharing and Services for Agriculture Development — The African Academic / Researcher
It is not uncommon to have agricultural activities as a driving force to GDP in up and coming economies. That is exactly why courses such as Farm Data Management are an ideal pathway forward for self sufficiency.
In your opinion, what other courses / resources should be used to help spur agricultural innovation?
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