Agricultural investment is a core issue that cannot be separated from land. Similarly the discussion is shaped by climate change. Agriculture is central to food security, unlocking youth entrance to job market. Land is at the core of it, and access is important in production. About 70-80% of income for youth and women is from Agriculture. Growth 34%. Livelihood depend on agriculture. We need to address the land right and build the nexus of climate change and land. Adaptation and investments and building resilience. This will form our discussion today.
AGRICULTURE, FOOD SECURITY, LAND AND CLIMATE CHANGE WORKSHOP.
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