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En pleine lutte contre la COVID-19, les journalistes agricoles du Congo poursuivent la couverture médiatique dans les coins et recoins du territoire national. De l’Equateur en passant par le Nord-Kivu, ils sont derrière les paysans qui ne sont pas en confinement jusqu’à présent. Car , ils doivent nourrir les villes.
In the midst of the fight against COVID-19, agricultural journalists in Congo are continuing media coverage in all corners of their national territory. From the Equator through to North Kivu, they are working amongst the small landholders who have not been in confinement so far because the cities must be fed.
Reflections from the 2019 IFAJ Pre-Congress Tour
A recording of a Zoom session with a panel of young farmers as they talk about what’s next for food and farming as the world advances into the post-COVID-19 era.
With the postponement of the IFAJ Congress in Denmark until 2021 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a week of online activity was held from 22-26 June 2020 to celebrate the spirit of the Congress.
“Agriculture needs specialized, experienced journalists and communicators who can describe and explain the whole, complex picture”
The Food & Agriculture team at Reuters Events is inviting IFAJ members to a free webinar on Thursday July 16 at 4:00 pm GMT which will explore the growing impact that technology and data are having across agriculture and food.
This Friday from 1-3pm GMT, a young farmers’ panel debate on what next for food and farming will be debated from the perspectives of seven young farmers from Argentina, Australia, Canada, The Netherlands, South Africa, Sweden and the UK.
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