AGM 2018

Nomination for members of the Board 2018

In light of the CPD requirements and the submission of CPD activities SACNASP created a website for registered scientists to capture and keep a record of all their CPD activities.

The website address: https://cpd.sacnasp.org.za



Regional Trans Boundary Pests and Diseases Meeting Harare 2017 Summary


Synoptic Summary
Southern and Eastern Africa Regional Technical Meeting on Preparedness and Response Actions to Emerging High Impact Trans boundary Crop and Livestock Pests and Diseases (Harare, Zimbabwe 14‐16 February 2017)


On 14 – 16 February 2017, FAO, in collaboration with the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and the International Red Locust Control Organization for Central and Southern Africa (IRLCO‐CSA) organized a three‐day Regional Meeting in Harare, Zimbabwe, which was attended by key government ministries and departments responsible for disaster management, plant protection and livestock health and production. In addition to the government participants, the meeting was also attended by specialist regional and international/inter‐governmental organizations, development partners, non‐governmental organizations (NGOs), private sector representatives, academic institutions and other major stakeholders from countries that are affected or at risk from priority transboundary crop pests and animal diseases.

The meeting was financially supported by the FAO, USAID, DFID, and the Africa Solidarity Trust Fund (ASTF).

Regional Trans Boundary Pests and Diseases Meeting Harare 2017 Summary

SASAE Annual General Meeting 2016

SACNASP Registration letter 26 August 2016
Notice AGM 2016
Proposed SASAE Constitutional changes for membership categories AGM 2016
Nomination for membership of the board of SASAE 2016

AFAAS is a continental platform for mutual learning and innovation among agricultural extension and advisory services providers across Africa. From its inception, AFAAS had aligned itself with CAADP Pillar IV (technology generation, dissemination, adoption and training). Through this alignment, AFAAS has been contributing to African Union’s goal of delivering average growth rate of 6% GDP. Cognisant of the fact that the African Union Commission (AUC) has recommitted itself to enhancing CAADP momentum based on the Malabo declaration of June 2014, which emphasises accelerating agricultural growth and transformation for shared prosperity and improved livelihoods. AFAAS is reaffirming its partnering with AUC in translating the commitments of the Malabo declaration into results; this is strongly articulated in the 2015 April MoU between AFAAS and AUC. In particular, AFAAS will play the pivotal role of enhancing the utilisation and adoption of: productivity enhancing technologies; value adding processes; and, loss reducing practices; largely among smallholder producers.

AFAAS held its first Africa Wide Agricultural Extension Week in Gaborone Botswana in August 2013,which brought together over 300 delegates from more than forty countries within and outside Africa. The delegates underscored the fact that Africa faced key challenges in agricultural productivity, because farmers did not get optimal value for their efforts and from their land potential. Some of the key factors causing this include, among others, the Policy environment, capacities, delivery systems, approaches and tools like Information

First Announcement Agricultural extension week 2015 Addis Ababa Oct 5-10
The date of the AFAAS- Africa Wide Agricultural Extension Week 2015 has changed from 5 - 10 October 2015 to the new date 12 - 16 October 2015.
SASAE Annual General Meeting 2015
SASAE Constitution Review 2015

JOLISAA Policy Brief



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