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What about this "Showcase"?

Young Professionals' Showcase Room is a space where portraits of Active and Inspirational Young Professionals in Agricultural Development are displayed. You also would like to tell your story? Register and contact us!

What is the purpose of this and what do you gain from it?

YPARD team believes that sharing experience enables:

  • informing on good practices and lessons learned
  • generating thoughts and ideas for optimizing activities
  • inspiring each other for more innovation and entrepreneurship
  • ...and more!

Showcase Room

  • In a Farmer’s Shoes: Professional Farming - Leading By Example

    Emmanuel Ngore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science at the Kenyatta University. Besides, he is a Programme Officer at United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and YPARD Kenya representative. Emmanuel has worked with the youth for 6 years on subject matters pertaining to conservation of natural resources, policymaking, and diseases prevention.
  • The Youth for Sustainable Progress Club

    Giramahoro Guy Fleury is a 20 year-old Burundian that is in his first year of Business Administration at l’Université Lumière de Bujumbura. Besides this, he is currently driving a small project of goat farming.
  • Obstacles: A way to pursue your dreams

    Jordan Medeiros was borned in the countryside of Rio Grande do Norte State, Brazil, in a city called Acari. He has an Agricultural Technician degree with the Escola Agrícola of Jundiaí – UFRN (Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte) and he is currently studying Pharmacy at the same institution.
  • Vergil, Golden Age and Agribusiness

    Jo Cadilhon is Senior Agricultural Economist, at the Policy, Trade and Value Chains Program, in the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI).
  • From Electronics to Precision Agriculture / Da eletrônica para a agricultura de precisão

    I was born in 1979 in the city of Carazinho, located in an agricultural region in the southern of Brazil. Although my parents did not have any direct link with agriculture, grain farms have always been part of my daily life during childhood and youth, as well as agricultural events that aroused in me a great interest in machinery and equipment related to agriculture.
  • Turning nomadic life into successful ranching activities in Uganda

    It’s an untold story how I recovered the current Godstat Farm in Nakasongola district. In 2010 when I graduated, there were only four malnourished cattle to begin with. I leased out the land for re-development. Within one year the four cattle became ten cows which then set ground for the parent stock for Godstat Farm: a mixed beef and dairy farm located in the heart of the country...