Technical forum: Characterization of family farming in the Caribbean
Event Date: June 23, 2017
Time: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. (Costa Rica’s time) / 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Trinidad and Tobago’s time)
Language: English with simultaneous translation to Spanish
City: Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Information: Karol Alpízar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Objective: To socialize the results of the study of characterization of family farming in the Caribbean carried out within the framework of the IICA’s Family Farming Flagship Project.
|08:30||Welcome words - Technical forum presentation||Salvador Fernández - Director of Technical Cooperation from IICA and Gregg Rawlins - Representative IICA Office at Trinidad & Tobago|
|08:45-09:30||Characterization of family farming in the Caribbean||Dr. David Dolly - Consultant|
|09:30-09:45||Insights about family farming||Prof. Terry Tucker - CALS-IP at Cornell University|
|09:45-10:00||Questions and answers||Karol Alpízar, Agriculture and Food Security Specialist from IICA (email@example.com)|
Dr. David Dolly
Agricultural Consultant who specializes in Agricultural Extension Practice and Extension Education. He holds degrees in Agriculture and Extension Education from the University of the West Indies and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA. He is a fellow of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education. He recently retired from lecturing at the University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine but still supervises several post graduate students who are pursuing Masters and PhD degrees. His subject areas of teaching at UWI were Extension programming and practice, Rural Development, Gender Studies and Island Food Systems. He has been the recipient of an Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of the West Indies.
Dr. Dolly leads the newly formed Caribbean Agricultural Extension Providers Network (CAEPNet) which has been ably supported by the Global Forum for Rural Advisory Services (GFRAS). As such, he is on the International Steering Committee of GFRAS. CAEPNet hopes to outreach the entire Caribbean soon.
Prof. Terry Tucker
Director of the undergraduate major in International Agriculture and Rural Development and the minor in International Development Studies; Co-Director of the Global Development Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program; Director, Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program and Associate Director of International Programs – CALS at Cornell University.
Prof. Tucker´s outreach activities focus on strengthening post-secondary agricultural education and the improvement of extension and advisory services (both public and private) in developing countries. Interacting with NGO-based development practitioners, extension educators, leaders of rural membership organizations and the private sector to help organize and strengthen long-term partnerships for agricultural and rural development in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
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