Update from ACi: Training Material Available on FAO Website
As part of its drive to promote sustainable cashew production in Africa, GIZ and its project the African Cashew Initiative (ACi) have partnered with the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
The FAO’s “Technologies and Practices for Small Agricultural Producers” Knowledge Sharing Platform (TECA) is an avenue through which different partner organizations, ranging from national, regional and international research organizations, to advisory services, universities, NGO’s, development agencies and producer organizations, provide agricultural technologies and practices.
Available in English, French and Spanish, TECA is multilingual and aims to facilitate the documenting and sharing of practical agricultural information targeting small producers and extension agents across the world.
This partnership between GIZ and FAO allows the African Cashew Initiative (ACi) to publish its extension material on the TECA website and so giving a wider audience access to valuable information about cashew production, whilst facilitating a capacity building beyond ACi’s intervention zones. Training and extension material developed with ACi’s support is already available on the platform and will be continuously updated.
Please visit here to access the platform: http://teca.fao.org/home