1 December 2016
This webinar presented policies to overcome barriers to the production and marketing of family farming in Senegal and Brazil. The webinar also discussed Brazil’s potential to be a reference for African countries in family farming approaches. It demonstrated the link between social protection and family farming, as well as evidence of how they can be mutually reinforced. This event was held in French and it was the third of “The Brazilian Experience on Social Protection Programmes” webinar series.
- M. Amadou Kanar Diop, General Delegation for Social Protection and National Solidarity/Presidency of the Republic of Senegal
- Darana Souza, FAO
Moderator: Mario Gyoeri, IPC-IG