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The 3rd National Agriculture Summit

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The 3rd National Agriculture Summit

The 3rd National Agriculture Summit

Theme: Leaving no one Behind: for Food and Nutrition Security and Agriculture Competitiveness

Date: 4th and 5th July 2023
Venue: Kenya International Convectional Center
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All agricultural stakeholders are invited! The 3rd National Agriculture Summit is quickly approaching, and it promises to be a spectacular event focused on driving agricultural transformation, ensuring food security, and fostering competitiveness. Mark your calendars for July 4th and 5th, 2023, when we will gather at the prestigious Kenya International Conventional Centre to shape agriculture’s future.

Under the theme “Leaving no one Behind: for Food and Nutrition Security and Agriculture Competitiveness,” this summit is set to bring together a diverse range of participants, including representatives from the private sector, public sector, and other non-state actors. The stage will be set for dynamic panel discussions, exploring a wide array of topics such as agritech solutions, agricultural financing, policy dialogue, intergovernmental relations, and cutting-edge agricultural research.

This year’s summit will also look at the critical role advanced green and digital technologies, climate change adaptation, business models, agricultural inputs, extension services, and data repositories play in driving agricultural productivity. We believe that by embracing these key change drivers, we can speed up agricultural transformation, create new job opportunities, and pave the way for prosperity.

Recognizing the challenges faced by the agriculture private sector, we aim to unravel these complexities through partnerships and dialogue. By joining forces, we can facilitate accelerated transformation, boost trade, and attract vital investments to the agricultural sector. Collaboration between stakeholders is the key to achieving food and nutrition security, as well as maintaining competitiveness in global markets. Therefore, we encourage all participants to engage actively in policy dialogue, enabling us to shape the future of the agriculture industry together.

Agriculture policy is vast and complex, involving numerous public, non-governmental, and private sector entities. While private-sector initiatives are primarily driving the sector, it is undeniable that Kenya’s political economy is intricately intertwined with agriculture, influencing its growth trajectory. Understanding market dynamics and competition, as well as the role of policies in promoting fair competition and sustainability, is critical to the success of the sector. Government action and timely policy dialogue are more important than ever in navigating these challenges and seizing the opportunities before us.

Don’t miss the chance to be part of this groundbreaking summit that aims to revolutionize food systems, secure nutrition for all, and enhance the competitiveness of the agriculture sector. Join us at the 3rd National Agriculture Summit on the 4th and 5th of July 2023 at the Kenya International Conventional Center. Together, let’s shape the future of agriculture and pave the way for a sustainable and prosperous tomorrow.

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Goals and Objectives of The 3rd National Agriculture Summit

The aim of this summit is to;

  • Update on the implementation of Kenya’s Agriculture Sector Growth and Transformation Strategy.
  • Assess the competitiveness of the Kenyan agriculture sector.
  • Discuss roadmap to achieving food and nutrition security
  • Highlight technology and innovative solutions
  • Share industry trends, insights, learnings and recommendations
  • Adding value Public private partnerships

Topics of The 3rd National Agriculture Summit

  • Role of the private sector in the implementation of ASTGS
  • Enhancing sustainability and resilience of food systems
  • Challenges of the true cost of producing food
  • Models and applied methodologies to study food systems dynamics and trade-offs
  • Food safety and food Business operators
  • ACTF and regional trade competitiveness
  • Digitization in food systems
  • Agritech innovations in food systems
  • Ease of doing business in Kenya
  • Market trends and dynamics
  • Public-Private partnerships in the counties: modalities, opportunities and challenges
  • Intergovernmental relations: Adding more value

The 3rd National Agriculture Summit