Food & health evolution

Food & Health Evolution with Angela Nuhn

Just for a change, we brought in Angela Nuhn who happens to be a vegan chef and the founder of Kindred Kitchens. Angela gave in much thought to bring about the name ‘Kindred Kitchen’, she also has her philosophy about being healthy. She gives insight on Food & health evolution. For more info visit KindredKitchens.ca TheRestaurantEvolution.com. Read our blog post on this subject.

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Lets talk agriculture with Kent Nnadozie

I got the opportunity to bring you the Secretary of the International Treaty FAO, Kent Nnadozie on the ‘Let’s talk agriculture’ podcast show . In this episode, we got an insight into the International Treaty and its impact on smallholder farmers and plant breeders. They work with farmers, plant breeders, scientists, and policymakers around the world to take care of the seeds that feed us all. http://www.fao.org/plant-treaty/en/

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Let’s talk agriculture with Olivier Muvandimwe

Today we brought in Olivier Muvandimwe all the way from Rwanda, he happens to be a part of the Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network(CSAYN) Global as the Country Coordinator. He decide to share with us their growth when it comes to the agricultural sector and the opportunities they have put in place for youth in Rwanda.

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Let’s talk agriculture with Lily Singelengele

This episode features Lily, a Gender Specialist who is a country coordinator for Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network. She shares about her work, as a gender specialist, how they want to create a balance between women and men, and of course her experience as the Country Coordinator of CSAYN Global.

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Let’s talk agriculture with Dominic Amon Nyasulu

This episode features Dominic Amon Anyasulu who is the Country Coordinator for the Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network (Global) Malawi Chapter. He shares both his challenging and exciting experience serving as the Country Coordinator for 5years and counting.

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Let’s talk agriculture with Dr. Samuel Opoku

This episode features the Regional Coordinator of the Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network (CSAYN) Global Morocco who is Dr. Samuel Opoku talking about his experience so far as the coordinator in Morocco, and of course his impact in Morocco.

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