What has WhyFarm been up too?

The month of July in Photos The students in St. Christopher’s Anglican School Siparia, loved every second of AGRIman. We were happy to give back to our community, after all #AGRIman was born and breed in Quinam Road, Siparia. Imagine someone from South Africa meeting someone in Brazil who is from Australia (Jamie who is…

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Meet the WhyFarm RWANDA “Agri-Tubura” Team

The demographic structure of Rwanda is characterized by a youthful population with the agricultural sector being the backbone of the Rwandan economy, accounting for a third of national output and employing nearly 70% of the country’s labor force. However, there is compelling evidence to suggest that the farmer population is ageing, which must be addressed…

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WhyFarm Rwanda

Whyfarm Rwanda The demographic structure of Rwanda is characterized by a youthful population, the majority of which (28%) are aged between 16-30 years. Each year above 300,000 Rwandan youth seek to enter the country’s workforce, too many of whom are not met with success. The agricultural sector continues to be a backbone of the Rwandan…

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Social Media Enthusiasts Wanted!!!

Announcement: “Building your Social Currency Workshop in Trinidad & Tobago”               The local agriculture sector faces many challenges: limited access to information, poor implementation policies and disjointed land administration agencies. Even so, many stakeholders of all kinds face these problems head on, creating solutions that benefit their environment. Problem…

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AgriVenture introduces a new culture to youths

Uprooting Assumptions WhyFarm through its AgriVenture tours has introduced students at the primary school level to a new culture of agriculture which teaches more than the traditional farming practices. AgriVenture has been developed to introduce an Agricultural Adventure for children to be educated in Agriculture while having fun and simultaneously learning   the role in which they can adopt…

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