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“Agriculture is much more than Farming”

~ Alpha Sennon

WhyFarm In Action

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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Why Farm at Thought for food Global summit

My TFF Drug: From Ambassador to Closing Keynote Speaker

I now understand why they call it a keynote speech, it’s the speech that opens the door to many opportunities especially when given at a summit, none other than the Thought for food Global summit. When the founder of Thought for food humbly wrote me and asked, if I would be willing to deliver the...

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Whyfarm Rwanda

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 thats Whassup with AgriCoolture

AgTalks: Whassup with Agriculture? Young innovators tell their stories Our very own Founder & Executive Director of WhyFarm Mr. Alpha Sennon will share how he is rebranding the culture of agriculture. AgTalks starts 5:00 AM Trinidad time on Tuesday, 29th, 2016 Follow the link to watch live https://webcasting.ifad.org/agtalks Alpha Sennon describes himself as a “farmerpreneur”. He...

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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 economy, accounting...

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