Strategic Agriculture and Food Shortage Solutions for Africa (Agri Summit)

Venue: Premier Hotel - OR Tambo

Location: Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa

Event Date/Time: Jun 05, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 07, 2012
Registration Date: Jun 01, 2012
Early Registration Date: May 25, 2012
Abstract Submission Date: May 18, 2012
Paper Submission Date: May 25, 2012
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The summit on Strategic Agricultural and Food Shortage Solutions for Africa’s intention is to bring together
stakeholders from the private sector, government and leading international agricultural experts. Speakers will
include top agricultural government representatives to address the impacts, strategies, best practices and new
methodologies for undertaking agriculture challenges and food insecurity in Africa.
The main aim of the summit is to focus on the viability, sustainability and profitability of Africa’s agricultural sector.
Through applying agricultural innovation, sustainable agriculture processes, knowledge sharing and
management. This summit will examines the social , environmental and economic challenges that are the
backbone of Africa’s food insecurity and proposes a solution for action to be taken by governments, NGO’s,
Representatives of Farmer Groups and the international community in order to sustain greater food security. The
summit will examine methods in which to minimize any instability to food security and agricultural sustainability
through innovation and knowledge management.
Target Market
• Agricultural Government Departments
• Representative of Farmer Groups
• Agricultural Cooperatives
• Financial Institutions and Banks
• Agricultural Societies and Investment Groups
• Agriculture Funds
• Institutional Investors, privatization and investment promotion agencies
• Regulators and Government Agencies
• Development Agencies and Development Banks
• Food Processing and Agri-Companies Ÿ
• Exporters & Importers
• Municipalities
• NGO’s
Tel: 0027 12 997 7676
Fax: 0027 12 997 7034


Additional Information

- Importance of Agriculture to Society and the Economy - Socio Economical Factors - Political Factors - The Impact of Climate Change on African Agriculture - Importance of Fertilizer - Insurance and Risk management - Applying irrigated agriculture - Use of ICT in Agriculture - Water control - Land Resource Management - Water Technology and Hydro Agri works - GMO's - Forestry - Organic Farming - Crop Protection Management