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A propos de "Pleins feux"« Pleins feux - portraits de Jeunes Professionnels »  est une galerie de portraits de jeunes professionnels actifs et sources d'inspiration dans le développement agricole.Tu voudrais aussi « raconter ton histoire » ? Deviens membre d'YPARD et contacte-nous ! Quel est l’intérêt?A YPARD, nous sommes convaincus que partager son expérience c’est:
  • informer et partager des bonnes pratiques et leçons retenues
  • générer le débat de pensées et idées pour optimiser l’action
  • solliciter l’inspiration pour plus d’innovation et d’entreprenariat
  • ...et bien plus!

Pleins feux

  • #IamAg! Meet David Michael, Agricultural Engineer from Nigeria

    If you are looking for a job that gives you real job satisfaction, inner peace and a relationship with nature then I invite you to study agriculture. Agriculture is a noble profession because it was man’s first occupation and remains critical to the survival of mankind.
  • #IamAg! Meet Rossmery, Animal Scientist from Peru

    I think the reason more young people aren’t interested in an agricultural career is the lack of promotion. Agriculture has been left behind. In my country, every year universities are offering more office type careers, so young people are pursuing those. It is down to us, those that work in farming, to share our experience and tell how much we love to work in agriculture.
  • The Journey on the Farm: My #IamAg Theory of Evolution

    Today, I am agricultural economist, an agricultural extension officer and an agricultural communicator not only for YPARD Nigeria but for agriculture.You too can choose your agricultural path and become the best and that could turn out to be an inspiration for someone out there.
  • What is it like being a young agricultural professional in the 21st century?

    In the end, what truly matters is the love for agriculture that drives young people to grow their own food and maintain continuous production in spite of financial difficulties and initial obstacles. I would therefore like to see this generation as the one that changed the reality of agriculture for better, one garden at a time.
  • Growing Up on a Farm and the Rural Experience

    Growing up on the farm, in the rural area, provides a unique life experience. You learn many life skills and lessons. It can be exciting but there are times that it can be challenging as well. “I didn't think much of these rural experiences at the time, but I have begun to appreciate them lately in my work and life. Anytime I step on the farm, I become like a child again”
  • YPARD Helped Transform my Image of what Agriculture is all about!

    Many countries have stressed that many youth are no longer interested in agriculture. Yes, this was me at first; but now because of the work of YPARD, you can interact with thousands of young, bright innovative minds who have plans to transform the image of agriculture.
  • The Pigs, The Rich, The famous

    "Never listen to those who discourage you trying a new idea, to bring a difference in your life. Pig is a lovely animal worth rearing for profit and prosperity; it’s not a dirty animal for sure as they can give a decent income if one knows how to raise them well " says Mr. Amar Singh
  • Giving Back Was My Take-away from Youth in Landscapes Initiative

    Having the opportunity to give back and share what I’ve learnt in these master classes gives me the motivation to continuously find ways to share these lessons from the youth sessions. The only way that we can truly sustain our shared aspirations is by also ensuring that the future generations are given the same (or a better) chance of empowering themselves
  • Meet Nodar, not your ‘Typical’ Farmer

    Nodar calls himself an organic farmer. Between May and October he stays and works in his village. Nodar has some bees of his own and produces about 500 kg of honey per season. He also borrows 20 cows from his neighbors and looks after them as a shepherd from spring to autumn. He does not own any cows himself. He re-pays his neighbors by sharing what he makes off the milk produce.

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