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KCOA Project: Sustainable agriculture training for multipliers

The Knowledge Centre of Organic Agriculture Project (KCOA) is hosting a training workshop on sustainable agriculture technique. This workshop will focus rain-fed cropping – increasing productivity with organic practices. This is a follow up to the organic horticulture workshop held in September 2021. 

Katima: 04-05 November 2021
Kongola: 07-08 November 2021
Rundu: 10-11 November 2021

This training opportunity is offered under the auspices of the Knowledge Hub for Organic Agriculture in Southern Africa (KHSA). This is one of five regional hubs within the continent-wide Knowledge Centre for Organic Agriculture (KCOA) project focused on growing the adoption of organic farming practices in Africa. The trainings will be offered by Namibian facilitators Wiebke Volkamnn and Erastus N’dungu.

Wiebke Volkmann is a freelance facilitator based in Windhoek. She co-managed her family’s cattle farm near Otavi and was the training coordinator for the Community Based Rangeland and Livestock Management programm in the Northern communal areas. Her passion for gardening and healthy soils led her to compost making and urban agriculture. Wiebke combines Holistic Management principles and practices, compassionate communication and organic agriculture in her personal life and facilitation.

Erastus N’dungu is from Lima Farms and a passionate farmer and trainer based in Katima Mulilo. He was the National NAB Small Scale Farmer of the year winner in 2019. His aim is to assist farmers across the country to embrace sustainable climate smart agricultural practices.099BCAC8-D99F-44DC-ACA0-6C8AA164A2DB 1 105 c
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