Senior & Young Professionals in ARD

What would I learn?

  • What subjects and issues they are currently working on?

  • Who /What has inspired them to pursue a career in science and agriculture

  • The most exciting moment in thier career

  • The challenge which made them feel that working in the ARD sector may no longer be a suitable career pathway for them?How did you manage to overcome it

  • Their experience working on a joint project in developing countries

  • Aptitude(s) / Attitude(s) a young professional should have to work in ARD in developing countries?

  • Their 3 pieces of advice for better youth engagement and empowerment in the ARD sector

Their pieces of advice for better youth engagement and empowerment in the ARD sector

"Offer the possibility of working in a development project, not only in research"

"Promote workshop between young professionals of diverse stakeholder categories"

Young Or Senior Professional

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Ramona Mihaela Ciubotaru

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Senior Professional

French

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Worked in: Cote d’Ivoire, Togo, Ecuador, Brasil and Belgium

Philippe Petithuguenin

Aptitudes and/or attitudes  a young professional  should have to work in ARD in developing countries

what can young professionals bring to ARD or an interactive agricultural innovation system

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