There was a Session open to the Community (Sobas, other leaders, farmers, technicians and guests). At the Session the following presentations were made:- Main challenges in family farming, Mr. Cristiano Luís, representative of the families;- Expectations and ambitions of the small and medium producer, Mr. Rosa Flor, representative of Cooperatives and Associations;- From Diagnosis to Strategic Implementation and Commitment, Mr. Sundays Watela,Representative of Project Dombe 4.0 .; link Presentation From Diagnosis to Implementation This was followed by a field visit in groups to provide the opportunity for all participants to interact with the beneficiary farmers of the project.
There was an institutional Presentation Session addressed to government entities, project partners, funders, the media. At the Session the following presentations were made:- Presentation of the Conceptual Project Model and results of the Participatory Rural Diagnosis of Dombe Grande, Mr. Jose Maria Wanassi;- Strategy and Intervention Model, Mr. Francisco da Cruz Fernandes and Dr. Susana Martins;- The Impact of Public Policy on Brazilian Agriculture, Dr. Argileu Martins;- Final Notes, Dr. Antonio Assis.Speakers will make their presentations available on the links:Link: “Presentation of the Conceptual Model and Participatory Diagnosis” https://s3.sa-east-1.amazonaws.com/dg-cdi/documents/534d2915b81d00331b661bd2b844f3d34d89122f.pdfLink: “Strategy and Intervention Model” https://s3.sa-east-1.amazonaws.com/dg-cdi/documents/bf246495f0d1b1e6e70990621ff5e4974274e826.pdfLink: “Impact of Public Policy on Agriculture in Brazil” https://s3.sa-east-1.amazonaws.com/dg-cdi/documents/a7d46d92cb3f1008e87064a05bbf913e6ca18bbf.pdf
In an African language, Ondjyla is an expression that means “path”. Fondation Ondjyla is thoroughly engaged in helping young people building the path of their lives, making them the authors of their destiny.
The foundation is engaged with the promotion of knowledge, education, entrepreneurship and exchange, with a particular focus on African young people, contributing to the empowerment, sustainability and development of people and communities, especially children and those who are young.
Fondation Ondjyla believes that the access to an education focused on vocational training may have a strong impact on the living conditions of young people that are now preparing themselves for the labour market and their families. The foundation wishes also to provide to the different populations the tools and the option to develop an economic activity which will ensure them decent living conditions near the communities where they grew up and in which they are integrated.
Orientación vocacional y agradecimientos
Alternancia y desarrollo de competencias en jóvenes
Ana Ochoa, incidencia de formación virtual en alternancia