We are excited to announce the pioneer edition of the biweekly #DoAgric interview on Twitter.
Find below the fine details of the Interview session:
Event: #DoAgric Interview
Guest: Esther Agbarakwe (@estherclimate)
Theme: Climate Smart Agriculture in Africa
Date: 12th June, 2014
Time: 1800 GMT+1
About Esther Agbarakwe:
Esther is a climate change policy expert and trainer with extensive experience in creating, facilitating and managing youth-led projects. She has represented Nigeria and Africa at over ten high-level global governance meetings on sustainable development and has served as the African coordinator of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) Youth and Children Major Group.
Esther co-founded the Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition, the biggest youth climate movement in Nigeria. She is the recipient of the 2010 LEAP Africa Annual Nigerian Youth Leadership Award and is a Dekeyser & Friends Foundation Fellow and Commonwealth Youth Climate Fellow.
At the end of 2012 She completed her year-long Advocacy fellowship with Population Action International (PAI) in Washington DC, where she worked on International Advocacy on Population and Climate Change. She recently founded Devnovate Ltd, a young creative start-up that is providing innovative solutions to development issues.
About Digital Media Development Initiatives:
Digital Media Development Initiatives is a Non Governmental Organization that operates mostly in Northern Nigeria. The thematic focus is the effective, constructive and innovative use of Digital and New Media Communication Systems for Development. Their focus for the rest of year 2014 will be on Agriculture with particular interest on the #DoAgric conversation.
Click www.one.org/doagric to learn more about the #DoAgric campaign.
Click www.blcompere.com/dmdinterview to learn more about the #DoAgric Interviews by Digital Media Development Initiatives.
We are glad to showcase the easy flow storified report of the interview with Esther:
— DMD Initiatives (@DMDInitiatives) June 12, 2014
Here we go…