Rongo University & Laurier Center's Workshop: Transforming Agriculture Narratives
“Join the pioneering workshop by Rongo University and Laurier Center, focusing on advancing agricultural narratives through media and podcasts. Learn from experts like Prof. Samuel Gudu about sustainable farming practices and food security. From Jan 22-24, engage with journalists, farmers, and scholars in this transformative event.”
January 22-24: A Milestone Event for Agricultural Narratives
Rongo University, teaming up with the Laurier Center for Sustainable Food System, is hosting a groundbreaking three-day workshop from January 22nd to 24th. This event marks a significant step in advancing agricultural narratives across diverse media platforms, including podcasts.
A unique blend of participants – regional journalists, local farmers, and scholars from Rongo University – gathers to reshape the agricultural conversation. The workshop’s primary goal is to equip these journalists with the skills and insights needed to effectively communicate the importance of sustainable farming and food security.
Prof. Samuel Gudu, the esteemed Vice-Chancellor of Rongo University, inaugurated the workshop. In his opening remarks, Prof. Gudu highlighted the critical role of such initiatives in promoting sustainable agriculture and strengthening food security in the region.
This event is not just a workshop; it’s a movement towards championing sustainable food systems.
This event is not just a workshop; it’s a movement towards championing sustainable food systems. It emphasizes the crucial role of the media in spreading agricultural knowledge. The insights gained from this event are expected to revolutionize agricultural reporting in the region, contributing significantly to the goals of food security and sustainability.