CALA Advanced Leadership Program

The Center For African Leaders In Agriculture’s leadership program (CALA) is a collaborative, hands-on, and tailored experience for senior and rising leaders in Africa’s agriculture sector. Designed for individuals spearheading and directly implementing specific country-level agriculture initiatives, the programme is initially open to participants from 8 countries. 

CALA’s Advanced Leadership Programme will support food security champions and leaders to:

  • Be recognised as a delivery-oriented and collaborative leader driving tangible change at the country-level
  • Advance country-level flagship programs and policies to achieve progress toward agriculture transformation
  • Network & drive cross-sector collaboration to advance sustainability and food security objectives
  • Enhance leadership skills in environmental sustainability through exposure to agro-ecological principles, climate change adaptation and environmental and social management (ESMS), each recognized as contributing to sustainable farming, food production, and resilient food systems in the face of increasing climate change impacts.

Eligibility

Leaders implementing country-level agriculture efforts:

  • Established or emerging leaders working in government, private firms and associations, or civil society organizations who are responsible for driving agriculture flagships and priority programs.
  • Must be actively employed or working in government (public sector), private sector and civil society (associations or civil society organizations)
  • 2 initial cohorts will be formed from participants from the following countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda.

 Deadline: June 3, 2022

Grant Sector:
  • Women & Gender
  • Leadership
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