Centre for Agricultural Resources and International Development CEFARD

Picked up on Weitzenegger’s Website for International  Development Cooperation, and its Newsletter.

  • To provide down-to-earth training for 20,000 participants in agriculture, developmental topics and other income generating activities by year 2010.
  • To build a community for the Canadians abroad called “Maple Village” in a centrally located area in Africa for African-Canadians by 2015.
  • To be actively involved in, committed to and promote rural and community development projects in Canadian communities and in Africa.
  • To collaborate with both national and international institutions, development and donor agencies with simillar aims and objectives like CEFARD.
  • To establish one-stop intitutions and vocational training centres and render consultancy services and knowledge sharing and information bank on agriculture and developmental issues.
  • To render consultancy services to individuals, organizations, government agencies and institutions. (Initiatives).

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Job Opportunities /Network of Consultants;
Address: Headquarter Office, 1850 Albion Road, Unit 3, Toronto, Ontario M9W 6J9, Canada;

About: CEFARD is a not-for-profit, non-governmental, and humanitarian organisation. CEFARD’s mandate is to champion the course of global poverty alleviation through agricultural resources and developmental tools mostly in the developing nations of the world.

Our Vision:

  • Engage actively in global agricultural revival campaign for gross food production to create wealth for poverty alleviation.
  • Participate in the course of development in fulfilling the mandate of the millennium development goals of the United Nations.

Our Mission:

  • Empowering men, women and youths to improve their livelihood through skill training, disseminating and application of knowledge into sustainable agriculture, rural community development and capacity building.

Our Mode of Operation:

  • 1. Through lectures, training workshops and seminars.
  • 2. Organising conferences, exibitions and agricultural shows.
  • 3. Partnering with organisations and donor agencies.
  • 4. Organising fund raising and other income generating programmes for the needies and less priviledged.
  • 5. Establishment of information and resource centre.
  • 6. Consultancy services on agricultural and developmental issues.

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