The FARA Social Reporters Blog

When things come to an end, it is inevitable that one begins to look to the future.

Several things came to an end this week: The 6th Africa Agriculture Science Week (AASW6)  in Accra, Ghana, for one, just closed the curtains on a frenzied week of activity; Professor Monty Jones, outgoing Executive Director of the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), officially handed over the reins to his successor at the end of the same week; and, well, France quashed England’s run for a women’s Euros football championship with a 3-0 win, if anyone was keeping track.

The third item aside, what do these other finales mean for the future of FARA, and for the future of its most anticipated triennial event, the AASW?

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