Watch this interview with Agnes Mwang'ombe of the University of Nairobi, who represents the Higher Education Constituency at the local level in the GFAR Steering Committee. During the recent meeting of the Steering Committee on 8-9 February 2017, Agnes pointed out that business as usual is not going to adequately equip students in agricultural and life sciences for the 21st Century. In this interview, she shares with us how she plans to help Partners in her constituency engage in collective actions with an aim to reform curricula to meet today's challenges.

Date: Friday, 24 February, 2017 - 14
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GFAR themes 2013: Education reform (GCHERA), Accountability for actions