Partnership between Wikifarmer and NextGen Ag Impact Network
Wikifarmer is always interested in building partnerships with organizations, universities, institutions, and projects worldwide. Our main goal is to democratize agriculture; we believe networking can help us achieve this. Wikifarmer and NGIN, short for NextGen Ag Impact Network, are working together to strengthen agriculture and help youth engage.
NGIN, is a dynamic and inclusive global network designed for young individuals passionate about agriculture and related fields. They aim to foster impactful transformation in agricultural ecosystems, aligning with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as young changemakers hold the key to shaping the future of sustainable agriculture, and they want to empower them to become the agricultural leaders of tomorrow.
Through a coalition of 12 board member organizations (Bayerand external partners, NGIN aims to create a supportive community where young agricultural enthusiasts can connect, learn, and grow together. They offer a variety of programs and opportunities, including mentorship, training, advocacy initiatives, and even pathways in incubation, entrepreneurship, and job opportunities. The guiding principles are at the core of everything they do. NGIN is built on the foundation of partnerships, embracing the diverse perspectives and expertise of various stakeholders. Thy actively involve young people from the outset, co-creating a network of networks that reflects the global scope and inclusivity of our mission. By listening to the needs and aspirations of the youth in agriculture, NGIN ensures that our program offerings are tailored to match their requirements. To learn more about NGIN and stay up-to-date with their initiatives, visit https://nginag.org/.