Please join us for presentations and discussion on how climate change is impacting women in agriculture and the role women play in agricultural adaptation and mitigation strategies.

4th June from 6pm – 7pm AEST
Zoom Online Event – REGISTER HERE

Facilitated by Anika Molesworth, the sensational line-up of speakers include:

Tamara Jackson
Tamara is an ACIAR-SDIP Program Manager, a program that aims to improve food, energy and water security for sustainable food systems in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. She has also led projects in Lao PDR on crop livestock systems and capacity building.

Elizabeth Brennan
Having lived in Papua New Guinea and the WA Wheatbelt, Elizabeth has a unique insight into global food systems and extensive experience in fresh produce marketing an agricultural development programs. Elizabeth currently coordinates a multidisciplinary agricultural research program in PNG on behalf of DFAT and ACIAR.

Humera Iqbal
Humera manages the Dairy-Beef ACIAR project with by University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pakistan and the University of Melbourne. She also established “SheleadsVet”, a volunteer initiative to support the young livestock and veterinary community in Pakistan to address farming issues for sustainable development.