On March 22, the WFP Centre of Excellence against Hunger in Brazil, represented by Project Officer Joélcio Carvalho, participated in the debate “Paths for professional training in the field”, on the second day of the series of special programs called “Agriculture of the Future”, carried out by Planeta Campo from Canal Rural.
The purpose of the meeting was to reflect on the challenges that exist for training the workforce and inclusion in the field. At first, Joélcio Carvalho presented the work of the WFP as the largest UN humanitarian agency and the work of the Centre of Excellence with South-South Cooperation to make successful experiences of combating hunger available to other countries.
According to the Project Officer, the field must be attractive to the producer so that the workforce remains in that environment and, in the future, becomes even more qualified. “The field is attractive when it has income and the producer’s decision-making is sometimes what matters most for him to continue working”, he said. “In the rural environment, we need to ensure that produnical Manager at Senar/SP, and Álvaro Dilli, director of Human Resources, Sustainability and Information Technology at SLC Agrícola. Check out the full broadcast of the event here.
Also participating in the debate were Jair Kaczinski, Technical Manager at Senar/SP, and Álvaro Dilli, director of Human Resources, Sustainability and Information Technology at SLC Agrícola. Check out the full broadcast of the event here.