Brazil’s tropical agriculture expertise can do a lot for Africa, according to Cezar Rizzi, CAMPO Project Coordinator. “Brazil has a lot to learn from Africa, but also a lot to contribute, especially with regard to tropical agriculture,” said Rizzi, speaking of opportunities on the continent.
With over 40 years in the market, CAMPO operates in South America, Africa, Asia and Oceania in promoting social and economic development through sustainable tropical agriculture. A longtime partner of the Brazil Africa Institute (IBRAF), CAMPO was one of the sponsors of the Brazil Africa Forum 2019.
“Many doors and opportunities for this South-South cooperation were opened,” says Rizzi, referring to the collaboration with IBRAF, and to the company’s work in Africa and South America. He also highlighted the exchange of experiences and discussions about opportunities and partnerships during the Forum.
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The Brazil Africa 2019 Forum took place in São Paulo on November 12th and 13th, and Cezar Rizzi participated as a panelist in the session “Rethinking Water Use for Improved Prosperity”. There he contributed his experience on the use of water for sustainable development.