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April Roundup of the #YPARD10Years Celebrations

April was a busy month with YPARD participation at the GCARD3 conference in Johannesburg. Nevertheless, it's never a dull moment for YPARD 10 years celebrations which continued with more gusto.

To begin with, a section of YPARD members at #GCARD3 had a little get together to reflect and celebrate the 10 years of YPARD. See Marina’s  commentary on A network that grows proves the need for its existence

The informal meetup also gave way to a cake celebration experience where youth participants at #GCARD3 shared their personal YPARD moments. See more photos on Flickr.

And just when you think the youths are done, two South Africans at GCARD3 decided to release their single on the #YPARD10Years album. Listen to the song titled "YPARD 10 Years Celebrations Song" on YouTube. 

#YPARD10years infographic and video

As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. In line with celebrating YPARD 10 years, we did an infographic, Empowering Youth in Agriculture; 10 years in review and a YPARD 10 Years celebration video (courtesy of YPARD Kosovo Hana Voca ) to help you understand at a glance the milestones we have achieved to date.

April 2016 Testimonials 

For the celebratory blog series, in April Sokhna Rokhaya Gaye, YPARD Senegal representative tokk us down the memory lane on how she got involved with YPARD, how YPARD Senegal shaped up to become a strong YPARD Chapter and how it benefited her personally. Read more on her April testimonial YPARD, the key to access opportunities in agriculture

What you can do

We are looking forward to receiving more #YPARD10years content  for sharing with the YPARD community be it an Ambassador Video, a bake a cake campaign or even hosting a YPARD Inspired 10 years event. It is easy: shoot, share on social media and send to info@ypard.net

Read the March Round up on Celebrating YPARD10years with cakes, ambassador videos and YPARD country activities.

Read The 2016 Celebratory Blog Series  (available in English, French and Spanish)

Photos courtesy: Photo 1 and 2 Kiara Worth/IISD