The Crawford Fund Annual Conference is made possible through the generous support of our conference sponsors.
The event is a highlight of Australia’s agricultural development and food security calendar. For almost three decades we have drawn significant focus to issues worthy of global and Australian attention, and this August we continue that proud tradition.
“Celebrating Agriculture for Development – Outcomes, Impacts and the Way Ahead” combined with significant birthdays for both The Crawford Fund (35) and ACIAR (40) will provide wonderful opportunities for both new and loyal sponsors to raise their profile and network as we expect many current and former collaborators to attend this special celebration.
With people travelling again and it being a milestone event, we expect more than our usual attending delegates from development, research, academia, the private sector, primary production, NGO and advocacy groups, and from decision and policy-making circles. This will be complemented by a virtual audience, including many from overseas.
The event promises to be a high-profile opportunity to demonstrate involvement in, and ongoing commitment and support to food security related issues of interest and benefit to developing countries and to Australian rural industries.
With a variety of sponsorship levels available, sponsors are able to profile their work and support for agriculture for development at Australia’s key food security event at the Great Hall in Parliament House.
If you would like more details on how you can support and have a presence at Australia’s key food and nutrition security event, more details are here.
To discuss the opportunities available, please contact Cathy Reade, Director of Outreach and Conference Director email: email@example.com or call on 0413 575 934.
We would like to offer our sincere thanks to the following supporters of this year’s conference:
We would also like to offer our sincere thanks to the following supporters of this year’s conference scholar program, who provided their support in either 2021 or 2022: