Dr Adam Prakash graduated from Middlesex University (London) with a first class in his BSc degree in Economics. Under a scholarship, he enrolled in a PhD programme at Imperial College, University of London, and completed his doctorate in econometrics within three years. After which, Dr Prakash joined the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations as a consultant. His deep interest in climate change and agriculture, and building resilience for smallholders in developing regions, who are facing a multitude of climate-associated risks, led Dr Prakash to embark on a new career path. In this thematic context, he recently has worked on agricultural risk management solutions in Africa, and extensively on machine-learning for transboundary pest detection and control.”
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