Agroforestry can help improve food and nutrition security while supporting gender equality and the inclusion of indigenous knowledge.
This brief focuses on the role of agroforestry for food security and nutrition, including the importance of gender equality and recognition of indigenous and local knowledge.
New participatory gender training uses critical pedagogy, community engagement and role-plays games to shift gender perceptions among farmers.
Sharing a meal brings us joy, but our food systems create and deepen inequality, with negative effects on our health and nature. How to turn things around?
(This event will be mainly held in Swedish, visit the website to find out about English speaking events!) Globala Torget är platsen som sätter fokus på globala utmaningar, internationell...
SuSanA is an informal network of people and organisations who share a common vision on sustainable sanitation and who want to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, in...
This policy brief outlines how to use agroforestry to advance on biodiversity and food security goals.
More often than not the cocoa beans are grown and harvested by children. The chocolate industry pledged to eradicate child labor already in 2001. What has happened since then?
Pius Hiwe, Commuications Officer at YPARD speaks about communication for effective youth inclusion at SIANI Annual Meeting 2020.