We asked our members how COVID-19 is affecting their life and work. What information is missing? And what activities could help our members in these turbulent times?
Are you a young researcher? Does your work focus on food systems in low-income contexts? Then do not miss out on this great opportunity to sharpen and enrich your research and network with peers.
Why banning live animal markets could elevate the risks of disease transmission? And what is the alternative? Explore this versatile biosecurity framework.
Elisabeth Simelton, a climate change scientist at the World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF), reflects on her work and life in quarantined Hanoi.
The emergence and spread of zoonotic diseases, like COVID-19, starkly demonstrates that our health is connected with the health of animals and the environment.
Rapeseed is an oil crop commonly grown in Sweden. The seeds are high in protein, but have a bitter taste and can be toxic. Can this be changed through plant breeding?
Our new Expert Group consolidates the knowledge about wild foods in Asia and links it with relevant policy arenas on food security, poverty reduction and sustainable forest management.
What COVID-19 related knowledge and information are you missing? What kind of events and activities would you find helpful? Let us know by answering this short survey.
Our new Expert Group will work to raise awareness and build capacity for hydrothermal processing of whole grains to reduce hidden hunger in Kenya.
Investing in resilient value chains is key for mitigating food insecurity brought by the pandemic. What to consider and where to start?