India implemented the world's largest COVID-19 lockdown. As the country is slowly reopening, it's becoming clearer the lockdown has made life harder not only for farmers but for the entire society.
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?
Why banning live animal markets could elevate the risks of disease transmission? And what is the alternative? Explore this versatile biosecurity framework.
Contribute to the discussion on how to protect and support young workers and entrepreneurs in the food system under COVID-19 and climate change.
Global Water Partnership is launching the Water ChangeMaker Awards to make visible the teams and organizations who shape water decisions that build climate resilience.
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.
Aiming to support rural women, refugees and out of school youths, this student led agribusiness offers trainings in how to produce and market organic oyster mushrooms in Uganda.
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.
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