On the 25th of November 2020, SEI and SIANI hosted a workshop to discuss how to address the burden of zoonotic diseases in the context of small-scale livestock husbandry in low- and middle-income countries, with a special focus on the health risks from exposure to excreta.
Edible wild foods have been an important part of the diet of rural populations around the world, primarily in developing countries. They are also an important safety net and contribute to...
Phytoremediation, a cost-effective solution for a biological soil clean-up, can help us avoid health hazards and strengthen food security.
Banning the consumption of wild foods can have positive impacts on nature conservation and on the decrease of zoonotic diseases. But what about communities depending on these resources to survive?
Hear from alumni of the Entrepreneurship in Agribusiness course and learn how this training impacted their work and their life.
If you have a product or a business model that works with food and water, food and energy or all three sectors then this call is for you!
Benedikt Haerlin, co-editor of the recent IAASTD report, provides insights about the challenges we have to overcome to transform our food systems.
This international training program takes intellectual property as a tool to support innovation in low-income countries for the benefit of industry, research institutions and farmers.
Hidden hunger leads to long-term health damage and impairs intellectual development. But adequate food processing can help alleviate this problem.
A recent HLPE CFS report calls for a worldwide change of narrative in food security policy and practice.