Facing growing food insecurity in the world, the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (KSLA) and the Swedish FAO Committee hosted a seminar to discuss the challenges and opportunities to end hunger in all its forms by 2030 and to achieve food security.
Learn the reasons why orange-fleshed sweet potato is considered the single most successful example of biofortification of a staple crop, and presents a feasible option to address vitamin A deficiency.
SIANI explored the theme of the World Food Forum from the perspective of healthy, nutritious and sustainable snacks in a virtual side event. The webinar was hosted together with WWF Sweden Youth and the Government of Sweden.
SIANI is deciphering the critical elements of the FAO new Science and Innovation Strategy. How can Technology and Innovation (STI) accelerate the transformation of agrifood systems? How can they become more efficient, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable agrifood systems for better production, nutrition and environment?
The youth-driven forum brought together more than 2000 people in Rome and more online, representing research, governments, the private sector, civil society and much more.
Discussion of the implementation of the access to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as universal human right and further elaboration on the potential challenges and opportunities of the resolution emphasising the actors having a role to play in its completion.
Provide ideas on how to improve our work and influence SIANI's work plan 2023.
Exploring the CFS call for the development of systems, policies and programmes that engage more youth in agriculture and agricultural employment
The main goal of the seminar was to present two reports regarding Swedish aid to agriculture and to discuss their findings
Madeleine Fogde has been appointed honorary doctor at SLU's Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science