In line with the International Women’s Day 2022 campaign, SIANI wants to recognise their enormous contribution to food systems and make their voice heard. Women worldwide share their role in the shift to sustainable food systems.
Today, there are durum wheat varieties that can be grown on the savannah, along the Senegal River during the four months of the year when temperatures reach 35-40 degrees (°C) and it is too hot...
One of the plant’s genes has been “edited”, so to speak, using CRISPR/Cas9 technology in which a small part of the DNA has been removed.
The programme Agriculture for Food Security Post 2015 (AgriFoSe) – translating science into policy and development has been developed by researchers from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Lund University, Gothenburg University and Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI).
“We are two Swedish networks… the research network Focali, focusing on Forest, Climate and Livelihood issues and SIANI, the Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative…”