Zambian goat keepers need a formalized market structure and support with animal health. Only then the much-needed poverty reduction and livelihood resilience can be achieved.
Submit your paper about any bioeconomy-related issue for the virtual Eastern Africa Bioeconomy Conference.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a tight grip on the African food industry, elevating risks of poverty and hunger. How exactly does it affect food companies?
The pandemic is disrupting agricultural value chains in Africa and beyond, increasing poverty and food insecurity. How exactly do these effects play out? And how to prevent it from getting worse?
Dr. Ivar Virgin, Stockholm Environment Institute
The ECHO Symposium will provide a network and training opportunity for those involved in alleviating hunger and poverty in East Africa. Three mornings of plenary sessions featuring knowledgeable...
Achieving improved animal health requires knowledge about the distribution of infectious animal diseases. Control of animal food products and antibiotic use and resistance are other key factors to...
Presented by Per Olof Seman - SWEACC, at the workshop "Youth, Agripreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals", 8th of May 2017.
A workshop in Nairobi at the end of January 2017 brought together agricultural scientists from around sub-Saharan Africa, along with policy-makers, representatives of agri-businesses, grassroots organizations and policy studies networks.
In 2008 the world’s urban population exceeded the rural population for the first time in the history. This urbanization process is happening together with growing urban poverty and food insecurity and this trend is set to continue.