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Health and nutrition
Trade and production
Hidden in Grains
 
News Story
7 January 2021
How can food companies combat hidden hunger?

Food companies have a unique opportunity to reduce hidden hunger by choosing whole grains and hydrothermal processing.

Rural transformation
Wild Foods, Biodiversity and Livelihoods
 
Publication
27 October 2020
Transcript of a discussion about wild foods, tenure rights and traditional knowledge

Read the transcript from an online dialogue about wild foods, customary tenure rights, traditional food systems and knowledge.

Rural transformation
 
Video
20 February 2020
Meet our new Expert Group about wild foods, biodiversity and livelihood

Get to know our new Expert Group addressing wild foods, biodiversity and livelihood in Asia.

Landscape management
 
Blog Post
1 September 2016
Why do farmers behave the way they do and make the decisions they make?

Climate change, volatile prices, changing consumption patterns, and increasing competition for agricultural land makes the hard business of farming even more challenging. How do we make our farming systems sustainable and resilient? In search for the answer to this question, we tend to focus on inputs and outputs, forgetting about the people who are at the center of the issue.

Trade and production
 
News Story
21 April 2015
New book tells the story of Afghan and Tajik Pamirs through the lens of local recipes

In the autumn of 2009, a grandmother in the village of Mun, in the Ghund valley of the Tajik Pamir Mountains, approached two young researchers and asked them to write down her old recipes. “I want to share them with my children and grandchildren while I still remember what I know,” she said.

Health and nutrition
Rural transformation
 
Blog Post
28 April 2014
Food Futures: A Story From the Roof of the World

Food sustains us; it gives us energy to live and feel alive. We love it; we hate it. It makes us laugh; it makes us cry (especially when slicing onions). Whatever the reason, food is highly emotive.

 
Slides
24 April 2013
Small-scale farmers and productivity

Presented as part of the seminar: South at the Steering Wheel - Improving sustainability in land investment for bioenergy in sub-Saharan Africa 29th May 2012, 08:00 - 17:30