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.
There is no doubt that energy is embedded in food production, food distribution and food preparation. Yet practitioners in the two sectors tend to work separately without taking into consideration the interdependences of the two development challenges.
The best quote of the day: Question: Have you fed the larvae with human biosolds? Presenter: Human biosolids? You mean shit?!!
A growing population needs an increasing amount of food and energy. Due to global climate change and volatile fossil fuel prices, bioenergy production attracts more and more attention and investment.
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.
Survey of Stakeholder Perspectives (Activity 1)Swedish International Agriculture Network Initiative (SIANI)Agriculture-Sanitation Expert groupWhile Sweden has an established history of research...