The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2020. The prize acknowledges how hunger is connected to peace and provides momentum for the global community fighting hunger in the important years ahead.
Edible wild foods have been an important part of the diet of rural populations around the world, primarily in developing countries. They are also an important safety net and contribute to...
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has had major consequences for the world's food system and food security. At this breakfast seminar organised by SLU Future Food and SLU Global, we will discuss how...
Miguel A. Altieri, Professor at UC Berkeley, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management will be speaking at this event.
Students from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) inquired into the future of academic work post-COVID-19. What did they find out?
Dive deeper into the topic with our three-part series of articles and video interviews with insights from the ground.
The pandemic gave rise to the use of digital tools in agricultural extension services and attracted more young people to the sector. Learn more with our insights from Eastern Africa.
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 Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) and Oxfam Southern Africa (Oxfam SAF) are co-convening a Regional Webinar focusing on food security and market access...
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?