The first global assessment of the state of global food insecurity after the COVID-19 pandemic sets the tone: food systems must transform.
Youth and indigenous people will play a key role in the food systems transformation, but they need to be given space, agency, rights and resources.
Hanna Sinare, researcher at Stockholm Resilience Centre, presents her research on rural youth in Burkina Faso at SIANI Annual Meeting 2020.
The fact that the HLPE Report 2019 focuses on agroecology is a critical indicator that the global community is ready to tackle the food system in all its complexity.
Steve Mungula, presenting at the SIANI Members Meeting - Nairobi 2018
Don’t you think it’s rather brazen to assume that a pastoralist or someone from a forest community knows less about their land and environment than a scientist or a policy official?
In the past scaling-up in agriculture was all about the ways extension could help informing farmers more effectively and about application of the good agricultural practice research.