Two different IFAD facilities have been granted funds by SIDA to enhance rural development despite the effects of COVID-19.
There is no doubt that young people will transform our food system, but it is always good to have a plan. And it definitely won't hurt if this plan is a creditworthy business ploy.
Agroecology Day is an event at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science, planned and hosted by master students. This year food security takes center stage.
Ingela Winter-Norberg, Senior Policy Specialist Migration and Development at Sida, presents at the SIANI Annual Meeting 2019.
Linda Andersson from Vi-Agroforestry discuss the benefits of the implementation of an agroforestry landscape. All of this to meet the global goals of the Agenda2030. The presentation was held on...
Mobile technologies are framed as the future of agricultural development and the solution to many of the current challenges, like access to market and fairer prices. But are they as good as they seem?
In June 2018, AgriFoSe2030 organized a writeshop in Gothenburg to gather ideas from young African researchers and produce a book with success stories from research about multifunctional...
Have you ever considered that you’re not the only one who decides what food ends up on your plate? On the occasion of World Food Day 2018, which will mark the 73rd anniversary of FAO's founding...
Sweden and the UN World Food Programme have entered a landmark agreement that will bring hope to millions of people trapped by war and displacement crises.
African leaders and their governments must whole-heartedly take on the issue of agricultural development in order to become the force of change which is now needed in order to create a modern African society. This can, however, only be done gradually but still with the final goal in sight.