Johannesburg, November 29, 2017 – Nigeria has pledged to restore 4 million hectares of degraded land by 2030 as part of the AFR100 Initiative and Bonn Challenge, signalling the continuing...
Is it really about gender? Or is it about accepting and understanding another human being?
Previous meetings (Paris 2015, Edinburgh 2016) emerged as a unique space for presentations and discussions around forests and livelihoods, and for generating new relationships among those in our...
IFAD, the International Fund for Agricultural Development, is targeting half a billion smallholders in the Africa, Latin-America, Central Europe and Asia with its programmes and funding.
Water is crucial to human survival and well-being. The micronutrients in water contribute to nutritional security, water is important for cleaning food as well as for personal hygiene. However,...
70 % av jordens befolkning beräknas bo i städer år 2050. Agenda2030 har utvecklats som ett svar på de globala problem och orättvisor som påverkar jordens befolkning och miljön negativt.
SIANI Youth was very active in the month of May starting off with a workshop on Youth, Agripreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals, co-organised with SLU Global. In the morning inspirational speakers talked about business opportunities and how to overcome challenges for entrepreneurs in agirculture.
SIANI is collaborating with the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) as a local partner – together with Sida, Stockholm Environment Institute, International Foundtion for Science and media partner Devex – on the October 2017 conference
Presented by Kostas Karantininis, Professor in Business Administration, SLU, at the workshop "Youth, Agripreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals" on 8th of May 2017.
This report summarises the fourth Annual SIANI Network Meeting which was held on the 19th of January 2017 to discuss the theme "Towards Zero Hunger through Rural Transformation".