GFAR Update - Special Issue

Steering Committee members begin mobilizing their networks to action

Embracing the Future of Food on #WFD2018


GFAR Secretariat welcomed 4 bright young researchers on the occasion of World Food Day to share their fascinating fin

On World Food Day, Take a Holistic Approach to Food Production


October 16 is World Food Day.

No time to lose to reverse negative hunger and malnutrition trends

There's still time to deliver on the global pledge to eradicate hunger but "urgent measures" are needed to reverse th

GFAR themes 2013: Foresight for better futures, Nutrition security, Climate change

Access Agriculture wins Prize D4D in Belgium

During the official ceremony on October 4, Paul Van Mele and Jonas Wanvoeke received the award on behalf of Acces

GFAR themes 2013: Opening access to knowledge (CIARD)

Veggies offer new opportunities to farmers in Tanzania


Persistent global hunger and undernutrition have underscored the need for urgent action towards achieving the Sustain

ILRI: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Future Scenarios for Livestock Systems

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a post-doctoral research fellow to lead work that explores possible future livestock development pathways in three focus countries (Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya). The work will involve engaging with key stakeholders in participatory futuring exercises, helping prioritise good-bet livestock adaptation and mitigation options in relevant livestock systems, and helping to build capacity in decision support, planning and investment at the national level in each country.

Zambian farmer finds the sweet spot during dry season


Down in the valley in the village of Kasuza in the Eastern Province of Zambia, along the border with Mozambique, Aaro

GFAR: Innovating together for sustainable agriculture and food security

GFAR Executive Secretary, Mark Holderness, spoke at a side event to the 26th Committee on Agriculture on October 3rd 2018. The panelists to the side event, entitled “The EU and FAO, Partners in Action for Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security”, showcased success stories of partnerships and programmes supported by the European Union and FAO. Mr Holderness gave an overview of GFAR's role and work as a dynamic network of diverse stakeholders, working to improve agri-food research and innovation for greater development impact.

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