The European Alliance on Agricultural knowledge for Development

AGRINATURA annual meetings 2015 and Climate Smart Agriculture Conference

Next GA/MAM held on March 19 – 20 in Montpellier, following global conference on Climate Smart Agriculture taking place 16 – 18 March, 2015. This year´s General Assembly was organized back to back with Global Science Conference on Climate Smart Agriculture and AGRINATURA side event on Building Capacities in a Context of Climate Change. More information […]

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First PhD graduate of Agtrain joint degree programme

Eduardo Fuentes defended his PhD thesis on November 27 in Montpellier. This is the first Agtrain student to be graduated. Agtrain is the European PhD programme jointly organised by a consortium of AGRINATURA members. The topic of the PhD thesis was: “Exploring alternatives for milk quality improvement and more efficient dairy production in a smallholder […]

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NRI: Adding value to root crop wastes – the Gratitude project disseminates its findings

NRI: Adding value to root crop wastes – the Gratitude project disseminates its findings

The three-year project Gratitude (Gains from Losses of Root and Tuber Crops) came to an end this month with its final dissemination exhibition and stakeholder forum meeting in Porto, Portugal. The meeting was testament to good relations across continents and was particularly successful in the sharing of knowledge and experience among European, Asian and African […]

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EFARD annual meeting and Africa-EU Road Map on Food and Nutrition Security and Sustainable Agriculture

EFARD organized its annual technical meeting on food and nutrition, on 12th November in Brussels. The objective of the meeting was to review key aspects of agriculture and nutrition interventions being undertaken by EFARD stakeholders (universities, research organizations, private sector and civil society) and identify future interventions for accessing funding for joint research and training, […]

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Masters degree in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security

University of Ireland Galway is offering 1 year Masters degree in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). The new MSc in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) provides students with the skills and tools for developing agricultural practices, policies and measures addressing the challenge that global warming poses for agriculture and food security […]

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