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In the Highlands of Central Java: FSCC student’s experience

 within the framework of the Master of Science Food Security and Climate Change (FSCC)   Authors: Joep van der Poel from Bern University of Applied Sciences, Sara Vaca, and Hermine Zimmermann, and Reinhard Rebering from BOKU
December 12, 2018
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Keep Calm and Travel

Keep Calm and Travel   I never stop looking for new opportunities for my personal capacity building and personal growth. I believe that opportunities will improve to hone the mindset. A student as myself I need to be a critical person. From the new opportunities we as students get we can test the thinking to be sharper. One of the opportunities that I got is to study in Europe. To study abroad is one of my biggest dreams. If there is
November 22, 2018
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Agrinatura Awardee Feedback from Tropentag

Development and Implementation of Insect-Based Products to Enhance Food and Nutritional Security in Sub-Saharan Africa By: Marwa Shumo This year Tropentag 2018  took place on 17th to the 19th of September and this time it was hosted by the University of Ghent in Ghent. For those wondering what Tropentag is, it’s the “Annual interdisciplinary conference on Research in tropical and subtropical agriculture, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development” and thus shortly branded Tropentag. Why I like Tropentag is because
October 5, 2018
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CC and sustainability Is Not Present And Well-Known For Everyone

Sometimes it seems impossible how much you can learn, discover, experience and see in just two weeks. Probably, most of the students participating in the MS FSCC Summer School 2018 in Malaysia had the same feeling. The Summer School 2018 was held already for second time, this year under the topic “Transitions towards sustainability – oil palm and cattle integration” at UPM in Malaysia with participating students from more than 10 countries all over the world. Included
October 1, 2018
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Conservation Agriculture Innovations: A Way Forward

A story of one of Agrinatura students doing a research in Cambodia continues here.   I conducted three simulation games in two villages of Stung Chinit, in the Kampong Thom province, Cambodia. During those games, farmers played with assets that were distributed to them.  Those assests shall represent their reality and were identified during the individual interviews. During the first round game, the farmers shall play their current farming practices and during the second round we propose them
August 16, 2018