Q&A series- Judith Irene Nagasha: Integrating gender in livestock value chains
Judith Irene Nagasha is a Lecturer of Development Studies at Kyambogo University, Uganda. She has more than 10 years of teaching experience and community outreach in Uganda. Her areas of specialisation and interest are food security, climate change, and natural resource management viewed from a gender perspective.
AgriFoSe2030 cookbook wins 1st prize at the Gourmand Awards
AgriFoSe2030 cookbook, Les Délices de Mikese (Mikese’s Delicacies), won 1st prize in the Best Innovation Category Awards at the Gourmand Awards 2022 in Umeå. We congratulate the authors and partners on this great award that showcases innovative ways to cook sustainable food by using insects!
The global food crisis – a threat or opportunity for young smallholder farmers?
This was the question brought up ahead of the Stockholm+50 milestone associated event that SIANI and AgriFoSe2030 organised to tackle how agripreneurial youth can build capacities to support sustainable food systems.
AgriFoSe2030 Change Stories
Tigray government scales vermi-composting technology to boost agricultural productivity in times of conflict
The AgriFoSe2030 programme has several projects going on around the world. Here you can read the first Change story produced about how the programme help farmers and improve food security in poor communities.
AgriFoSe2030 contributes to sustainable intensification of agriculture for increased food production on existing agricultural land. Policy briefs, reports, annual reports and scientific articles from the programme are listed here.
- Q&A series- Judith Irene Nagasha: Integrating gender in livestock value chains Judith Irene Nagasha is a Lecturer of Development Studies at Kyambogo University, Uganda. She has...
- AgriFoSe2030 cookbook wins 1st prize at the Gourmand Awards AgriFoSe2030 cookbook, Les Délices de Mikese (Mikese’s Delicacies), won 1st prize in the Best...
- The global food crisis – a threat or opportunity for young smallholder farmers?
- RUFS Uganda Project leads the formation of Mbale City Food Systems Platform The Resilient Urban Food Systems project (RUFS Uganda), funded by AgriFoSe2030, has spearheaded t...
Agriculture for food security 2030 - Translating science into policy and practice
The AgriFoSe2030 programme targets the UN Sustainable Development Goal 2 - "End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture" in low-income countries. We synthesise and translate existing science into policy and practice, and develop capacity to achieve this.
The programme contributes to sustainable intensification of agriculture, increased market access for small-holders and strengthen the role of women and youth.
Annual report 2020
"The Agriculture for Food Security 2030 programme (AgriFoSe2030) Phase II was launched in November 2020 and with that, the four-year long phase I ended. In going forward, AgriFoSe2030 will build on lessons learned from its first phase."
Programme Director, AgriFoSe2030