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14 October 2020
Human capacity building in horticulture in Africa
14 October 2020
NFP and the Skills for Horticulture coalition
Netherlands Food Partnership has supported the Skills for Horticulture coalition in numerous ways in 2020 to explore partners, opportunities for collaboration and existing practices.
1 October 2020
First Coalition Meeting | Exploring the Dutch-Ghanaian Coalition
30 September 2020
Back on track for reaching zero hunger
September 1st 2020, Myrtille Danse started as the first director of the Netherlands Food Partnership. She starts in a tumultuous year with serious consequences. “The COVID crisis has made it more evident than ever that we need food systems that are inclusive and resilient and that provide sustainable and healthy diets for all. We can only achieve this by joining forces.”
28 July 2020
Discussion paper ECDPM |The food systems approach in practice
In this paper an iterative, step-based sustainable food system approach has been developed that helps navigate complexity and is flexible in its required resources, thus enbaling a fast overview or a deep dive as determined by a project’s or organisation’s objectives.
23 July 2020
Unique country assessments show direct effects COVID-19 crisis on food systems
Wageningen University & Research and partners identify major food systems challenges that emerge as COVID-19 measures take hold and affect food security.
13 July 2020
State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2020
Report to assess the state of food security and nutrition in the world, and attempts to foresee impact of COVID-19.
4 June 2020
Position paper and action agenda “Dairy for nutrition, employment and sustainability”
Launched in context of World Milk Day: June 1, 2020
10 April 2020
Land access in the development of horticultural crops in East Africa
This research evaluated land access dynamics (availability, acquisition, and use changes) on the introduction of passion fruits in East Africa (Kenya, Burundi and Rwanda).
30 March 2020
Sustainable food systems through diversification and indigenous vegetables
These publications of ECDPM present results of multi-disciplinary research and dialogue activities using a ‘food systems approach’ and a related governance analysis about the bottlenecks and drivers that make diversification of the food system difficult, with a focus on indigenous vegetables.