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Winter School 2015

12 May 2015


The Climate System Analysis Group is please to be offering it's Winter School course again this July. We are for the first time offering a shorter 5 day course which will cover a range of topics we feel would be very useful for mid-career professionals, who would benefit from a better understanding of climate science and climate information and its use in decision making.

Agriculture for Nutrition: An AgriDiet Conference

17 July 2015

AgriDiet Conference is to be held in Addis Ababa on 17th July 2015. The focus of the programme is to understand how agriculture impacts on the nutritional status of rural households in areas of high nutritional vulnerability and to identify practices, development policies and interventions that can enhance this impact.

FANRPAN member of new research initiative “NutriHAF” to combat hunger and malnutrition in Eastern and Southern Africa

23 April 2015


Different goals are to be achieved: the reduction of malnutrition in Ethiopia and Madagascar; conservation of biodiversity and natural resources; and creating awareness for the importance of a varied diet through capacity building among farmers, consumers, politicians and extension services.

Climate-smart agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: A comparative assessment of challenges and opportunities in 15 countries

22 April 2015


Climate change is already a reality. The latest assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that global climate change is already damaging crops and undermining food production capacity in much of the world, particularly in poor countries. Negative impacts on crop yields have been more prevalent than positive ones. Even worse, that is often the case for staple foods such as wheat and maize, which feed much of the global population.


Angola Angola
Botswana Benin
Botswana Botswana
Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC
Ethiopia Ethiopia
Ethiopia Ghana
Kenya Kenya
Lesotho Lesotho
Mozambique Madagascar
Malawi Malawi
Mauritius Mauritius
Mozambique Mozambique
Namibia Namibia
Namibia Nigeria
South Africa South Africa
Swaziland Swaziland
Tanzania Tanzania
Uganda Uganda
Zambia Zambia
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe

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