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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Life Sciences - ValueSeC Project

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Reports, research results and workshop material can be shared here. Also, conference presentations and photos can be shared to ensure the project visibility.

Impressions from the WINS Seminar

In Sub-Saharan African, agriculture dominates the economy. Smallholders strongly depend on the agriculture for incomes, food security and employment. Agricultural produces reach consumers via multilevel marketing systems, not directly from production. Thus, the fights to achieve food and nutrition security as well as prosperity for these countries will be won or lost by the way agriculture and its value chains are coordinated. The ValueSeC project is designed to reinforce and intensify exchange and collaboration between universities, rural stakeholders and research organizations in Ethiopia, Kenya and Germany with a focus on a) institutional capacity-building and b) further development of the food value chain concept. This integration will boost the introduction and enhancement of inter-disciplinary teaching, problem-based and participatory research and will provide necessary expertise to safeguard sustainability. This would further enable to adapt to challenges of agriculture, increase its production and enhancing the coordination of actors along the entire value chain.

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Impressions from the ValueSeC Disemmination Workshop in Nairobi in 2016

from 13th to 14th June 2016 at the University of Nairobi - College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, 15th June 2016 at KALRO, Kisumu, and field visits in Bondo and Budalang’i, Western Kenya on 16th and 17th June 2016. The meeting was facilitated and documented by the University of Nairobi ValueSec project team: Prof. Willis Oluoch-Kosura, Dr. David Jakinda Otieno, Dennis Etemesi Olumeh, Dorcas Anyango Jalang’o and Lawrence Ongwae Moranga.

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