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11 Dec 2018 description
training Registration deadline: 30 Sep 2019 Training date: 11 Nov 2019 to 29 Nov 2019 Wageningen University

The worldwide increase of food availability, through well designed agricultural policies and programmes, has not automatically led to better nourished populations. This course explores the nutrition-sensitivity of agricultural policies and programmes and focuses on which nutrition-sensitive agricultural pathways lead to food and nutrition security.

11 Dec 2018 description
training Registration deadline: 23 Sep 2019 Training date: 04 Nov 2019 to 22 Nov 2019 Wageningen University

Responsible aquaculture development for food security and economic progress

On a global scale aquaculture has been growing steadily in the past decades. The global demand for aquaculture products is driven by an increasing world population, stagnant capture fisheries production and a growing awareness of the positive impact of consumption of fish and other aquatic products on human health. Fish and other seafood have become important export commodities for several developing countries. Especially in East, South and S.E. Asia aquaculture is a well-established and growing sector.

11 Dec 2018 description
training Registration deadline: 29 Jul 2019 Training date: 09 Sep 2019 to 20 Sep 2019 Wageningen University

The global challenge is to provide sufficient food for a nutritious diet for healthy living for the growing world population that can be sustained for generations. This course explores the role of food systems in the provision of healthy and sustainable diets at national, regional and global levels.

Upon completion of the course you will:

  • Participants get well acquainted with the framework of city region food systems in relation to food and nutrition security in densely populated areas;

06 Jul 2018 description
training Registration deadline: 04 Feb 2019 Training date: 18 Mar 2019 to 05 Apr 2019 Wageningen University

The development landscape has changed significantly over the last few decades, becoming increasingly complex. Many of the issues we face today, such as climate change, poverty and conflict, call for a new way of doing business, so as to collaboratively contribute towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Managing for Sustainable Development Impact (M4SDI) approach has evolved to support leaders and development practitioners how to navigate this complexity and manage their initiative/organisation successfully towards sustainable development impact.

22 Jun 2018 description
training Registration deadline: 04 Feb 2019 Training date: 18 Mar 2019 to 29 Mar 2019 Wageningen University

The steady increase in climate related disasters such as floods, cyclones, storm surges and drought have increased the exposure and vulnerability of communities, their livelihoods, physical infrastructure and economic networks. An increasing hazard risk results in higher human and economic losses from disaster events.