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Transformations Online Issue 25

International Day for Biological Diversity is being celebrated today, 22 May.

The Link Volume 9 August 2015

Beekeeping for honey production training to benefit Lamu farmers and boost biodiversity conservation efforts

Living Standards Measurement Study Newsletter, Winter 2015 Issue 2

2015 is off to a good start, with many new and exciting developments! First of all, the LSMS team has joined forces with the Computational Tools team to form the new Survey and Methods Unit (DECSM). DECSM leads the World Bank's Research Group in the production,

FoodAfrica Newsletter, March 2015.

As the newly appointed Chairman of the FoodAfrica Supervisory Board I had a possibility to visit Kenya in late February to meet with the FoodAfrica team and participate in the board meeting. I was delighted to notice how very committed the Supervisory Board as well as the Work Package members are to the Programme.

Living Standards Measurement Study Newsletter, Spring 2015 Issue 3

As the exciting and challenging global effort on the SDGs gears up, more and better data will be needed to monitor progress, requiring greater investment by countries and development institutions. For our part, the LSMS has teamed up with USAID’s

The Link (East & Southern Africa Region Newsletter) Volume 8

On 11-13 March 2015 the Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAf ) regional office held its regional planning meeting in Arusha, Tanzania. The meeting convened ESAf regional office staff and internal and external partners who the office works with. In his opening remarks

FoodAfrica Newsletter, June 2015.

One of FoodAfrica’s main partners is the University of Helsinki, celebrating its 375 years of success in education and top research. The university is putting an increasing emphasis on the interaction with society.

The Link vol. 8 May 2015

Regional planning meeting aims to boost coordination and cohesion for Eastern and Southern Africa region

FoodAfrica is harnessing ecosystem based approaches for food security.

Climate change is one of the major factors affecting food security in Africa. This fact has been underscored by the severe droughts experienced recently in the Sahel and the Horn of Africa.

The new year brings a new gear for the FoodAfrica programme.

In 2014 the FoodAfrica programme will reach its half-way milestone. This means that it is time to start focusing on disseminating the results of the work packages implemented in the Programme countries.

FoodAfrica is approaching its halfway milestone.

The FoodAfrica Programme is soon approaching its halfway milestone, and registration to our Midterm Seminar in Helsinki in June will be opened next month. We had a very successful annual meeting in Kampala at the end of January.

Midterm seminar highlights findings from the first half of FoodAfrica.

FoodAfrica has reached its halfway. Since the launch of the programme in spring 2012, research and development activities have been underway and are expected to make important contributions to improve food security in sub-Saharan Africa.