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Webinar Recording: Agribusiness Incubation in Sub-Saharan Africa (French)
This webinar presents the key findings from a study of agribusiness incubators across the African continent and identifies opportunities for strengthening the incubation environment on the content to promote agro-entrepreneurship.  
Webinar Recording: Agribusiness Incubation in Sub-Saharan Africa
This webinar presents the key findings from a study of agribusiness incubators across the African continent and identifies opportunities for strengthening the incubation environment on the content to promote agro-entrepreneurship.
Artworks fileadmin/user_upload/food_systems/images/large_ARTWORKS.png Cities and COVID-19: Food access for vulnerable communities in practice
Illustrations from the Webinar Cities and Covid-19 - Food access for vulnerable communities.
Webinar Recording: COVID-19 and investments in agriculture -  Challenges and opportunities for transforming food systems in Africa
In times of COVID-19, the Webinar held on 2 July 2020 analyses funding and investments opportunities for agrifood SMEs in Africa. It is a roundtable among different actors who interact and mutually share their experiences and innovative practices also to cope and react to the pandemic.    
Flyer - AgrInvest Project
Favoriser l’investissement efficace et inclusif du secteur privé dans les systèmes agroalimentaires.
Webinar Recording: Cities and Covid-19 - food access for vulnerable communities in practice
How can cities maintain access to safe and nutritious food for vulnerable people during COVID-19?  In this webinar FAO, UNEP, RUAF, ICLEI and Rikolto share the experience of 3 cities: New York City (USA), Kampala (Uganda) and Quito (Ecuador).
Webinar Slides and Q&A: Cities and Covid-19 - food access for vulnerable communities in practice
How can cities maintain access to safe and nutritious food for vulnerable people during COVID-19? FAO, UNEP, RUAF, ICLEI and Rikolto share the experience of 3 cities: New York City (USA), Kampala (Uganda) and Quito (Ecuador) in a webinar held on Friday 15 May.Jamie Morrison, Strategic Programme...
Webinar: Cities and Covid-19 - food access for vulnerable communities in practice
How can cities maintain access to safe and nutritious food for vulnerable people during COVID-19?  In this webinar FAO, UNEP, RUAF, ICLEI and Rikolto share the experience of 3 cities: New York City (USA), Kampala (Uganda) and Quito (Ecuador).
Urban food systems and COVID-19: The role of cities and local governments in responding to the COVID-19 emergency.
Cities, with their high population density, are particularly vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic and many cities in developing countries do not have adequate capacity to address the disruptions caused by the response to the health emergency. The risk is particularly high for the 1.2 billion people living in the congested and overcrowded informal urban settlements where conditions are already unsafe and unhealthy for human living. The very poor and those living in slums have extremely limited access to essential health and sanitation facilities, nutritious food and adequate infrastructures such as piped clean water and electricity. The spread of the virus...
What can we do with more time? Introducing a plant-derived coating to extend the shelf-life of fresh fruits and vegetables
In this webinar, Dr. Jessica Vieira presents a new innovation introduced by Apeel Sciences (California, USA). This plant-derived solution doubles to triples the shelf life of many types of fresh produce. It can reduce reliance on refrigeration, plastic packaging, certain post-harvest fungicides, and controlled atmosphere throughout the supply chain. Made of materials found in every bite of fruit, Apeel creates an invisible, edible “peel” on the outside of produce that slows the rate of water loss and oxidation, the primary causes of spoilage. Many types of Apeel produce stay fresh two to three times longer, which can reduce food loss...
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