The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies

AgriFood Transformations for Africa: working together for impact” Easter Bush research dialogue at Africa Week 2019

This event aims to support sharing, collaboration and collective action among University of Edinburgh researchers working on similar topics. The event is also an opportunity for the wider university community to learn about agri-food initiatives in Africa.

 

Join us for a selection of “flash talks” by researchers, an “innovations gallery” showcasing a wide range of initiatives, discussions on how to achieve meaningful impacts, and a chance to network and connect over a cup of coffee or tea.

 

Africa Week 2019 celebrates the University's links across Africa. Coordinated by Edinburgh Global, there will be events across all campuses from 24 to 30 October. More information: https://global.ed.ac.uk/africa-week.

 

Jointly organised by Supporting Evidence Based Interventions (SEBI), the Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security (both hosted by the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies) and researchers at the Roslin Institute.

Oct 25 2019 -

AgriFood Transformations for Africa: working together for impact” Easter Bush research dialogue at Africa Week 2019

Do you work on Agri-Food research in Africa? Interested in how agriculture and livestock can play a central role in ending poverty, inequality, hunger and malnutrition? Join us for a lively exchange of ideas and innovations and help map out common paths to achieving crucial impacts.

Room G01, Ground Floor
Vet School Teaching Building
Easter bush Campus
Midlothian
EH25 9RG