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FoodLAND project's progress

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FoodLAND joins the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

In the framework of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, FoodLAND collected statements from female project members working in research for young women who dream of working in science and research.

FoodLAND Processing

The technological research for primary and secondary processing in FoodLAND is focused on the development and implementation of innovations in relevant Food Hubs by involving farmers and processors.

FoodLAND Gender equality

Gender equality is one of FoodLAND’s guiding principles, which means that our actions should enhance gender equality. To ensure this vision throughout the project, a Gender Mainstreaming Board was created.

FoodLAND Production

Several technological innovations (including new tools, processes and products) are being developed, adapted and validated together with local smallholder farmers and processors, both for farming systems and for food processing systems.

FoodLAND’s Food Hubs

FoodLAND’s 12 Food Hubs spread across the five African countries bring together a community of local operators who aim to share R&D decisions and enable the adoption of innovations.

FoodLAND’s work in the aquaculture field

FoodLAND is implementing the most advanced aquaculture technologies in Tanzania and Kenya with simple, low investment methods to achieve a break-through in rural and peri-urban fish farming.

FoodLAND Gender Mainstreaming Board

The Gender Mainstreaming Board was created to guide the FoodLAND project towards the goal of equality between men and women. This board is made up of women from the six African countries involved in the project and it’s coordinated by Elhuyar.

Work in different African countries of FoodLAND

FoodLAND progress in Kenya

In Kenya, FoodLAND promotes local sustainability through three Food Hubs: Mukurweini, Kisumu and Kitui. We are involved in the composition of novel, local and nutritious foods, to improve malnutrition and obesity among the local people, and the development of packaging materials. Wambui Kogi-Makau and Evans Chimoita explain the work done in Kenya.

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FoodLAND progress in Tunisia

In Tunisia, FoodLAND develops the promotion of local sustainability through two Food Hubs: Jendouba and Enfidha, Chebika. We are engaged in the transfer of innovations for agriculture with farmers and the promotion of novel, local and nutritious food with consumers. Chokri Thabet and Wafa Koussani explain the work being done in Tunisia.

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FoodLAND progress in Morocco

In Morocco, FoodLAND promotes local sustainability through two Food Hubs: Ait Ouallal Bittit / Ait Yazem and Zoyout Dir Beni Mellal – Khenifra. We focus on developing innovations for precise irrigation, storage and harvesting.

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FoodLAND progress in Uganda

In Uganda, FoodLAND promotes local sustainability through three Food Hubs: Kamuli, Nakaseke and Kajjansi / Masaka. After conducting several surveys and experiments with farmers and consumers, partners are offering training to farmers and developing food products. The objective is to produce nutritious products from available novel local food.

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FoodLAND progress in Tanzania

In Tanzania, FoodLAND promotes local sustainability through three Food Hubs: Mvomero, rural Morogoro and Kilombero / Lindi. After collecting valuable survey data from farmers and consumers, we are immersed in the development of technological innovations.

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FoodLAND in Ethiopia

Haftom Kahsay, from the Mekelle University in Ethiopia, explains the objectives FoodLAND has for analysing producers’ and consumers’ behaviours. He also describes the challenges they are facing.

FoodLAND surveys with consumers in Morocco

FoodLAND African partners are conducting surveys with rural and urban consumers, in order to consolidate knowledge of consumers food behaviours and preferences related to their diets.

FoodLAND commitment with farmers in Morocco

ENA Meknès met with farmers in Morocco, to conduct surveys, training and other sorts of activities, for a better understanding of their difficulties and needs.

ENAM women’s day

ENA Meknès organised a conference in honour of women on the occasion of 8 March 2021 under the theme: “Rôle de la femme dans l’amélioration de la diversité alimentaire”. This video summarises this event.