4th eDialogue on transition pathways and strategies
‘Transition Pathways and Strategies’, was the fourth part of the eDialogue series: ‘What Future for Small-Scale Farming?’ on Tuesday, November 10, 12:00 – 13:30 UTC/GMT
Transition pathways and strategies for small-scale farming households was explored in this session, with a particular focus on the role and intersection of commercialisation, food production for self-consumption and social protection. The diversity of small-scale farming, and the need for different combinations of strategies to help tackle the economic challenges and poor nutrition still faced by many of these farming households, was also highlighted
This fourth e-dialogue follows from the previous session on ‘Regional Perspectives’ held on October 21 and 22, which involved Agricultural Policy Research in Africa (APRA) researchers and other experts (see below for a summary of the session on African perspectives).
For more detail on this session, click here.
Contributors to the session included:
Mario Herrero, Chief Research Scientist of Agriculture and Food, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
Fábio Veras, Communications, Publication and Research Coordinator, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth, Brazil.
Dr Namukolo Covic, Senior Research Coordinator of the Agriculture for Nutrition and Health division, IFPRI based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Dr Felix Kwame Yeboah, Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, Michigan State University.
Iris van der Velden, Director of Learning & Innovation, IDH, The Sustainable Trade Initiative.
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For a more detailed analysis of all of the sessions from the last eDialogue, visit the Foresight4Food summary page, here
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Feature photo credit: Melissa Cooperman/IFPRI