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Improving food security through collaborative partnerships

A child feeds on orange fleshed sweet potato in Central Uganda – Image credit ‘Winnie Nanteza/NARO-Uganda’

In a new blog post for The Cabot Institute, CONNECTED network member Joshua Raymond Muhumuza explores vital issues surrounding global food and nutrition security, with a particular focus on Africa.

The article discusses how scientists globally are increasingly coming together in collaborative partnerships to share resources towards ensuring that the world will be able to feed nine billion people by 2050.

You can read the blog, Africa looking to strategic partnerships to rein in food and nutrition insecurity, using this link