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Projekte von Dr. Luitfred Kissoly

Trans-SEC - Innovating Strategies to safeguard Food Security using Technology and Knowledge Transfer: A people-centered Approach.



Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote


Trans-SEC is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the funding initiative “Securing th e Global Food Supply – GlobE” and embedded in the framework program “National Research Strategy BioEconomy 2030”. Seven German research institutes, two CGIAR research centres from Kenya and the USA as well as five Tanzanian institutes are involved in Trans-SEC. Approximately 70 scientists and non-governmental professionals are involved. The coordinator of the project is the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF). The objective of the collaborative research project Trans-SEC is to improve the food situation for the most vulnerable rural poor population in Tanzania. This project is designed to identify successful food securing upgrading strategies and/or innovations along local and regional food value chains, test and adjust them to site-specific sustainable settings, and tailor these concepts to be disseminated for national outreach. After the project lifetime, the results can be implemented at different levels of policy, extension and research. The IUW coordinates work package 3: Food Value Chains and Risk Analysis