Addressing Hunger and Exclusion of Small Scale Farmers in the Context of Climate Change: Lessons from the Ceres2030 Study

C-Hub organized its third seminar on the 17th of November with guest speakers Carin Smaller and Kulthoum Motsumi, presenting lessons learned from her work with the Ceres2030 Study.

The Ceres2030 research studies sustainable solutions to eradicate hunger, double the incomes of smallholders, and reduce agriculture´s contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. GIZ and the European Commission requested to conduct a country level version of the study that integrates resilience and healthy diets for Ethiopia, Malawi and Nigeria. Carin Smaller together with her colleague Kulthoum Motsumi will present the main lessons learned from this study, suggesting how different levels can strengthen their efforts to eradicate Hunger. 

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