The seminar on organic farming (ITCOA) could also take place last year. We asked the participant Dendry Hellen Oswago (age 22) a few questions about the ITCOA seminar, which the young woman gladly answered.
It was another hard year for the participants of the Biovision project “Bees for Young Entrepreneurs” in Dehana, Ethiopia. But those responsible on the ground have managed to keep the successful project on track.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how vulnerable our food supply chains are. In the medium term, however, a changing climate, together with dramatic biodiversity loss, is the much bigger challenge.
Carole Küng, co-director of the "SDSN", calls for increased Swiss commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Diversity - from field to fork - enhances food security and livelihoods in Africa. This was impressively demonstrated in our Symposium with guests and examples from Kenya and Tanzania. Watch the recording now.
What is happening in Switzerland to change course for a just and sustainable food system? Interview with Biovision experts Carole Küng and Daniel Langmeier.
In Kenya the community of enthusiasts striving towards regenerative farming is rapidly increasing, especially in urban and peri-urban areas. The ShambaJijini Online Summit is supported by Biovision and brings together Kenyan pioneers to share knowledge, experience and personal stories.
Vihiga, Kenya: researchers and farmers have established a community seedbank to cultivate traditional crops that can improve both health and livelihoods.
"The global forum has wasted the chance to consider real alternatives to our corporate-led, environmentally harmful ways of producing what we eat."
Malnutrition, biodiversity crisis, climate change: we urgently need to rethink our food system. Here’s how we can bring about its transformation.
In southwestern Ethiopia, rural households are struggling with soil degradation and crop failures. Working together, they are taking measures to limit soil erosion and also to diversify their sources of income, in order to protect themselves from crises.
The Zurich start-up Five Good Goods only sells products that the producers really earn money from – and stands for fair working conditions and prices.
Sustainably transforming food systems through agroecology was officially recognized by key actors at the UN Food Systems Pre-Summit as one of the game changing solutions.
Join us for this interactive session on the 27th of July!