Agri-food systems that work for people and planet: challenges and opportunities from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda
Reports/papers (non-specific), 103 pages
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Published: May 2021
This report reviews the state of food and agricultural systems in East Africa with a ‘planet- and people-positive’ lens. It explores what is being done to transform systems to provide fair and decent livelihood opportunities for all, while maintaining or enhancing natural resources and ecosystems. It considers what more must be done to achieve these goals in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.
How to cite:
Adolph, B., Barrett, S., Guarín, A., Nicolini, G., Assefa, F., Tizazu, B., Fikreyesus, D., Nebsu, B., Mungoo, J., Kimani, A., Naramabuye, F., Sirikare, S., Natukunda, S. (2021). Agri-food systems that work for people and planet: challenges and opportunities from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.https://www.iied.org/20196g