On 12 September, ECDPM will organise a workshop with key stakeholders in Nairobi to discuss the findings of the first report for our Sustainable Agrifood Systems Strategies (SASS) project.
The report brings together our work in Kenya over the last year and a half, presents the preliminary conclusions from our multi-disciplinary research and dialogue activities and details the current performance of the southern Nakuru food system. It aims to explore governance analysis regarding the bottlenecks and drivers along the diversification pathway and proposes pathways to solutions for improving social, environmental, and economic sustainability through a better integration of indigenous vegetables value chains in local food systems.
During the workshop possible pathways to diversification will be discussed.
ECDPM’s Francesco Rampa and Koen Dekeyser will facilitate this event.