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Documentary: Towards a #ZeroHunger future with Africa’s forgotten treasures

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The growth of the world’s population from seven to nine billion by 2050 and the devastating effects of climate change increase the risks in global food production. Our SASS (sustainable agrifood systems strategies) project aims to contribute to creating sustainable food systems with people, profit and planet at the heart by highlighting the benefits of indigenous vegetables and crops. ECDPM’s Philipp Sanderhoff went to Naivasha, Kenya to give you an insight into our work and our upcoming publications.

Learn more about our SASS project and its publications here.

Sustainable food systemsAgricultureClimate-smart agricultureAfricaKenyaTanzania