Research stories

'Complete reset' needed to save African food systems
Globally Securing Food in an Insecure World - Opportunities and Challenges

Can Food Labels Improve the Food Systems in the World?

Rigorous monitoring is necessary to guide food system transformation in the countdown to the 2030 global goals

Enhancing the Glopan Food Systems Framework by Integrating Gender: Relevance for Women in African Agriculture


Lab-grown meat is supposed to be inevitable. The science tells a different story.

 

The UN Food Systems Summit Scientific Group released the Science Reader which features research by the Scientific Group and its global partners

 

Most farmers are men, most farmworkers are women- it's time we fixed that



The University of Pretoria is representing South Africa in the InnoFoodAfrica project


Dr Anja Buttstedt has joined the Social Insect Research Group

Thoughts for food: Rethinking what Africa puts on its plate

Climate change and poverty go hand in hand

Malawi study highlights the importance of men in childcare and nutrition

Africa is not broken: A tale of African innovation in food and well-being

Flocking: How sharing resources lays the foundation of African prosperity

Beating hunger: How aeroponics could provide the solution to feeding 10 billion people

Malawi study highlights the importance of men in childcare and nutrition

Breastfeeding is a father's responsibility

The Chameleon: Improving water use, food supply and incomes

How combining and fermenting grains can help nutrition in Africa?

USTAWI: Combating hidden hunger in Africa

University of Pretoria team shares reflections on influencing policy change

 

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