Measuring mango and pineapple fields in Tamale and Cape Coast

A report for measurement series in Ghana. Participants: The Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), DexAfrica (DEX), University for Development Studies (UDS), University of Cape Coast (UCC). Authors: Marius Hobart and Eugene Anin-Adjei In March 2022, a scientific exchange between Ghanaian and German partners took place in the project Sustainable intensification for Northern and Western Africa (SustInAfrica). This was linked to a measurement campaign in Tamale and Cape …

SustInAfrica starting with other related projects: European-African collaboration to tackle challenges of African food systems

Under the lead of two Finnish research institutes, Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, three new EU-funded projects have started to develop and implement solutions addressing the challenges African food systems are facing. The strong African-European collaboration aims to transform African food systems towards sustainable food production and enhance consumption of nutritious food. Global agri-food systems are facing numerous challenges. The global population is …