Have you ever wondered what grassroots development programs look like? Well, let’s feed your curiosity with some insights from Tropentag 2022. Peter Sprang, from the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) shared some interesting facts on this through his poster presentation on Climate-Smart Villages (CSVs) in Laos.
The final plenary session of the Tropentag Conference 2022 would take place in the Aula Ceremony Hall of the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CZU). Three keynote speeches were prepared to conclude this 3-day event, focused on answering the question: can agroecological farming feed the world?
Tropentag brings students, scientists, extension workers, decision-makers, and politicians interested and engaged in agricultural research and rural development in transitioning and developing countries together every year. Can agroecological farming feed the world? Farmers’ and academia’s
After an impressing plenary session, the Student Reporters prepared a short film to review the last three days of the Tropentag conference, which showed the atmosphere of the conference and excerpts of interviews made. When
After some technical issues, Maja Clausen from the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture of Germany (BMEL) introduced us to the work of the BMEL and told us about their long term cooperation with FAO
Ever thought of altering your coffee morning routine on how you brew your morning coffee? Well, research on how you brew your coffee tells a story of caffeine content. A researcher at Czech University of
In the middle of several amazing posters, one poster really caught my eye and it was presented by Wyclife Agumba Oluoch where he focused on the threats and management options of wild edible plants in
The launch of the second edition of the Perspectives on Pastoralism Film Festival took place within the Tropentag Conference 2022. The 2-day event seeks to deepen the understanding of how rangelands and pastoralists contribute to
As a part of the Tropentag 2022 conference, today RKU centre of Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CZU) hosted an extraordinary session entitled “Agricultural adaption in the face of climate change”. Five presenters gave
“There have been increased cases of triple burden of malnutrition which has heightened the food security situation in many developing countries, especially, in sub-Saharan Africa”, opined Mwanga Ronald, one of the presenters in the “Pathways