Prof. Adipala Ekwamu joined several delegates in Vienna for the agrinatura Science Days early this year.  The agrinatura Science Days brought together researchers and practitioners concerned with family farming, food security and transformative change in a single forum.

The science days, hosted by the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, offered a unique opportunity for dialoguing, learning, networking and exploring new research and higher education partnerships. Results of the Science Days contribute to the agrinatura strategy and support the International Year of Family Farming.

This short video profiles Michael Hauser, Paul Kibwika, Judith Francis and Prof. Adipala Ekwamu on their thoughts about what type of agriculture and food systems we wish to see in 2030. We hope you find this video informative.


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