The National Library of Agri-food

The National Library of Agri-food

The UK agri-food landscape is fragmented. Following the break-up of dedicated extension departments, a diverse landscape of institutions supporting farmers and associated organisations in the supply chain has emerged. Following Brexit and in context of global...
Delivering Agricultural Training over Radio

Delivering Agricultural Training over Radio

While at AgriTechTalk Africa, our team successfully applied for funding to USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA). We co-designed a project delivering farming advice in audio form.                 In many rural areas,...
Delivering PET-training in Uganda

Delivering PET-training in Uganda

In 2017, I delivered Pictorial Evaluation Tool (PET) training together with Luca Innocente. The training involved the visual assessment of crop and livestock health. Visual assessment enables farmers to know the overall condition of their crop and herds without...
Pictorial Evaluation in Palestine

Pictorial Evaluation in Palestine

In 2014, I was assistant on a Pictorial Evaluation Tool (PET) course for farmers in the West Bank. The training was led by AgriTechTalk International, a small community interest company founded by Dr. Ian Robinson. The local FAO office co-organised the training....
Women’s movements in Bolivia

Women’s movements in Bolivia

This project analysed how grassroots actors use the terms “food security” and “food sovereignty” in Bolivia, when Evo Morales was in power. What common ground existed between policies that seek to advance conventional food security and those...