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Invitation to attend our Food Security and Analysis Course

 

Dear Colleagues,

Indepth Research Services welcomes you to attend our training courses on Food Security and Analysis Course scheduled to take place in Nairobi, Kenya and Kigali, Rwanda. This courses are intended for various actors National governments, UN partners and NGOs whose work informs the policies and programmes that WFP and its partners adopt in order to fight hunger in different circumstances. Employees in the Agriculture Extension (Agricultural extension officers, senior agricultural officials and policy makers) working with communities, funding agencies, Research organizations and non-government organizations among others for Food Security and livelihoods support activities and other Development programmes

Join us by registering for these scheduled training courses. These training courses will also give you an opportunity to meet and network with other Agriculture professionals’ and officials from NGOs, public and private organizations’ from across the World.

Click on the dates to view more details on the course and be able to register.

Food Security and Analysis Course
This course will expose the participants to several concepts in carrying out food security analysis

20th to 24th May 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

24th to 28th June 2019 1 Nairobi, Kenya

29th July to 2nd August 2019 1 Kigali, Rwanda

Below are other Agriculture courses we are offering:

Food Security Policies Formulation and Implementation Course

Community food security is the condition which exists when all of the members of a community have access in close proximity; to adequate amounts of nutritious, culturally appropriate food at all times, from sources that are environmentally sound and just. Food security policies are developed to nurture the development of a food secure state in which all of its citizens are hunger-free, healthy and benefit from the food systems that impact their lives. The policies also affirms the commitment to supporting sustainable food systems that provide people with high quality food, employment, and that also contribute to the long-term well-being of the environment.

27th to 31st May 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

17th to 21st June 2019 7 Nairobi, Kenya

26th to 30th August 2019 Kigali Rwanda

26th to 30th August 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

Small-Scale Livestock Development and Extension Techniques Course

Livestock make an important contribution to most economies. It produce food, provide security, enhance crop production, generate cash incomes for rural and urban populations, provide fuel and transport, and produce value added goods which can have multiplier effects and create a need for services. Furthermore, livestock diversify production and income, provide year-round employment, and spread risk. Livestock also form a major capital reserve of farming households. This training course is designed to provide a guideline to participants’ in small scale livestock production and management as a source of livelihoods.

20th to 24th May 2019 1 Nairobi, Kenya

19th to 23rd August 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

19th to 23rd August 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

18th to 22nd November 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

18th to 22nd November 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

Resilient Livelihoods Course

Disasters and food insecurity are directly interconnected. They interrupt agricultural production activities, market access, trade and food supply while reducing income and savings and eroding livelihoods. Drought, plant pests and diseases, animal diseases and food contamination have a direct economic impact; they reduce farm production adversely affect prices, trade and market access and by extension, contributing to reduced incomes and unemployment. Disasters create a poverty traps and increase the prevalence of food insecurity and malnutrition. Disaster risk reduction is about protecting people’s livelihoods from shocks, and strengthening their capacity to absorb the impact of, and recover from, disruptive events. It is a necessary a major ingredient of food and nutrition security. Disaster risk reduction creates a multiplier effect that accelerates the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal 1: the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger.

24th to 28th June 2019 Nairobi Kenya

24th to 28th June 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

23rd to 27th September 2019 Nairobi,

28th October to 1st November 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

Agricultural Value Chain Development and Market Linkages Course

A value chain describes the full range of activities that are required to bring a product or service from conception, through the intermediary phases of production and delivery to final consumers, and final disposal after use. In agriculture, it can be thought of as a set of processes and flows from the inputs to production to processing, marketing and to the final the consumer. This includes activities such as design, production, marketing, distribution and support services up to the final consumer.

20th to 24th May 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

27th to 31st May 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

24th to 28th June 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

Causes and Minimization of Post-Harvest Losses Course

Food loss and waste have many negative economic and environmental impacts. Economically, they represent a wasted investment that can reduce farmers’ incomes and increase consumers’ expenses. Environmentally, food loss and waste inflict a host of impacts, including unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions and inefficiently used water and land, which in turn can lead to diminished natural ecosystems and the services they provide.

24th to 28th June 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

22nd to 26th July 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

16th to 20th September 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

21st to 25th October 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

2nd to 6th December 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

Integrated Soil Health and Fertility Management

Given the escalating population growth, intensified cropping, widespread land degradation and shrinking agricultural land, sustaining agricultural production through improved soil management is critical to the issue of food security and poverty alleviation in developing countries.

22nd to 26th July 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

29th July to 2nd August 2019 Kigali Rwanda

28th October to 1st November 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

21st to 25th October 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

GIS and Remote Sensing for Agriculture Resource Management Course

For optimum utilization of available agricultural land resources on a sustainable basis, timely and reliable information regarding their nature, extent and spatial distribution along with their potential and limitations is very important.

20th to 31st May 2019 Nairobi, Kenya

29th to 2nd August 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

22nd July to 2nd August 2019 Mombasa, Kenya

28th October to 1st November 2019 Kigali, Rwanda

View Our Catalogue of Agriculture, Rural Development, Food Security and Livelihood Courses.
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Indepth Research Services .

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