ValueSeC - Results Factsheet

A total of 111 graduate students and 18 teaching staff have developed skills in problem-based learning and interdisciplinary research in the context of climate change adaptation and food value chains. Six  existing curricula have been revised and have successfully completed the approval process at university level in Kenya and Ethiopia. The new techniques of problem-based learning and interdisciplinary research have been integrated into the methods utilised by researchers at the partner HEIs.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Project: 
Value Chain Development for Food Security in the Context of Climate Change- A contribution through strengthening capacity in higher education in Eastern Africa
Conference: 
Location: 
Ethiopia
Sector: 
Agriculture and food security