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Trans-SEC

Title
Innovating Strategies to safeguard Food Security using Technology and Knowledge Transfer: A people-centred Approach
Duration
May 2013 until June 2018
Budget
307.599 € funded by BMBF, PTJ: BioEconomy 2030, Securing the Global Food Supply – GlobE
Contact
Christoph Müller
Description

Trans-SEC over a period of five years pursues five central objectives to effectively enhance the Tanzanian food security situation. They correspond to specific project outcomes: 1) establishment of a sustainable multidisciplinary German-African R&D&I network; 2) in-depth analysis of the present Tanzanian food systems, their failures and advantages; 3) identification of successful innovations and/or upgrading strategies along the food value chain for increasing food security; 4) testing the implementation feasibility of upgrading strategies among food value chain components under sitespecific conditions through action research; 5) determining the explanatory power and transferability of the Trans-SEC results to other areas in Tanzania

Homepage
http://project2.zalf.de/trans-sec/public/