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Record number 424355
Title Going for gold in innovation partnerships responsive to food insecurity in Africa : The role of knowledge institutes - Volume 1: Context study
Author(s) Wigboldus, S.A.; Lee, J. van der
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - 118
Department(s) Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation

Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) kennis - onderwijs - innovaties - onderwijsinstellingen - voedselzekerheid - landbouwontwikkeling - capaciteitsopbouw - vennootschappen - afrika - knowledge - education - innovations - educational institutions - food security - agricultural development - capacity building - partnerships - africa
Categories Agricultural Knowledge Systems
Abstract The Dutch ‘gouden driehoek’ (golden triangle) refers to successful partnership in agricultural development between government, sector and knowledge institutes. This has been key in securing food & nutrition in the Netherlands. Could this model be applied to African conditions and be the basis for similar success in relation to food & nutrition security? This report is part of the documentation of an exploration in relation to this question. It explores the global context of agriculture and food systems as well as current and anticipated challenges that these systems will be facing in the future
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