Here is a million dollar question: How to solve issues in agrifood markets and achieve food security?
After 15 hours of flights from Adelaide, I arrived at 6 o’clock in the morning at the Los Angeles International Airport. The immigration queuing line was surprisingly quite short. “Next!” said the immigration officer, firmly but nicely. She asked me politely ‘”What is the purpose of your trip?”. I said “I am going to attend […]
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Meeting partners and measuring diet quality in Vietnam
Our PhD student Christian Genova recently visited Vietnam as part of his PhD project on smallholder vegetable farming in north-western Vietnam. We’re delighted to share his story. (Warning: a great quote at the end of the story especially for research students and researchers who work on a collaborative project 🙂 Thank you Christian for […]
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New University of Adelaide project building rural women’s livelihoods in Vietnam
A new $2.2 million project designed to enhance the profitability and sustainability of women farmers and ethnic minorities engaged in horticultural value chains in North-West Vietnam recently commenced. The project was launched by the Hon Julie Bishop, Minister for Foreign Affairs in Hanoi on the 19th February. The project is led by the University of […]
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