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SoC and the F&BKP

The F&BKP collaborates with Seas of Change (SoC) on the theme Inclusive Business. The F&BKP supports various projects of SoC to deepen its work to stimulate the scaling of inclusive agri-food markets.

About SoC

Seas of Change is a long-term applied research, innovation and exchange program that helps businesses, governments and NGOs tackle operational challenges and share innovative practices. The program focuses on the question of “what works when scaling inclusive agri-food markets?”.
The Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation (CDI) and the Sustainable Food Lab (SFL) are stewarding the program.

For more information, please visit the Seas of Change website.

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