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F&BKP special GCP #01

GCP-1 midterm progress newsletter
Newsletter Global Challenges Programme GCP-1 midterm progress
March 15, 2017 By: F&BKP Office Image: F&BKP Office
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The Food & Business Knowledge Platform (F&BKP), together with NWO-WOTRO, has published a special edition of the F&BKP newsletter, fully dedicated to the research projects funded within the first call of the Global Challenges Programme (GCP-1).

GCP research is carried out in consortia consisting of Southern and Northern scientific and other partners. The projects have a duration of four to five years and are aimed at enhancing the understanding of food and nutrition security in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. The five projects funded within the first GCP call (GCP-1) started in 2014 and now have interesting midterm results on food chain efficiency and inclusive sustainable increase of quality food.

In the newsletter various factsheets, articles and knowledge items illustrate how these GCP-1 projects work on different continents on a range of themes via co-creation and research uptake, engaging smallholders and other stakeholders throughout their research execution.

On the F&BKP website, you can find all details of the GCP-1 project on the various Research Projects pages.

Please follow this link to the complete GCP-1 midterm progress newsletter and enjoy the read! Feel free to share your questions and suggestions with us via our , Twitter or Facebook or with the projects directly.

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