Corinne Lamain

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Company / Organization / University

NWO-WOTRO Science for Global Development

Role / Title

Policy officer

Bio / Specialization

Corinne Lamain is a policy officer at NWO-WOTRO Science for Global Development, where she is involved in the Food & Business Research programme. She is the academic secretary of the Food & Business Global Challenges Programme. Furthermore, she is coordinator of the DFID-funded research programme Conflict and Cooperation in the Management of Climate Change (CCMCC). Corinne is also a PhD-researcher, focusing on the central theme of the CCMCC programme and she holds an MSc in International Development Studies.


Learning about food system functioning for Food and Nutrition Security through exchange

“The many components of food systems may create trade-offs in the short and the long term, such as affordability of food versus nutritional value.” This was one of the conclusions about working through a Food System Perspective in research for Food and Nutrition Security. Eight consortia of projects funded in the third call of the Food & Business Global Challenges Programme (GCP-3) gathered in Accra, Ghana, for their midterm meeting.  »

Joint learning with a focus on smallholders: a custom-made process

In the end of 2016, the five NWO-WOTRO projects funded within the first call of the Global Challenges Programma (GCP-1) of the Food and Business Research Programme were at their midterm stage. »

First observations and lessons on co-creation and research uptake for impact

In the context of the GCP-1 midterm review, this article provides an insight into some NWO-WOTRO and F&BKP lessons on transdisciplinary collaboration. »

The relevance of longer-term research

Longer-term research has as much, but complementary, relevance for the objective of food security as shorter-term research. The research funded through the Food & Business Global Challenges Programme (GCP) may last four to five years. This allows for methodologies that require time to lead to results, such as in-depth studies, iterative research approaches and more »