2 PhD positions in Climate Smart Agriculture in East Africa Programme at Wageningen University
Apply before 12 November 2018
The majority of people in East Africa who are dependent on agriculture for their livelihoods will experience an increased vulnerability due to climate variability and change.
The Climate Smart Agriculture, East Africa (CSA-EA) programme funded by the Dutch Government will promote climate smart agriculture (CSA) as a way to transform and reorient agricultural systems to the new realities of climate change. The proposed programme will use an inclusive business development approach for CSA in arable farming in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. It will thereby contribute to the availability of climate resilient and sustainably produced food for the growing population in East Africa.