NEW REPORT | Money Flows: what is holding back investment in agroecological research for Africa?

          

 

10 June, Brussels - The International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food), in collaboration with Biovision and the Institute of Development Studies, has released a new report - 'Money Flows: what is holding back investment in agroecological resarch for Africa?' - analysing the all-important financial flows in food system research that go to sub-Saharan Africa.

>>  Read the executive summary: English | Français| Deutsch Español

>>  Read the FULL REPORT

>>  Read our fact sheets: AgroecologyBill & Melinda Gates FoundationKenya Switzerland

For media enquiries, read the press release and contact: Mathieu Carey | mathieu.carey@ipes-food.org | +32 456 21 69 21

For views on the Money Flows report, financial flows and agroecology, read the quick Q&As with IPES-Food panel members. Melissa Leach of the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) says that after COVID-19, funding for agroecological innovation could play a vital role. Million Belay of the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) tells us why agroecology should be tied to the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement. And Biovision president Hans Herren gives us a deep dive into the 'Money Flows' report - why financial flows and why now?