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Rural development

Rural development is the process of improving the quality of life and economic well-being of people living in relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas.


There are 150 pages tagged with Rural development:

Ruralities and Regions in Transition

Ruralities and Regions in Transition – A conference for Rural and Regional Researchers in Sweden anna-maria.wremp@slu.se The Division of Rural Development (SLU) and Nordregio gather scholars from

Livestock café establishment

The concept of a livestock café is an excellent and novel way of engaging with farmers and local communities through a participatory approach of having field experiments. Livestock cafés as locally

LAG Higher Seminars

Understanding Rural Afghanistan anni.hoffren@slu.se Division of Rural Development invites you to a seminar with Senior Research Fellow Adam Pain. Drawing from my recent review of Swedish Aid to

Agri4D 2021

Agri4D 2021 malin.planting@slu.se To progress towards sustainable and just food systems, Agri4D will bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners to engage actively with the

Site selection DT

Transformation towards the sustainable development goals in dry rangelands requires strong engagement with local stakeholders in transdisciplinary research. Here you can follow the team from one

Fredrik Fernqvist

Senior lecturer and researcher in horticultural economics and business administration. PhD in Horticultural Science, especially business administration. Research areas: Consumer research, special

SLU on the stage at the Global landscapes Forum Africa

Next week, on 2-3 June 2021, Global Landscape Forum (GLF) will host the first-ever digital conference focused entirely on Africa’s drylands and how integrative restoration practices can see them

Smallholder women face climate variability on unequal terms

Large rainfall variability is common in East Africa. Smallholder farmers are relying on rainfed agriculture. This makes them particularly affected by the variability and therefore they need to adapt

Locally adapted training and interventions to curb antimicrobial resistance

SLU is collaborating with Makerere University and the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries in Uganda, under the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock, to reduce antibiotic use in

Daniel Bergquist

Researcher in Landscape Architecture. Systems analysis and regenerative design Areas of interest  Systems theory and -analysis Regenerative design Sustainable (urban) development Circular food

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