In this category you will find all information with regard to (1) the partner projects of the GlobE program, (2) other projects in the frame of food security, climate change and bioenergy, (3) exchange initiatives and external partners, who were linked to Trans-SEC as well as (4) other initiatives such as links to small and medium sizes enterprises (SMEs) and alliances with non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

Hortinlea and Trans-SEC cooperation

Within the frame of Hortinlea a SLE-study has been conducted and a strong cooperation was set up.  » more

EU Commission

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The Europa Viadriana Uni

A Memorandum of Understanding was completed between the Institute for Conflict Management (IKM) at European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) and the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF e.V.) in order to formalise bilateral cooperation, which focuses on the research on "Development and implementation of a conflict prevention...  » more

SLE

The Centre for Rural development (SLE) was involved in Trans-SEC as a partner of the Humboldt University of Berlin. SLE researchers conducted studies analysing the food security relevant innovation systems in Tanzania. Using SLE approaches and tools the researchers conducted a baseline and an impact study at different levels before and after implementing...  » more

Wami/Ruvu Basin Water Office

Provides water related data  » more

Partner Projects

Securing the global food supply is a central aim of the National Research Strategy BioEconomy 2030. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research launched the funding initiative "Securing the Global Food Supply" (GlobE) to support the global development of sustainable, high-output agriculture. The available links of the partner projects you will find...  » more