A sustainable agriculture is one which depletes neither the people nor the land.  Wendell Berry 

Project team

Education and Training for Sustainable Agriculture and Nutrition in East Africa (EaTSANE) is an international research project that brings together multidisciplinary stakeholders to make farming practices more sustainable and improve diets of households in Kenya and Uganda by diversifying the food system with a participatory action learning approach.

The EaTSANE project, implemented from 2018 until 2021, is part of the LEAP Agri Program and builds on the findings of the HealthyLAND project. Bringing together European and African research partners combines excellent international research, while assuring that outcomes become accessible to local and international decision-makers.

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Impressions from the field

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EaTSANE on

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