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A Kenyan-German live dialogue

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An Online-Workshop series on farm, food and climate

Challenges of our time are globally interconnected – so are the solutions. Let us start on the grassroot level by having a Kenyan-German dialogue on farming, food and the climate. Our 4-session Online-Workshop unites East-African small-scale farmers with German consumers, Gilgil seed savers with Berlin environmental activists.

Invitation: Kenyan-German farm, food & climate exchange

Exchange 1:
Climate change = farming change?

Wednesday, 2nd December
1:00 – 2:30 pm

Global climate change affects us all – how? That differs from country to country. Farming experts in Kenya and Germany show us around on their farms, giving examples of how climate change affects their daily lives. We all have a role to play in preserving our planet – either through production or our consumption choices.

Further information & speakers

Exchange 2:
Insects for Christmas

Wednesday, 16th December
1:00 – 2:30 pm

In Western Kenya, insects have been part of the diet for generations. In Germany it is rather rare to eat ants and worms. How does the nutrition of our future look like? Richard Opete from Kenya and Nicole Sartirani from Berlin will introduce their personal way of insect farming and consumption. We are also going to see undervalued foods like pumpkin leaves. Are there more unused crops or ingredients which we could easily add to our meals?

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Further dates will be announced here!