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Impact and Outcomes

Ngairo and his dairy cow Mze, Mbeya region, Tanzania. Photo credit: Jeda Palmer.

Our research aims to solve societal problems to assist to create a world where humanity and the environment can thrive.

We strive to achieve real impact in the diverse agricultural communities and environments in which we work. This means that we want to see our research used to drive the global agenda to adapt food systems to global change and make diets healthier, make agricultural systems more sustainable, and improve productivity and profitability of smallholder farms.

We plan impact pathways for our projects and activities, by identifying how project outputs can feed into desired outcomes and have far reaching impact.

See below for examples of how our work has resulted in changes or benefits to the economy, society and environment.