International Summer School in Food Security and Climate Change

International Summer School in Food Security and Climate Change

Organized by University of Pavia, Himalayan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (HICAST), and International School of Advance Studies (ISAS).

26-30 June 2010 | Kathmandu, Nepal

The International Summer School in Food Security and Climate Change “FSCC" is an intensive course taught in English and designed for university students, researchers and members of governmental and non-governmental organizations that wish to have in-depth learning in the food security and climate change.
Key aspects of the Course:
-Introduction and analysis of food security, hunger, malnutrition and climate
-Definition of vulnerable groups and community food insecurity issues
-Policies, programmes and approaches  for food security in the global
environment and with specific reference to Nepal.
-Living of experience of the agencies working in food security and climate
change issues. 
-Case studies 

Deadline for applications is May 31.
For more information, get in touch with the Secretariat for the Summer School, at the ISAS Office in Kathmandu, Nepal, E-mail:


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