DITSL is recruiting a highly motivated young scientist to conduct a PhD study in the framework of the international collaborative project NaviNut: “Enhancing women’s agency in navigating changing food environments to improve child nutrition in African drylands”.

The project is designed as transdisciplinary research project in which knowledge co-creation between different disciplines and societal stakeholders is core. It is conducted by a network of partners in Benin, Kenya and Germany and led by the German Institute of Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture (DITSL). The project will likely receive funding by BMEL as from 1 October 2020.

For more information you can finde the complete announcement here.