3rd Annual Workshop on Israel, Sustainable Agriculture and the Developing World, July 13 2016

The Manna Center Program for Food Safety & Security and the Department of Public Policy at Tel Aviv University are pleased to announce the third annual workshop on “Israel, Sustainable Agriculture and the Developing World: Fulfilling the Technological Potential.” 

The workshop will take place in Tel Aviv University.

Drip irrigation - one of many Israeli agricultural technologies
Drip irrigation - one of many Israeli agricultural technologies

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together academic researchers, private companies, government and NGOs for an applied discussion about ways to fulfill the potential of Israeli technology and knowledge to contribute to global food security and sustainable agriculture, with an emphasis on smallholder farmers in developing countries.

If you wish to present your work and to develop collaborations for piloting, measuring and deepening its commercial, social and environmental impacts in the field, please register here. To attend, please RSVP here. The workshop will cover the domains of:

Water and Irrigation   |   Seeds   |   Fertilizers and Soils

Health and Nutrition   |  Extension and IT   |   Energy


The full program will be published shortly.

For additional details, please write to Dr. Ram Fishman (ramf@post.tau.ac.il)


Downloadable flyers are available here:



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