August 27, 2020 Shaher Abdulateef

Agricultural knowledge from academy to
farming communities: The role of higher
education in enhancing food security in Syria

Abdullateef, S., Almashhour, E., Alabboud, A., Saleh, B. M., Albayoush, A., Assaf, M. and Adam-Bradford, A.

Abstract

The dynamics of the Syrian conflict present a complex set of challenges that led to considering more than 10.5 million people food insecure and in need of urgent agricultural and livelihood assistance. This article investigates the role of higher education (HE) in food security. It considers how universities, graduates, and appropriate curriculum and research engagement can address challenges and provide innovative
solutions in Syria.

 

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To cite this article:

Abdullateef, S., Almashhour, E., Alabboud, A., Saleh, B. M., Albayoush, A., Assaf, M. and Adam-Bradford, A. (2020) Agricultural knowledge
from academy to farming communities: The role of higher education in enhancing food security in Syria, Education and Conflict Review, 3, 67–76.

Shaher Abdulateef

Biotechnology, Hydroponics, Food Security Expert, Founder and researcher at ACDP
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